The University of Iowa College of Education Teacher Education Program (TEP) has updated GPA recommendations to maintain consistency with other public institutions in the state of Iowa.
Students applying to the TEP will now be recommended to have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.50 or Read More ›
The University of Iowa welcomed a new vice president for student life this fall.
Melissa Shivers came to the UI after 20 years of experience serving students at the University of Tennessee, University of Georgia, Clemson University, and Georgia Southern University. She started in July Read More ›
The University of Iowa is announcing several changes to scholarships effective in fall 2018 and beyond.
The changes include the addition of a new Iowa resident scholarship, monetary adjustments for resident and non-resident scholarships, and updates to University of Iowa scholarship policy. Starting in fall 2018, the University of Iowa Office of Admissions Read More ›
Final deadline for accepting admission
Final deadline to apply for residence hall housing
Students receive residence hall housing assignments and move-in instructions
Application deadline for Transfer students
Residence hall move-in
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The University of Iowa is constantly growing, adapting, and changing to fit the needs of our students and of today’s world. This year, four new undergraduate majors have been added to our already over 200 areas of study.
Criminology, Law, and Justice
The University of Read More ›
This fall, the Office of Admissions welcomed Jennifer Timmons as our new Associate Director of Transfer Relations and Outreach. The position is a partnership between the Office of Admissions and the Division of Continuing Education, where Jennifer previously served as Director of Outreach, Partnerships and Read More ›
The University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) has approved a new General Education requirement in Diversity and Inclusion for students graduating with a baccalaureate degree from CLAS.
CLAS students entering the University of Iowa during the summer of 2017 and beyond Read More ›
A new tool adopted by the University of Iowa makes it easier for students to find and apply for scholarships across campus.
The Iowa Scholarship Portal is available to both incoming and current UI students, offering them the ability to easily search, review requirements, apply Read More ›
The University of Iowa has changed its scholarship policies and procedures to make it easier for students to find and understand total award amounts.
Applicable for incoming new first-year students
In an effort to simplify scholarship awards for students and their families, select merit based Read More ›
The University of Iowa has an exciting new tool, Transferology, which allows students and counselors to more fully explore how courses taken at another institution will transfer to the UI. After adding courses to Transferology, students will be able to see how courses apply Read More ›