After nearly seven years of dedication to Iowa State students, Martino Harmon, senior vice president for Student Affairs, will be moving onto …
Courses must be selected pass/not pass between noon on May 13 and 5 p.m. May 19, Central Daylight Time.
A positive case of COVID-19 involving an Iowa State community member has been confirmed, according to an email from President Wendy Wintersteen.
In mid-March, Iowa State students prepared for online courses, evacuated their dorm rooms, suspended almost all employment and adjusted to the…
Artwork by Iowa State faculty, graduate students and extension specialists is being featured in a traveling art exhibition.
Students will now have the option to begin the summer 2020 or fall 2020 semester with the same academic standing they had at the beginning of …
The class of spring 2020 will have a virtual-format commencement due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Emergency funding opportunities are now available for Iowa State students with unanticipated financial needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supplemental instruction and tutoring services have continued while students are taking virtual classes, but leaders and tutors have had to find what works best for virtual resources.
With students taking classes from home, Iowa State is bringing opportunities and experiences to students online.
This month, two Iowa State College of Design students had their scarf designs selected for production by an Iowa nonprofit organization.
On April 24, President Wendy Wintersteen sent information regarding Iowa State’s fall 2020 semester as they plan accordingly.
As the spring semester finishes up, Iowa State has determined summer classes will continue through online instruction.
The University Library has announced new ways for Iowa State to reach services that were otherwise not available until now through home delivery.
The deadline to return spring 2020 semester textbooks has been extended to June 1, and due to campus building closures, students are encouraged to return rentals by mail.