$25 million capital campaign. UIU Peacock football team in action, which illustrates how UIU is different from many online schools because UIU has been a college for over 150 years. Group of smiling international and U.S. students who took advantage of UIU's accredited undergraduate and graduate programs. The new liberal arts building provides excellent facilities to study majors such as communications, English, human services and psychology. Community service and volunteerism are important aspects of college life at UIU. Group of soldiers who are able to continue their education with online courses in both undergraduate majors such as business management and graduate programs such as the MBA. A criminal justice degree student at a UIU education center. A typical classroom setting at UIU where students have the opportunity to learn a range of topics from accounting to zoology while receiving financial aid.

Upper Iowa offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees, with over 40 academic majors to choose from in liberal arts, business, education, math and science, nursing, and more.

Upper Iowa has 19 Center locations across the U.S. that offer evening and weekend classes—the perfect choice if you work full-time, part-time or are looking for a college in your community to realize your academic goals.

UIU has been named a top Military-Friendly college by Military Advanced Education and GI Jobs magazine and offers tuition discounts for the Total Military Family on campus, at five education centers on U.S. military bases and worldwide through our distance education programs.

Community service and volunteerism are important aspects of college life at UIU, like the annual Fayette Appreciation Day or Haiti May-term trip.

Once a Peacock, always a Peacock! As an Upper Iowa graduate, the Office of Advancement and Alumni encourages you to stay connected with your University and to participate in the many alumni programs and events they plan especially for you.

UIU is proud to have international locations in the Pacific Rim, which offer undergraduate programs to students in Hong Kong and Malaysia. UIU also has one of the most diverse campuses in Iowa with students from 30 countries attending classes in Fayette.

UIU is the only NCAA Division II Athletic Program in Iowa and member of Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. The UIU Athletics Program strives to serve a diverse population, while sponsoring programs that will foster growth and knowledge for each individual student-athlete.

The largest capital improvement project in UIU history is transforming campus with a new academic building, student center, three new residence halls and a new football stadium. More improvements University-wide are planned under the current $25 million capital campaign.

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Last Updated 8/28/14