The most successful engineering graduates will possess the skills to thrive in the emerging global environment. A global experience as an undergraduate will provide invaluable exposure to different cultures and new ways of thinking.
Whether you like to work with people, come up with ideas, or want to make a difference in the world, engineering will open the most doors. Be ready for the workforce by working with us.
Thanks to the generous donations from alumni and friends, the College of Engineering has hundreds scholarships that provide financial support for admitted and enrolled undergraduate engineering students.


Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has appointed University of Iowa College of Engineering distinguished alumnus and deputy environment minister Marcelo Mena-Carrasco (MS 2003, PhD 2007 civil and environmental engineering) as the new minister of the environment, following the resignation of Pablo
The latest digital issue of Iowa Engineer Magazine, published for College of Engineering alumni and friends, is now available at:
The University of Iowa Government Relations Office publishes Hometown Hawkeye -- a series of profiles featured alumni who have succeeded in the state of Iowa after their graduation.