University of Iowa

The University of Iowa offers all of the opportunities and resources of a large research university, while putting a strong emphasis on the undergraduate student experience. As the first public university to enroll men and women on an equal basis, Iowa is proud of its history in providing a world-class education to students from all backgrounds.

Today, the University of Iowa offers nationally-ranked academic programs, strong pre-professional programs in the health sciences and law and access to world-renowned faculty. With an emphasis on small class sizes, students interact with faculty both inside and outside the classroom. Located in one of the top college towns in America, Iowa’s campus is undergoing a historic physical makeover with construction underway on a new residence hall, school of music, school of art and art history and Hancher Auditorium, Iowa’s world-renowned performing arts venue.

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General Information (2016-2017)


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Website: www.uiowa.edu
Admissions: admissions@uiowa.edu
Financial Aid: financial-aid@uiowa.edu
FAFSA Code: 001892
ACT Code:
1356
SAT Code:
6681

Enrollment: 23,357 undergraduate; 5,688 graduate; 1,799 professional Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: As soon as possible after October 1
Tuition & Fees: $8,325 Estimated Books & Supplies: $950
On-Campus Room & Board: $10,108 Minimum Admission Requirement: See website: http://admissions.uiowa.edu/academics/first-year-admission.
Types of Programs: Liberal Arts & Sciences, Engineering, Business, Nursing, Pharmacy, Teacher Preparation, and Professional  

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University of Iowa
107 Calvin Hall | Iowa City, IA 52242 | 800.553.4692

Printed from the Iowa College Student Aid Commission website on June 24, 2017 at 12:08am.