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.
Elementary and middle school students are invited to take part in science and environmental excursions for one week of school.
Since the establishment of the Celebrating Cultural Diversity Festival in 1990, the event has maintained a mission of bringing people together from diverse backgrounds to support learning about, from, and with one another.
Danelle Stipes became the new Rowing Coordinator at the University of Iowa this year.
The student advisory board helps UCS reach and represent all UI students.
With a panoply of food in the dining halls, U-Choose helps students determine healthier options.
The University of Iowa fosters strong student connections and engagement with Living Learning Communities.
Alternative break experiences available for UI students keep getting better. This past spring the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership offered four alternative spring break trips in conjunction with a semester long academic course on service learning.
Anthony Ferguson started community organization, Young, Black, and Educated
Are UI students who use campus recreational facilities and programs more successful?
UI senior RuiHao Min talks about AiCheng magazine, a student-run publication focusing on the international student experience.
UI’s Fashion Management Club is a way to bring students interested in fashion together.
The UI Child Life Student Association and UI Knitting Club made blankets to give to children who are receiving treatment at UIHC.
Day of Service is an annual community-wide event to help fraternities and sororities connect to the greater Iowa City community through service.
The Iowa Flyers Swim Club provides competitive and recreational opportunities for swimmers in the area.
Best Buddies is a student organization that works to eliminate discrimination toward individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities by fostering friendships.
The Walk it Out: Multicultural Fashion Show educates the UI and Iowa City community about the variety of cultures that are flourishing in the local community.
Meet some of the new directors of KRUI in this behind-the-scenes video.
IOWA GROW® (Guided Reflection on Work) continues to be nationally recognized as a high-impact intervention for student employees.
The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership implemented the UI’s first-ever independently organized TEDx conference TEDxUIowa
This year the group was honored with a Diversity Catalyst Award, the University’s highest diversity honor, for its significant accomplishments in creating a more inclusive Division of Student Life.
Canoe Battleship, a new program in 2013 from Recreational Services, provided an alternative for students.
UI Paws helps to make a difference in the lives of all types of animals– and students too.
Anne and Taylor didn’t know they would be best friends, but after meeting through Dance Marathon their lives crossed in more ways than one.
Paige Johnsen, who graduated in May of 2014, shares some insights for new students at Iowa.
Stories in the Annual Report are written and produced by students.