Submit An Event

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

  1. Visit the event submission form (HawkID, Facebook, or sign-up required)
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Additionally, you can choose event types, departments, and general interest categories that help promote and feature your event on other websites like Arts Iowa.eventsuiowaform
  5. 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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