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.

Student Affairs Weekly Digest

Each week, the Division of Student Affairs shares information from across the division, including departmental updates, achievements, publications, upcoming events, personnel recognition, and special announcements.

Student Weekly Events and Opportunities

Download this week's newsletter of events and opportunities for students across campus.

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 cocurricular 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.

News

Crimson Scholars Circle Students Brainstorm Organization Ideas

Every Thursday, you can find the Crimson Scholars Circle students in Elkin Hall’s Great Room, connecting with their peers and mentors, learning about new information, and working together to creatively problem solve. 

Student Affairs VP Facilitates Leadership Workshop for UMI Speaker Series

On Tuesday, September 28, UBORA Men of IUP (UMI) welcomes Thomas Segar, vice president for Student Affairs at IUP, as a guest speaker. Segar will present, “Learning to Lead Today for Tomorrow,” a part of the UMI Speaker Series.  All Black and Brown students who identify as male are invited and encouraged to attend this free event. 

IUP Homecoming Returns!

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s annual Homecoming celebration, October 1 through October 3, is expected to draw thousands to Indiana for alumni reunions and events for the entire community, including the annual parade and football game.

IUP Homecoming Crimson Court Selected by Students

Each year, students are chosen through a university-wide student vote to serve on the Crimson Court as representatives of their academic colleges. Traditionally, the court participates in the Homecoming parade, attends the Crimson Huddle alumni and friends event before the football game, and is honored on the field during halftime. They also are invited to participate in college-related activities by their respective deans.

The Black Experience at IUP: Improve It with Your Voice

Black students, faculty, and staff are invited to join a discussion with an IUP alumni committee that aims to improve the academic success and social experience of Black students at IUP. Kicking off Homecoming weekend, this Fireside Chat with the Black Experience Alumni Committee will be Thursday, September 30, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. in the Elkin Hall Great Room.

Events