Be ready to post
Be sure your location, date(s), and time(s) are final before submitting this form. Remember: you are creating a public event page on After Class and the UI Events Calendar to promote your event.
Event posting policy
- Events must be open to the public.
- Events should be sponsored by a University student organization or department.
- We reserve the right to edit or reject submissions at our discretion, without notice. This policy may be modified at any time.
Submitting your event is easy
- Visit the event submission form (HawkID, Facebook, or sign-up required)
- Enter your event's information and attach an image (we prefer images larger than 837 x 523 pixels) where you can input your event information.
- In order for your event to appear on After Class, make sure you select “After Class” from the General Interest dropdown menu near the end of the form.
- Additionally, you can choose event types, departments, and general interest categories that help promote and feature your event on other websites like Arts Iowa.
- When you're done, hit the Add Event button at the bottom of the form.
Ready to submit your event? Visit the event submission form
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