- Student Organizations—There are nearly 600 student organizations on campus, including Campus Christian Fellowship, Hillel, and the Association of Muslims in America.
Areas of Study
Iowa offers more than 200 Areas of Study for undergraduates. These are some of the programs that focus on religion and philosophy.
Education & Advocacy
- Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity—This office serves to support and enhance the University's commitment to recruiting and retaining a diverse community of faculty, staff, and students.
The Iowa City/Coralville area hosts many places of worship, including facilities for Baptists, Catholics, Christians, Episcopalians, Jews, Lutherans, Mennonites, Muslims, and Presbyterians.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
If paying for your education is an issue, start your scholarship search with the UI Office of Student Financial Aid by finding out how to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This federal form collects the income-related data used by most colleges to determine your eligibility for scholarships (and grants and loans) based on your financial need.
- UI Scholarships—You can find details about many scholarships on our Admissions web site, but be sure to check other web sites for additional scholarship opportunities.