University of Iowa
Ranked among the top 35 public universities in the US, the University of Iowa provides a learning experience like no other. Between the energy of Hawkeye sports and leading programs in the arts, health care, engineering, business, and physics, there’s something for everyone at Iowa.
The University of Iowa is located in Iowa City, ranked the fifth-best college town in the US by the American Institute for Economic Research. Offering the energy of a major city with the friendliness and safety of a local community, Iowa City is a perfect place to study and grow.
Iowa’s campus is woven throughout downtown Iowa City, with everything you need just a short walk from residence halls and classrooms. Shopping, live music, local theaters and galleries, restaurants, parks, and Big Ten athletics—it all comes together to make Iowa City an amazing place to live.
General Information (2017-2018)
Financial Aid: 319-335-1450
|FAFSA Code: 001892
ACT Code: 1356
SAT Code: 6681
|Enrollment: 24,476||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: As soon as possible after October 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $8,973||Estimated Books & Supplies: $950|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $10,450||Minimum Admission Requirement: See website.|
|Types of Programs: Business, Engineering, Health Sciences, Liberal Arts, Music|
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