The Division of Student Life fosters student success by creating and promoting inclusive educationally purposeful services and activities within and beyond the classroom.
A message from Tom Rocklin, Vice President for Student Life at the University of Iowa.
Emma Evanovich shares her experiences from CSIL's first-ever alternative spring break trip to Memphis, Tennessee.
The 2013 Midwest Outdoor Leadership Conference featured career-focused workshops and a keynote speech from professional mountaineer Fabrizio Zangrilli.
Each year, the UI profiles several students who are involved in student organizations on campus. Lily Allen-Duenas is a UI senior and double major in English and Art.
UI students raised over $1.5 million for the UI Children's Hospital and kids battling cancer at Dance Marathon 16.
The UI Powwow serves as an opportunity for members of the Native American Student Association (NASA) to reach out to students and their families through song, dance, art, and food.
Rainbow Graduation celebrated the achievements of LGBTQ students and their allies. UI students met at the Old Capitol on May 25 for the annual ceremony.
Catalyst is a one-day event that is focused on developing leadership among college students in the United States.
Attending college is not only about excelling academically, but also using those skills outside of the classroom.
In the 2012-2013 academic year, Hawks Nest unveiled brand new membership benefits for students.
Students at UI learn what it means to be in a leadership position and develop a personal leadership style in the academic leadership classes.
“The Mirage” raises awareness for World AIDS Day, provides free HIV testing during the event, and promotes diversity and inclusion on campus.
The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership added over 50 student organizations during the 2012-2013 school year.
Beach Body Boot Camp is a 45-minute workout based on circuit training for UI community members.
Eating Disorder Awareness Advocates is a group of student volunteers that reaches out to students regarding body image issues.
For the first time, the UI Division of Student Life combined the Housing Fair, the Student Organization Fair, and the Volunteer Fair to create the ultimate Fair Day on campus.
Nic Pottebaum, a recent graduate and the former UISG president for the 2012-2013 academic year, received the Hancher-Finkbine Medallion at the annual Finkbine Dinner.
UI Greek women reduced their arrest and citation rates and are less likely to be arrested or cited than non-Greek undergraduate women. Greek men are currently no more likely to be arrested or cited than non-Greek undergraduate men.
University Housing and Dining can now save nearly 1.5 million gallons of water each year after replacing their old dishwashing machine with a new system that includes a food-pulping machine.
Indian Student Alliance (ISA) President Swati Panchal discusses how his organization is working to bring cultures together in order to showcase the Indian community at UI.
First-year students now have the option to take the new class “Look Once, Think Twice,” where they learn about bystander intervention techniques and alcohol-free resources at UI.
The seven chapters of the Multicultural Greek Council are breaking the stereotype of what it means to be Greek.
In Spring 2013, Student Health & Wellness implemented the “Refresh” program to help students improve their sleep quality.
University Housing & Dining discusses their progress in tackling waste and how they are working to achieve UI’s 2020 Sustainability Targets.
The Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) hosted their Lunar New Year celebration on February 9, 2013 in the Iowa Memorial Union Main Lounge.
Take Back the Night is a chance for people of all genders to take a stand against violence.
University of Iowa students slid down a 24-foot-tall inflatable slide into the diving well when inflatables invaded the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
Corinne Farrell, President of UI's Campus Activities Board (CAB), talks campus entertainment and how it's evolving thanks to the hard work and dedication of UI students.
The 2013 Annual Report is a collection of stories and media produced throughout the year, focusing on new initiatives and programs with positive outcomes for students.