Living on campus is designed just for you. You’ll find we’re constantly, creatively working to make your on-campus life amazing.
You’re right in the middle of it all—close to classes, dining, events, and more.
When you’re moving through a busy day, it really pays off. You can stop at your suite between classes or grab something to eat with your meal plan—it’s so convenient.
Craving your favorites? Ready to be more adventurous and try something new?
Take in the tempting variety of foods available to you—from college classics like pizza, burgers, and salads, to tempting new dishes you can't wait to try. You’ll find
we have vegan options, steak nights, and national brands like Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, and more.
You’ll find meeting new people and feeling at home comes easily here. Choose a Living-Learning Community based on your interests, and you've already got something
in common with the person next door. Take it a step further with Living-Learning Linked Communities that are set up so you’ll take a class or two together.
You can also choose one of our new Living-Learning Community Certificate Programs. You’ll do outings and take some classes with a group of students from your residence
hall community. Build lasting friendships while earning a certificate that makes you stand out. It’s just one more advantage you get from living on campus.
Current students and upperclassmen—follow the link below for information you’ll need that applies only to returning students.
At IUP, most freshmen are required to live on campus because
it gives you a smooth transition to college life. Some exceptions are made for first-year students.
Have any housing and dining questions? Call 724-357-2696 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com,
and we’ll be happy to help you!
The IUP website for on-campus housing is www.iup.edu/housing.
Other websites, including but not limited to iuphousing.com, iuprentals.com, and iupapartments.com, are not affiliated with IUP in any way and may represent off-campus housing in the Indiana area.
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