Throughout the year, student organizations plan hundreds of events and spend countless hours broadcasting over the airwaves.
Student organizations organize, promote, and host events all year at the University of Iowa. Organizations also engage in activities that provide the university community with quality entertainment. Several large student organizations provide an array of activities related to Arts & Entertainment programming each semester. These student organizations offer a great opportunity for student leaders to build leadership and teamwork skills, provide quality entertainment to their peers, and obtain real-world experience that will help them in their future careers.
Throughout the year, CAB provides a wide range of activities and entertainment for students by students. Students can enjoy or be involved in planning comedy shows, movies, paint nights, bingo games, trivia, and so much more!
As the largest student organization on campus, University of Iowa Dance Marathon creates and sustains special projects to provide emotional and financial support and services for patients and their families at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital.
Hawk The Vote was adopted as an official initiative in 2019. Since its founding, the University of Iowa and the surrounding community have seen record youth voter turnout and unprecedented increases in voter registration total.
For decades, Homecoming has brought students, faculty and staff, future Hawkeyes, and alumni together to celebrate their home at the University of Iowa with traditions and experiences that last a lifetime.
The purpose of Late Night & Weekend Programs is to promote the health, well-being and safety of students by providing opportunities to engage with others and build community in an environment without alcohol.
For more than 30 years, the University of Iowa Lecture Committee has brought some of the world's great thinkers to campus. Speakers have included an impressive roster of national and international figures in science, politics, business, human rights, law, and the arts.