There are over 500 student organizations at the University of Iowa. Getting involved in a student organization is a great way to develop teamwork and leadership skills, meet new friends, discover a new passion, develop time management skills, and also build a strong resume. Student Organizations are one of the most popular forms of involvement at the University of Iowa. If you can't find an organization that interests you, you can always start your own!
To browse for an organization by keyword, click HERE!
You can also browse for an organization on OrgSync. Sign-in to OrgSync and begin exploring. You will need to use the organizations tab within OrgSync to browse for an organization. If you’re interested in an organization click, “join now” and explain why you are interested in the organization.
A national honor society designed to recognize and promote the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students. Students are eligible for induction after earning a 3.5 GPA their first full-time semester at the University of Iowa. For more information visit the Tau Sigma website at: www.tausigmanhs.org.
If you have questions about getting involved on campus or how to find or contact a specific student organization contact the CSIL. The staff in the CSIL will help reach out to the organizations you are interested in. You can email CSIL staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.