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.
Use After Class to promote your event to a student audience! You can add your own events using the button below.
After Class is maintained by Student Life Marketing + Design.
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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.
In fall of 2012, University Counseling Service decided to find a way to get student input about their services. They have always placed high value on the student’s perspective, and because of this, they knew a student advisory board would help benefit them and the student body. Continue Reading
Alexis Kuennen is a senior studying marketing at the Tippie College of Business. She initially joined the UI chapter of the American Marketing Association her sophomore year, and immediately fell in love with the environment and the energetic, fun people in the student organization. Continue Reading
When the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center (CRWC) opened in 2010, it provided students another wellness facility, and that wasn’t the only benefit. The opening of the CRWC helped jump start new programs for UI students and community members. One of these programs is the Iowa Flyers Swim Club. Continue Reading
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It’s time to say goodbye to the beaches, sun tanning, and relaxation and back to greeting the lecture halls, textbooks, and dreaded alarm clocks. Spring Break 2014 has come to an end, and this is one of the most difficult times for many students to stay motivated and keep working... Continue Reading