Because achieving and maintaining wellness is a process that is crucial to a successful college experience, our experts will explain the health-related programs and services that promote your child’s physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. Please register at Parents and Family Member Registration.
You’ll be provided information about our residential and dining facilities. In addition, we’ll explain more about the resources and services that promote the growth of our students through opportunities for engagement in an inclusive environment. Please register at Parents and Family Member Registration.
Learn how our students can earn credits towards their degree during Welcome Week by participating in Introduction to Higher Education (DVST 150) and Strategies for Success in Collegiate Mathematics (MATH 150). Students will experience college in an entirely different way while getting a head start on their academic career. Please register at Parent and Family Member Registration.
Our experts will provide information about federal, state, and institutional financial aid resources. They will also share tips and suggestions to help you navigate the financial aid application process as quickly and easily as possible. Please register at Parents and Family Member Registration.
Our experts from the Office of the Bursar will provide information about tuition, fees, bill payment options, and access to the IUP EasyPay System. Please register at Parents and Family Member Registration.
This program series opens the door for Black and Brown populations to have an opportunity to discuss and voice their concerns to the university and have meaningful dialogue about solutions.
Join MCSLE via Zoom.
Orientation is required for all incoming students, both freshman and transfer. Placement testing needs will be communicated approximately three days before your scheduled program and sent to your IUP email address.
Online Transfer Orientation will be approximately two hours in length.
Orientation is required for all incoming students, both freshman and transfer. During the orientation process, you’ll complete placement testing that will be used to determine your fall class schedule. Along the way, you’ll learn about campus services
available to you, and much more.
Learn more about Freshman Orientation.