Undergraduate Admissions - The University of Iowa

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New Transfer Student Profile

Who Else is at Iowa?
Total university enrollment includes more than 30,000 students from around the world, including:

Fall Semester 2014

More than 1,100 students transferred to the University of Iowa from other colleges or universities for the Fall Semester of 2014.

New Transfer Student Enrollment
College: Residents: Nonresidents:
Liberal Arts & Sciences 703 279
Nursing 53 4
Engineering 39 9
University College 35 9
Business 18 11
Medicine 12 0
Total: 1,172 860 312

University College is home to a wide range of programs, including the Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) degree program.

Men/Women

  • 599 men (51%)
  • 573 women (49%)
Minority Students
Race: Number (Percentage):
Hispanic/Latino(a) 72 (6%)
African American 37 (3%)
Asian American 34 (3%)
Two or more races 35 (3%)
Total 178 (15%)

International Students

78 students

  • 11 countries represented

Enrolled in Honors

  • 153 students (13%)

Colleges Represented

  • 44 in-state
  • 202 out-of-state
Top Feeder Schools
Iowa Number of Students:
Kirkwood Community College 300
Des Moines Area Community College 83
Eastern Iowa Community College 72
Iowa State University 35
Southeastern Community College 35
Iowa Central Community College 30
Indian Hills Community College 29
University of Northern Iowa 25
Western Iowa Tech Community College 21
Hawkeye Community College 20
Out of State Number of Students:
College of DuPage (Ill.) 26
Harper College (Ill.) 14
Black Hawk College (Ill.) 11
College of Lake County (Ill.) 11
Illinois Central College 8
INTI International College (Malaysia) 8
McHenry County College (Ill.) 8
Oakton Community College (Ill.) 8
Waubonsee Community College (Ill.) 6
DePaul University (Ill.) 5

 

Most Popular Areas of Study
Area of Study: Number of Students:
Business (Pre-) 190 (16%)
Psychology 64 (5%)
Nursing 57 (5%)
Open Major 53 (5%)
Biology 42 (4%)
Communication Studies 41 (3%)
English 39 (3%)

Transfer GPA and Credit Hours

  • Mean GPA of 3.03
  • Mean of 55 semester hours