The most successful engineering graduates will possess the skills to thrive in the emerging global environment. A global experience as an undergraduate will provide invaluable exposure to different cultures and new ways of thinking.
Whether you like to work with people, come up with ideas, or want to make a difference in the world, engineering will open the most doors. Be ready for the workforce by working with us.
Thanks to the generous donations from alumni and friends, the College of Engineering has hundreds scholarships that provide financial support for admitted and enrolled undergraduate engineering students.


The Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3) will hold an open house from 3:45-4:30 p.m. September 27 on the Fifth Floor, N500 of the College of Public HealthBuilding, Iowa City, to celebrate its new facilities.
By: Andrea Zeek UI Strategic Communication University of Iowa students have a new resource to explore the latest in virtual reality, 3-D scanning and modeling, and wearable technology.
At midnight, Tom Casavant dove into the 68-degree waters of the Pacific Ocean. Thirteen hours later, a little after 1 p.m., he stumbled onto Point Vicente beach in Los Angeles, completing a task only a handful of athletes have been able to accomplish — swimming the 21.5 miles from Catalina Island to Los Angeles.