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Current Students

University of Iowa students have a wide array of online resources and academic support services available to them. Follow the links below and the buttons to the left to learn about these resources.

Advising at Iowa

How the Academic Advising Center serves students.

Diversity at Iowa

The University of Iowa Academic Advising Center is committed to a diverse learning environment that enables student, staff, and faculty to become active leaders and citizens in an increasingly complex world. The Center fully supports the Iowa Promise, the University’s strategic plan to promote “excellence in education” by creating a welcoming climate for underrepresented students, staff, and faculty; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons; non-traditional and international students, and persons with disabilities.  Our staff is committed to culturally competent practice that enhances the educational and work environment for all members of The University of Iowa community.


If you are interested in learning more about diversity resources at Iowa, please visit this link Resources for Diverse Populations and this link Diversity Resources.


Engagement at Iowa

Student engagement in productive learning, inside and outside the classroom, is a critical factor in student success. The Academic Advising Center promotes student-faculty interaction, engagement in service learning, a respect for diverse learning styles, high expectations for students, and student-to-student cooperation for a supportive and rewarding educational environment. At The University of Iowa, there are numerous opportunities for meaningful engagement through the Community-Based Learning Program; student-led service organizations such as Dance Marathon and The 10,000 Hours Show; and service learning courses.


Planning your schedule for next semester

How to select courses; the General Education Program; the Four-Year Graduation Plan; how to schedule a planning appointment.

Registering for Classes

Finding information on-line about Majors, Minors and Certificate Programs, Pre-Professional Programs (pre-law, pre-med, etc., and being an Open Major.