Enrollment: 2 times per year
Financial Aid: Yes
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Indiana University of Pennsylvania was founded in1875, and nowadays, it is the University with a diverse, vibrant, research-based, and student-centered community comprising distinguished faculty members and more than fourteen thousand undergraduate and graduate students from across the nation and around the world.
The University offers more than 140 undergraduate degree programs and more than seventy graduate programs, including numerous doctoral programs. All are offered at a cost much less than state-related and private universities. Students enjoy a supportive learning environment that prepares them for meaningful careers as well as productive and meaningful lives of leadership, service, and distinction.
Distance Education at IUP consists of Web-based (on-line) undergraduate and graduate courses that enable students to participate in learning from any location with their computer and Internet access. Distance Education is for those who are unable to attend class on campus because of their work schedule, family responsibilities, travel time, or many other obstacles. Freedom to engage in course activities any time of the day or night offers students flexibility in their schedule.
Students may communicate with their professors, classmates, and advisor and may actively participate in learning and research. Assigned readings are found on designated Web pages, the library’s on-line journal articles, or textbooks, which are mailed to students.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania has the Financial Aid Office that offers financial aid information to all students attending IUP. The types of financial assistance offered by the Financial Aid Office include educational grants, loans, and student employment eligibility. Counseling on debt management and loan repayment options is also available.