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Remote Start, COVID Tests, Housing Update
Remote Start, COVID Tests, Housing Update
Spring to start with remote instruction; free, on-campus COVID-19 testing available to students; Housing office seeks students’ return plans; and more

Removing a US President

The events in Washington, DC, on January 6 have raised many questions related to the Constitution, impeachment, and free speech. Two faculty members in the Department of Political Science have begun tackling some of those questions. Today’s story is the first in the Constitution in Crisis series.
President Michael Driscoll offered condolences on the death of Gealy Wallwork and shared some of his many contributions during his 26 years as an IUP trustee.
IUP will begin spring classes on Tuesday via remote instruction. Classes previously scheduled for in-person delivery will begin in that format Monday, February 8. Students are encouraged to start their remote studies away from campus and the Indiana community.
IUP will use this $30,000 grant to expand the Green Dot bystander intervention program curriculum, specifically within the LGBTQIA community.
This exhibition features paintings that IUP professor emeritus Ned Wert created over more than 60 years as an artist, mentor, and educator.
Updated maps for the IUP main campus are available for download. Plan your routes accordingly.
To offer safe and efficient mail interactions, IUP Postal Services will continue to follow its current model. Students living on campus will use the main lobby entrance; department mail pickup and drop-off will take place through the back dock entrance. 
With the semester starting next week, President Michael Driscoll shared with students a video addressing the online start to classes, on-campus COVID-19 testing, and his thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
President Driscoll shared information about free, on-campus COVID-19 testing for students without symptoms. Preregistration is required.
While students are encouraged to begin their remote instruction away from campus and the Indiana community, campus housing and dining will be available starting Saturday. Students should contact the Housing office now about their plans.
The College of Health and Human Services welcomes its students to spring 2021 and shares a list of its programs, their delivery method, and the dates that transitions are expected to happen.
The Business Success Seminar course engages students early, providing them with active learning, peer interaction, career exploration, and campus engagement opportunities. Freshman business majors should take this class their first year.
Student Assistance Fund
Help those facing financial hardship stay in school
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