Peer Mentor applications due February 15

Want to help welcome the Class of 2026 next fall?  This is the job for you.

Peer mentors are responsible for helping co-teach the Direct Admit Seminar and helping the first year students adjust to college. It’s a great way to give back and welcome the newest members of our Tippie community.

The link to the application and job description can be found here:

Questions? Feel free to reach out to

Tutors Wanted – Deadline Extended!

Do you enjoy helping other students? Did you think the BCaP report deck was kind of…fun? Apply to be a Frank Center consultant! Consultants tutor other Tippie students in writing, presentation, and design assignments. They get course and RISE credit, as well as a scholarship after the first semester. For more information and to apply, contact Deadline extended until March 4!

*Must have completed BCaP by the end of Summer 2022

Get up to $4,000 during your internship!

Hawkeye Experience Grant Information Session

Wednesday, February 2, 2022 2:30pm to 3:00pm

The Hawkeye Experience Grant awards stipends in variable amounts for undergraduate students at the University of Iowa who are involved in applied learning experiences outside of the classroom. Up to $4,000 is available for each recipient.

To learn more, join the live virtual information session on February 2 at 2:30pm!

Website –
Zoom link for info session: 

More on Internships:

Get Ready for Career Fair Season!’

We have a great lineup this spring for ALL students of ALL Majors. Remember that majors can crossover and be applicable to several different industries!

Which Career Community are you a part of?

Still trying to understand which major is best for you?

Take an assessment and/or explore majors discover your strengths and areas of interest!















Mock Interviews are back!  Check out these great opportunities on our new mock interview page!



Download the Make It Happen Checklist

Download the Career Guide

Make an Appointment with a Career Coach

Support Groups through UCS

University Counseling Service offers many support group for students across campus. A support group can be a space for student with marginalized identities to meet people with similar experiences, form connections and receive emotional support. Students may drop in whenever they want to and with any intervention students who attend support groups regularly tend to benefit more.

Goals of support groups include, talking openly about personal feelings and thoughts, developing a sense of connection and belonging, reduce feelings of loneliness, isolation and stress, improve skills to cope with stress, and process collective trauma related to shared identities. For more information on support groups offered this spring click here.

Success, Not Excess Support Group

Success, Not Excess provides a safe and supportive space for UI students wanting to make or considering changes in their alcohol or other drug use. The group emphasizes success in academics, relationships, mental and physical health, and other goals through abstaining or reducing alcohol and other drug use. The group operates from a “no pressure” approach by encouraging discussion of shared experiences and achieving success on campus by removing the barriers created by substance use.

Day/Time: Thursdays 5:30-6:30pm CST
Location: IMU room 214
Contact: Heidi Schmitt ( with any questions you have about this group or click here for more information on the Collegiate Recovery Program.

Tippie Top 21 Nominations OPEN NOW

Twenty-one student leaders
The Tippie Top 21 award recognizes 21 of the college’s outstanding student leaders. These students are young people who have excelled in the areas of scholarship, leadership, experiential learning, and advancing diversity, inclusion, and global engagement.

Why Re-Branding?
We encourage our students to propel themselves into the college experience by getting involved within Tippie and beyond. That being said, credit should be given where credit is due. Tippie’s Top 21 gives well-deserved recognition to outstanding leaders who begin their college journeys from many different backgrounds. Moving forward, we hope to re-brand this award in order to be more inclusive of the undergraduate student population who come from all these backgrounds.

Whether it is through stellar academics or impressive initiative, our faculty and staff know that students can impact the Tippie community in countless ways. It is important to us to acknowledge these impacts and highlight the students who make them.

Submit a nomination

How do I know if a student is qualified?
We’re sure you’re thinking of all the great Tippie students you could nominate for a Top 21 award. First, be sure that the student you have in mind is admitted to Tippie OR has declared pre-business. No matter their age, ALL Tippie students and pre-business students are eligible to be nominated. Nominees also are expected to have demonstrated excellence in at least two of the following areas:

  • Scholarship
  • Leadership
  • Experiential learning
  • Advancing diversity, inclusion, and global engagement

If you have questions, please contact Tevin Robbins at

The Frank Center is open!

The Frank Center is open! Come see us for all your writing and presentation needs. Remember, as long as you’re a Tippie student, you can bring us writing assignments from any class across the university. Our trained peer consultants can help you brainstorm, draft, and edit! To make an appointment go to

Multicultural Business Student Association

Get to know Multicultural Business Student Association at their upcoming recruitment events:

  • Meet the Members – Monday, January 31st at 6:30pm in PBB S401
  • First Meeting – Monday, February 7th at 6:30pm in PBB W181

Check them out on social media:
Instagram: @mbsa.uiowa
Youtube: University of Iowa MBSA
Twitter: IowaMBSA

Check out their website: 

Questions?  Contact Maggie Dunham (

Society for Human Resource Management

Get to know the Society for Human Resource Management at their upcoming meetings:

  • In-person meetings with optional Zoom if needed
    • Feb. 9th Informational Meeting
    • Feb. 16th
    • Feb. 23
    • March 2nd
    • March 16th
    • March 23rd
    • March 30th
    • April 6th
    • April 13th
    • April 20th
    • April 27th
    • May 4th

Follow them on social media:
Instagram: @shrm_uiowa
Twitter: @UIowaSHRM
Facebook: @UIowaSHRM
LinkedIn: Alumni Page

Check out their website:

Questions?  Contact Megan Roach (