The University of Iowa

About the College

Calvin Hall
University College, created in 2005, serves an important role at the University of Iowa, and is an academic home for numerous courses or programs that span across multiple units.

The College offers two bachelor's degrees, the BAS and BLS. These programs allow students who have already received an associate's degree, or who have prior college credit, to earn a four-year degree. We also offer undergraduate certificate programs in: clinical and translational science, leadership studies, nonprofit management, and sustainability. In addition, several K-12 programs are also administered through academics units that are associated with University College. 

University College is committed to the success of all University of Iowa students. This commitment is demonstrated in the programs and services that we offer through Orientation Services, On Iowa!, New Student ServicesAcademic Support and Retention, and the Academic Resource Center.

To contact University College, call (319) 335-1497, email or visit our main office in 310 Calvin Hall. 


University College Collegiate Review

During the 2016-17 academic year, University College completed a collegiate review.
The Final Report is available PDF iconhere
The self-study portion of the review is available PDF iconhere