Seven years in the making, a new homegrown student record system called MAUI (Made At the University of Iowa) manages vast amounts of data—everything from admissions and registration information to financial aid and billing. Story
The University of Iowa is among a growing number of colleges nationally that are trying to make summer school more viable. UI officials recently announced that this fall's freshman class will be able to take summer classes for free starting in 2014.
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The University of Iowa has become the nation's first public university to include optional questions about sexual orientation and gender identity on its admission application.
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Jake Christensen, a University of Iowa alumnus who was not comfortable coming out as a member of the LGBT community when he first came to campus, is helping other LGBT students feel supported to succeed on campus in his role as a UI senior admission counselor. Story
The UI has become the first public institution in the nation—and the second U.S. institution of higher education—to specifically include optional questions about students' sexual orientation and gender identity in their application for admission. Story
2012.09.05 | By University Communication and Marketing | 11:09 AM
Total enrollment at the University of Iowa has reached a record high this fall, with 31,498 students attending the university, including 21,999 undergraduates, 4,470 of which are first-year students. Story