Founded in 1875 as Indiana Normal School, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. We are listed among the Best Northeastern Colleges in Princeton Review’s Best Colleges guidebook and among the Best Colleges by the US News and World Report. With a vision of having active scholars, we let our students become involved in a productively dynamic surrounding and become future leaders serving the world in a skillful way. To more than 13,700 enrolled students, we are offering nearly 200 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs, such as Associate of Arts in General Studies, Master of Arts in Applied Archaeology, Doctor of Philosophy in Criminology, and more. For our learners’ convenience, we provide in-campus housing, dining services, and bus schedules for commuters. Aside from our main campus in Indiana, we also have schools in Punxsutawney, Northpointe, and Monroeville.