April 23, 2014 Celebration is in store! We are graduating! Let the fun begin! Thanks to the Campus Activities Board, S.T.A.T., the UI Alumni Association, and the UI Lecture Committee, an entire week is dedicated to us. Seniors, enjoy one of your last weeks on the UI campus with these exciting events to help... [more]
April 17, 2014 In 2009, the Black Student Union, Asian-American collision, and Indian-Student alliance came together to represent underrepresented minorities and created the event that helped embrace diversity at the University of Iowa. The Walk it Out: Multicultural Fashion Show represents over 20 multicultural student organizations at UI including the African Student Association,... [more]
April 15, 2014 In fall of 2012, University Counseling Service decided to find a way to get student input about their services. They have always placed high value on the student’s perspective, and because of this, they knew a student advisory board would help benefit them and the student body. [more]
April 10, 2014 Alexis Kuennen is a senior studying marketing at the Tippie College of Business. She initially joined the UI chapter of the American Marketing Association her sophomore year, and immediately fell in love with the environment and the energetic, fun people in the student organization. [more]
April 8, 2014 When the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center (CRWC) opened in 2010, it provided students another wellness facility, and that wasn’t the only benefit. The opening of the CRWC helped jump start new programs for UI students and community members. One of these programs is the Iowa Flyers Swim Club. [more]
The Fine Arts Council is a self-supporting, non-profit student organization whose members share an interest in promoting the arts at The University of Iowa. The mission of the Fine Arts Council is to provide support and to be available as a resource to University of Iowa artists. The council sponsors two local art shows per year, and the Rague Bendigeri Scholarship through the School of Art & Art History.
Ed on Campus is a college chapter of Ed2010, a group that brings together magazine journalists who are looking to score their dream job in magazines and publishing. The UI's chapter focuses on exposing our members to the magazine industry through meetings with professional editors, designers and writers. We also strive to help our members find and obtain magazine internships and jobs.