Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs promotes and enhances student success and personal development by collaboratively and strategically creating and leading programs and services, which advocate for and respond to the broad spectrum of student needs, interests, and aspirations.

The Pathfinder

The Pathfinder is IUP’s newest email newsletter for students that highlights events, academic tips, student organizations, health and wellness advice, and additional information about student life at IUP.


Dr. Thomas Segar

Thomas Segar, Vice President for Student Affairs

Food Pantry

The IUP Food Pantry and Help center will be closed from May 7 to August 16.

Student Support

Part of achieving success as a student is knowing when to ask for help.

Crimson Snapshot

Find the latest facts and figures on IUP’s costs, most popular majors, enrollment, academics, and more.

Personnel, Programs, and Services

Division of Student Affairs Offices at IUP

Student Affairs Strategic Planning and Assessment

The Student Affairs Division maintains four overarching keystones which reflect the mission and vision of the department, and which help to characterize and advance the holistic and inclusive nature of co-curricular learning at IUP.

About Student Affairs

Within IUP’s Student Affairs Division are faculty, staff, and student paraprofessionals who are dedicated to promoting the success of IUP students on all levels—academically and personally.


Men’s Rugby Wins National Championship

Over Memorial Day weekend, the IUP Men’s Rugby team traveled to New Orleans for the 2022 May Madness Rugby 7s National Championship matches, the largest US Collegiate Rugby Tournament. The IUP Men’s Rugby team went 6-0 and paved their way to the program’s first-ever national championship.

Summer Food Drive Now Accepting Items

The IUP Food Pantry and Help Center is holding a campus-wide food drive from Monday, June 6, through Friday, July 1, to help restock its shelves in preparation for the fall semester.

Recruitment Begins for IUP Guides

Student Support and Engagement is proud to begin recruiting efforts for its Guide program for the 2022–23 school year. Guides will function as support and contact points between students and campus and community resources. Each Guide will be assigned a group of incoming students who they will “follow” through their first year at IUP.

Support Students at Late Night Pancake Event, May 2

On Monday, May 2, starting at 10:30 p.m. the Division of Student Affairs will host our end-of-semester Late Night Pancake meal in North Dining Hall. All students are welcome, whether or not they have a meal plan. The event is free of charge. 

IUP Town Hall for Students to be Held Monday, April 18

IUP President Michael Driscoll, members of IUP leadership, IUP professors, and student leaders will lead an open discussion on the topics that matter most to our students on April 18, 2022. The event will take place during the Crimson Common Hour from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Folger Student Center.