When you are unsure where to go for help or when the unexpected occurs in your life, the staff in Student Assistance and Outreach is available to provide support and information about university resources. Our primary goal is to help students succeed.
You will find the Veterans Center to be a place where you can go for Veteran-related questions and to connect with others in forming a greater sense of camaraderie around a shared common experience. We are here to help with the unique challenges associated with transitioning into a university setting.
Iowa State University Career Services is a coordinated network of career services offices offering a broad range of programs and services for undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, and employers.
The Margaret Sloss Women’s Center advocates for individuals and provides support to all students, staff, and faculty at Iowa State University. The MSWC staff is here to listen and provide resources and referrals. We’re here to help you gain a positive experience at Iowa State University.
Utilizing a student-centered approach, the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) advocates for and supports Iowa State University’s domestic students who self-identify as African American, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian American, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Latina/o, and/or Multiracial.
The Dean of Students Office at Iowa State University uses an integrated approach to support student-centered learning through personal, community and academic development culminating in a transformative experience.