Does IUP require letters of recommendation?

How do I Request Letters of Recommendation in My IUP Graduate Application? Our admissions software allows you to request letters of recommendations online. Your letter of recommendation requirements and request form will only appear once you submit your application form and pay the application fee.

Does IUP require SAT?

You must take either the SAT or ACT to submit an application to IUP. More importantly, you need to do well to have a strong application.

How do I apply to IUP?

Now, take the steps you need to become a master’s, doctoral, or graduate certificate student at IUP.

  1. Create your admissions profile.
  2. Complete the online application in your profile.
  3. Pay the $50 application fee.
  4. Upload your additional application requirements.

What is the acceptance rate for IUP?

93% (2020)

How much is tuition at IUP?

In-state tuition 13,354 USD, Out-of-state tuition 19,107 USD (2019 – 20)

How far is IUP from Pittsburgh?

46.02 miles

Is it hard to get into IUP?

The acceptance rate at IUP is 93.2%. For every 100 applicants, 93 are admitted. This means the school is a nearly open admissions school. They accept nearly all students, so for the most part, you just need to submit an application to get in.

Does IUP give merit scholarships?

Scholarships are available through the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology. All scholarships are merit-based. Freshmen scholarship application is required. Application is a general form.

Is IUP rolling admission?

Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2020-2021 Admissions: Acceptance Rate, Requirements, Deadlines, Application Process. The admissions are offered to international undergraduates and graduates during Fall and Spring semesters. The institute reviews applications on a rolling basis throughout the year.

How many students go to IUP?

12,316 (2017)

Where do I send my transcript to IUP?

Please send all transcripts to:

  • Admissions Office.
  • Sutton Hall, Suite 120. 1011 South Drive.
  • Phone:
  • Fax:
  • [email protected]

Is IUP a party school?

IUP is a “Party School”. The Honors College students are snobs. Party school.

What does IUP stand for?


Acronym Definition
IUP Indiana University Press (Bloomington, IN)
IUP Intrauterine Pregnancy
IUP Intrauterine Pressure
IUP Individual User Profile (various meanings)

How long does it take to hear back from IUP?

Once a student’s file is complete, applicants may be notified of our admission decision within two to three weeks. Sometimes decisions are rendered in as few as two to three days during non-peak times.

How much is a semester at IUP?

*Tuition and fees are based on 15 credits per semester….IUP Cost Estimate, 2020–21*

Pa. Resident Out-of-State Resident
Tuition $9,570 $13,890
Fees $3,559 $4,984
Housing† $8,300 $8,300
Meal Plan† $3,620 $3,620

How do I transfer credits to IUP?

Visit the Online Transfer Credit Equivalency System and determine which classes from the outside institution may transfer to IUP. Discuss your coursework plans with your academic advisor. Complete the electronic Application for Pre-Approval of Coursework.

Can freshman have cars at IUP?

Students are encouraged not to bring a vehicle to campus.

Does IUP have an application fee?

Complete the online application in your profile. Pay the $50 application fee. Heads-up: your additional required items, like your goal statement and letters of recommendation, only become visible once you pay the fee. Upload your additional application requirements.

What GPA do you need to get into IUP?

3.2 GPA

Is IUP test optional?

Your official high school transcripts and/or GED. We may be able to use this for your decision without test scores, so make sure you get it to us quickly. Your official SAT or ACT scores (optional). IUP SAT code: 2652; ACT code: 3704.

Does IUP require a college essay?

After you have completed the IUP Undergraduate Freshman application, you will need to submit the essay and short answer form online. We value the opportunity to learn about our applicants both in terms of their academic strengths and well as who they are as individuals.