Culture, Events, and Nightlife
A project of the Division of Student Life at the University of Iowa, After Class brings you the best of campus culture, events, and nightlife. After Class is curated from events found at events.uiowa.edu.
Use After Class to promote your event to a student audience! You can add your own events using the button below.
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After Class is maintained by Student Life Marketing + Design.
Add Your Event
Submit your event and we'll post it! We might edit your event details, or contact you for more information. Keep it G-rated (or at least college student-rated) folks.
We'll keep you informed of the latest fairs, events, concerts, and other happenings on campus! We'll only email you every other week, every week at most. Your information is private. You can also follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.
Event Submission Policy
- We reserve the right to edit or reject submissions at our discretion, without notice.
- Events must be open to the public.
- Events should be sponsored by a University student organization or department.
- This policy is still under development and may be modified at any time.
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