What you need
A good event posting means the difference between people showing up or ignoring your event.
- Location for your event
- Date of the event
- Time of the event
- Photo that represents the event –– (not a graphic with words, a photo)
- Description –– why should someone attend? What will they gain?
Event submission policy
- Events must be open to the public.
- Events should be relevant to UI students.
- Most events on the site, though not all, will be sponsored by a UI 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.
Submit your event here
- You're going to visit another page to enter your information
- When you get there, make sure you select “After Class” from the General Interest dropdown menu near the end of the form.
- Visit the "add event" form on the UI calendar to get started.
- 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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