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UI Frequently Used Links

UI Health & Dental Benefits Information

MSTP Student Resources

MSTP Student WIKI (Requires Login)

  • Includes the Student Guide to Sanity!
  • Clinical Connections Resource Book & Blank Evaluation Forms
  • Pearls of Wisdom from visiting speakers or alumni
  • Link to update your information
  • Preliminary 2016 RAGBRAI Team Information
  • T-shirt ordering (when applicable)

College of Medicine Office of Student Affairs and Curriculum (OSAC)

The Office of Student Affairs and Curriculum (OSAC) is the group of 35 professionals that most directly facilitates the activities of medical students at the Carver College of Medicine. Our mission is to provide an environment of scholarship and humanism in which our students can become the well-rounded physicians of tomorrow, fully prepared to enter into their professional lives focused on the well-being of their patients and communities.

UI Family Services for Students, Faculty & Staff

The Family Services website lists resources helpful to student families - academic, information & referral, housing, health, financial, and much more. For a listing of services willing to care for an ill child depending upon availability and eligibility. The Family Services Office has minimal funding to help with the cost of mildly ill child care for UI students who meet the criteria. This site also includes information on Free Evening Child Care the Week Before & During Finals.

Other Services

Student Organizations

UI Student Organizations of interest to MD/PhD students

The site lists over 50 different organizations related to Medicine. Also a link to subscribe to mailing lists for some of the organizations.

Center for student Student Involvement and Leadership

The Center for Student Involvement & Leadership is committed to promoting Multicultural Programs to the UI campus through planned activities at the four UI Cultural and LGBT Resource Centers, annual diversity programs, and student organization events.

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  • Multicultural Programs
    There are over 50 multicultural student organizations at the University of Iowa that provide programming, service, educational programs, and cultural experiences to the campus community. The four UI Cultural and LGBT Resource Centers provide a "Home Away From Home" atmosphere for many students and can be utilized by any UI student or reserved for student organization events. The Centers also provide intra-and cross-cultural education, leadership and organizational development opportunities, social justice education, and change. The Centers compliment the academic mission of the University by enhancing students' inside and outside of the classroom.


Diversity @ Iowa - OFFICES

UI Chief Diversity Office (CDO)

The Chief Diversity Office (CDO) provides vision, leadership, and counsel on matters of diversity and inclusion at the University of Iowa. We partner with all campus units to create a welcoming and respectful environment that enables everyone to perform at their full potential.

We provide services and resources for underrepresented faculty, staff, and students; persons with disabilities; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons; persons of disadvantaged socioeconomic status; and nontraditional, first-generation, and international students. Your support and input are critical to our efforts, and we welcome your ideas for creating a campus where all feel welcome.

UI Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity

The Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (EOD) supports a campus environment where each individual's ideas, contributions, and goals are respected and valued. EOD is charged with implementation of equal opportunity, affirmative action, and diversity policies at the University of Iowa. We serve as a resource to support the university's compliance with federal/state laws and regulations and university policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and sexual harassment by or towards any UI community member.

Center for Diversity & Enrichment

The Center for Diversity and Enrichment provides precollege student development, assistance with facilitating the enrollment process, and programs and activities that support the ability of underserved students to increase their skills to thrive and succeed at the University of Iowa. Multicultural Specialists are available to talk to students about all aspects of their college experience. We want to make sure your transition to the university is a good one and that you are aware of the opportunities available on campus. Programming for students is offered to enhance the cultural, social, and academic experiences of students. The programs have the goal of building community, celebrating cultures, and educating students on a variety of topics.

Center for Disability & Development

Provides comprehensive health care and services to people with disabilities and to their families through a combination of outpatient, inpatient, and community-based programs. The center provides information, evaluation, treatment recommendations, and training.

CCOM Office of Cultural Affairs and Diversity Initiatives

Works closely with other administrative offices and community partners to foster an environment where all members of the UI Health Care community feel welcome. The office supports the UI Health Care community of students, faculty, postdoctoral scholars, staff, residents and fellows in conjunction with the tripartite mission of the academic medical center.

Center for Human Rights

Affiliated with the University of Iowa’s College of Law, the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights (UICHR) has as its mission the promotion and protection of human rights at home and abroad through distinguished multidisciplinary leadership in human rights research, education, and public service to The University of Iowa, its surrounding communities, the State of Iowa, and beyond. To this end, it attends to all categories of human rights, including “first generation” civil and political rights, but gives special attention to “second generation” economic, social, and cultural rights and “third generation” community or group rights.

Division of Student Life

Provides safety education, wellness programs, and a number of on-campus health agencies for students to access when necessary, including Student Health, Campus Recreation, Safety Initiatives, Alcohol Harm Reduction, and University Counseling Service.