The University of Iowa is one of 68 schools in the country that has been selected as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School® for the class of 2021, thanks to the collaboration of the Recreational Services intramural sports program, the UI Special Olympics student organization, and Special Olympics Iowa.
Working with UH&D equips students with the experience and skills needed to be successful in their careers
For many students a job during college, is just that.
Previously housed in the basement of Burge Residence Hall, the office of Student Disability Services has moved to a new location as of fall 2021: 141 University Capitol Centre.
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Register for the MLK Human Rights Week Distinguished Lecture: Feranmi Okanlami, MD, MS, director of student accessibility and acco…
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University Capitol Centre
Attendees will meet with different black businesses in the Iowa City and surrounding area to gain information about their business…
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Campus Recreation and Wellness Center
Individuals can drop-in and participate at the CRWC. Shooters will get 30 seconds to score as many points as they can during that …
Student Engagement & Campus Programs
The Office of Student Engagement & Campus Programs provides students with opportunities to develop their interests, choose experiences that align with their goals, and enhance their education both in and outside of the classroomLearn More
University Counseling Service
The University Counseling Service (UCS) has an inter-disciplinary, multicultural staff of psychologists, social workers, graduate interns, practicum students, and administrative professionals. Each staff member has training and experience working specifically with college students.Learn More