‘Transfer Educators’ Category

IMU Ground Floor Reopening Soon

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

The Iowa Memorial Union ground floor will reopen to students this summer for the first time since 2008, when historic flooding damaged the IMU and several other buildings on the University of Iowa campus. The IMU Flood Mitigation and Recovery Project is set to be completed in May, adding 83,000 square feet of space back … Read More

Important Dates to Remember

Monday, April 20th, 2015

May 1
Final deadline for accepting admission for Fall 2015

June 15
Final deadline to apply for residence hall housing for Fall 2015

June – July
First-year student Orientation  

August 19-20
Residence hall move-in

August 19-23
On Iowa!

August 24
Fall classes begin… Read More

Enterprise Leadership added to 2 Plus 2 Plan

Friday, April 17th, 2015

Enterprise Leadership, a major introduced this past year by the University of Iowa, will now be available as part of the 2 Plus 2 Guaranteed Graduation Plan.

The major is administered by the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Management Center in the Tippie College of Business, with the degree a Bachelor of Arts awarded by the College … Read More

Scholarship Changes Increase Support for Many Students

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Several scholarship changes affecting transfer and first-year University of Iowa students for summer 2015 and beyond will make paying for an education at Iowa even easier. The changes include monetary increases to three scholarships, increased eligibility for two scholarships, and the creation of a new award.

  • The Old Gold Scholarship has been increased from $3,000
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Introducing Brent Gage, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Brent Gage, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management

Greetings from the University of Iowa, my name is Brent Gage. On December 15, I began as the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, overseeing the UI’s efforts to recruit and enroll students. My previous experience at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, where I served as associate … Read More

Application open for Wilson Scholarship in Actuarial Science

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Scholarship applications are now open for the Charles E. and Eleanore G. Wilson Scholarship in Actuarial Science and Statistics.

This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving students majoring in actuarial science or statistics at the University of Iowa and covers up to the full cost of tuition and fees.

For a student to be considered … Read More

Summer-study scholarships for first-year students

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

A new scholarship available to first-year University of Iowa students starting this year aims to help students complete their undergraduate degrees in four years or less.

The Summer Hawk Tuition Grant will award Iowa residents a full-tuition scholarship for up to 12 semester hours of summer study. First-year, first-time students entering the university this summer … Read More

Hawkeye visit days for Spring 2013

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Registration for spring Hawkeye Visit Days will begin in mid December.

Monday, Feb. 18 (Presidents Day)
Friday, March 1*
Friday, March 29*
Friday, April 5*
Friday, April 12*

* Transfer DayRead More

Register now for fall Hawkeye Visit Days!

Friday, June 8th, 2012

The Admission Visitors Center is now accepting reservations for its upcoming Hawkeye Visit Days for fall 2012.

These campus visit programs typically attract hundreds of prospective students and their families for a full day of activities including a campus tour, lunch and tour of a residence hall, and opportunities to talk to current students and … Read More

UI offers online course for BSN candidates

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

The University of Iowa has a healthcare finance course available online specifically for transfer students who are planning to apply for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program for study beginning in spring 2013. Please share this course availability with community college students and colleagues who might find this information useful.

Questions … Read More