Indiana University of Pennsylvania Student Login
This site is also know as IUP D2L.
Are you a student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania?
Do you need access to the site for online learing.
Do you need to log in for
- collaborative learning tools
- activity-based learning
- interaction with materials that encourage critical reflection.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania Student Login
- You will need to go to https://webso.iup.edu/idp/profile/SAML2/Redirect/SSO?execution=e1s1
- Then you will be required to enter you
- Then your
- Finally click Login.
- Please beware “Unauthorized Uses and Access Are Prohibited!”
Simple and easy tips for any website which requires a login and password.
- Always keep your username and password safe this might sound like common sense, but a lot of people leave it lying about.
- Always log out of the site especially if you are suing a shared computer.
- Use different passwords for different sites. This way if you do get compromised it will just be for that one site.
- If you are using one email to login never use the same password for the email as the site, you will be using. That was they will have total control over your email.
- Do not use your birthday or partners name or pets name.
- Always try and add a number or special symbol such as $ or *.
- Remember the harder you make it the less chance you have of getting hacked.
- If the site used 2 factor authentication use it. This normally means a code will be sent to your cell phone to make sure it’s you.
- Be safe.
About Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Founded in 1875, IUP is a vibrant, comprehensive, research-based, teaching-focused, student-centered learning community.
IUP combines the academic opportunities of a large university with the highly personalized and intimate learning-centered environment of a small college.
Nearly 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled in our accredited and nationally recognized programs, enjoying traditional and nontraditional classroom experiences, engaging in research and service activities with their faculty mentors, becoming lifelong learners, preparing for rewarding careers and productive lives, and developing leadership skills for effective citizenship.
IUP makes significant contributions to the economic and cultural strength of the region, the commonwealth, and the nation through education, scholarship, and service.
IUP has been ranked nationally as a “Best for Vets” university by Military Times.
Our community service earns national recognition, having been chosen for the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
IUP has been nationally ranked among socially responsible schools by Washington Monthly.
IUP is consistently ranked among the best institutions in the region for quality and cost.
IUP is one of the top 100 public universities in the United States, as selected by US News and World Report.
IUP is one of the top public four-year schools in Pennsylvania for return on investment, as chosen by Affordable Colleges Online.
IUP is accredited by the Middle States Association Commission on Higher Education. IUP has received consecutive reaffirmations of accreditation since 1941.
Located in the heart of Indiana, Pennsylvania, IUP’s main campus has grown from 12 acres and one building in 1875, to 354 acres and 65 major buildings. The IUP Student Cooperative Association not only owns and operates the Hadley complex adjacent to the main campus but also owns and maintains a 280-acre outdoor recreational park a short distance away.
Affiliate campuses are located in Punxsutawney, Northpointe (Armstrong County), and Pittsburgh East (Monroeville).
The nationally recognized IUP Academy of Culinary Arts is in Punxsutawney.
IUP also offers courses through the State System’s Dixon Center in Harrisburg and through distance education.
The IUP Libraries consists of the Stapleton/Stabley building, the Orendorff Music Library, the Punxsutawney Regional Library, and the Northpointe Regional Library. The Stapleton/Stabley building, which serves as the central university library, houses the main book and periodical collections, technical and public services, special collections and archives, as well as media resources and services. All libraries and all services are an integral part of IUP Libraries, a system whose resources are linked by means of an automated union catalog.
Enrollment and Students
In fall 2018, there were 11,325 students:
- 9,215 undergraduates
- 2,110 graduate students
- 58 percent female, 42 percent male
- 2,466 (20 percent) minority
- 711 (6 percent) international
IUP students are bright, inquisitive, and accomplished
IUP students have won 17 elite Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships.
IUP students have won 12 prestigious Freeman-Asia study abroad awards.
IUP has had the No. 1 ROTC cadet in the nation.
Eight IUP students have been named Barry M. Goldwater Scholars since 2003.
Since 1996, 16 students have won Fulbright awards for international study.
IUP students enjoy a 16:1 student/faculty ratio. Nearly all classes are taught by faculty members, as opposed to graduate assistants.
Four faculty have been included in a list of the 300 highest rated by students in the US (Princeton Review.)
Faculty have won more than 60 Fulbright scholarships, allowing them to study and research in more than a score of countries.
Faculty research has been sponsored by institutions such as the National Science Foundation, NASA, the American Chemical Society, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the US Department of Education.
Not only does IUP offer an abundance of undergraduate and master’s programs, but it is the only university in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to offer Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Degrees are offered from the broader, more traditional (philosophy, anthropology) to the career specific (safety sciences, respiratory therapy). IUP boasts:
More than 140 undergraduate degree programs, combining rigorous classroom work with numerous internship, education abroad, research, and other experiential learning opportunities.
- A nationally renowned honors program, the Cook Honors College.
- 55 master’s programs
- 14 doctoral programs
Students benefit from the leadership, professional, service, and social opportunities offered by more than 250 exciting student organizations, including 32 fraternities and sororities.
IUP has been ranked sixth in student clubs and activities among colleges in the mid-Atlantic region by College Insider.
Find out more about student life at IUP.
IUP competes in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference and is an NCAA Division II member.
Seven varsity sports for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, swimming, and track and field) and 10 for women (basketball, cross country, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field and volleyball).
Scholarships are available for all varsity sports.
IUP students also get involved in a variety of club and intramural sports.
Find out more about athletics at IUP.
Our colors are crimson and gray.
IUP keeps tuition costs competitive using the per-credit tuition model. Find out an estimate of the 2018-19 tuition costs with our Cost Estimator.
IUP disburses substantial financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, work-study programs, and low-interest loans. In 2016–17:
- 11,522 students received financial aid.
- 4,719 received scholarship money specifically from IUP totaling more than $7 million.