All University of Iowa graduate students are admitted through the Graduate Admissions Office, though some programs may have their own pre-admissions screening processes.
From the day you begin to think about graduate school, there are things you can do to tip the scales in your favor.
Here are some key questions, decisions, and actions that will keep you moving towards that degree.
The Office of Postdoctoral Scholars (OPDS) is committed to building a vibrant postdoctoral community and to providing a professional environment that will enrich your postdoctoral experiences at Iowa.
Through both innovative and traditional events, services, and communications, the UIAA is the trusted resource for all loyal Hawkeyes who want to remain actively engaged in the University of Iowa community.
Whether you’re a UI graduate, a former student, a parent of a student, or a fan of the Hawkeyes, we welcome you to join our 50,000-strong community. After all, once a Hawkeye….
Funding the ever increasing cost of a graduate program is tough. Here are some resources to help your students when things get tight.
An official transcript is a certified record of the academic work done at the University of Iowa. It includes classes taken, hours earned, grades received and degrees conferred. Get connected to the resources you need.
A thesis or dissertation is the culmination of outstanding scholarship.
The Graduate College can help direct your students to resources regarding general best practices, formatting, submitting your document electronically, and more.
Postdoctoral scholars at The University of Iowa are eligible for many of the same benefits as faculty and staff.
As the importance of educating the next generation of scholars and leaders increases, the University of Iowa continues its commitment to a mission emphasizing quality training in our graduate education programs.
Viewing our world through critical, creative eyes and seeking yet unseen vantage points, our scholars can provide key advantages for our communities, industries, and other sectors of society.
We're committed to strengthening graduate education through our diversity efforts.
Our diversity programs serve not only current graduate students, but also potential graduate students through the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SROP).
We aim to produce first class researchers, scholars, and citizens.
Our PSI course meets the responsible conduct of research training requirement of granting agencies.
Our award winning graduate students and faculty engage in cutting edge research and scholarship. From book making to neuroscience, Hawkeyes are making a difference in our world today.
International Programs at the University of Iowa provides leadership and support for internationally-oriented teaching, research, creative work and community engagement.
The primary undertaking for all postdoctoral scholars is the successful completion of an extensive research project under the mentorship of a faculty member.
We have some resources on the postdoc website to help you along that path.
While there are many pathways through a graduate program of study, there are some guiding principles that can help keep your students moving in the right direction.
We're committed to promoting methods that work in graduate education.
There's a whole other side to your time in Iowa City.
Here are some resources to get you going.
Graduate education is an integral part of The University of Iowa, serving the State of Iowa, and contributing to national and international research.
Please consider making a gift to the Graduate College general fund to help further our efforts in graduate education.
Innovative research is a fundamental part of graduate education; we have assembled resources to help you along that path.
The University of Iowa Postdoctoral Association (UIPDA) represents the nearly 350 postdoctoral scholars and fellows on campus.
UIPDA sponsors various events to facilitate the social integration and career development of all UI postdocs.
We provide program data for most of the PhD programs available at The University of Iowa.
Information on admissions, demographics, completion, and placement is published yearly.
With programs in 114 areas of study, chances are the University of Iowa has a graduate program that fits you.
Congratulations, your hard work is paying off. Here's what you need to know for the big day.
The Graduate College recognizes the value of the undergraduate experience and strives to prepare young investigators to achieve their goals of pursuing graduate work and of becoming tomorrow's academic leaders.