Table of Contents
- International Programs Annual Report
- Grants and Funding reports
- International Student and Scholar Services reports
The UI International Programs 2016 annual report provides general information about IP as well as an overview of the past year’s activities, projects, research, events, statistics, student and faculty achievements, photos and more.
Grants and Funding
Grants and Funding Report: 2009-2014
This report provides an overview of nationally-competitive grants and fellowships awarded to University of Iowa students and alumni from 2009-2014 including Fulbright grants, Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships, DAAD awards, Critical Language Scholarships, and Boren scholarships and fellowships.
International Student and Scholar Services
ISSS Statistics Report
The annual statistics report for International Programs' International Student and Scholar Services provides detailed information on our current international student population on campus including the number of students and scholars at the University of Iowa, their home countries, and their areas of study.
International Student Support and Integration Report
This report by the University of Iowa International Student Committee assesses the effectiveness of the programs and initiatives related to international students on the University of Iowa campus. The International Student Committee was established to ensure that the campus infrastructure was in place to accommodate the surge in undergraduate international students. They conducted an audit of existing programming and processes across campus and made recommendations on how to improve processes to create an improved experience for entering international students and staff.
2015 National Health Assessment Summary for University of Iowa International Students
This 2015 report, published by University of Iowa Student Heath & Wellness, contains data on health behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs of University of Iowa international students. The American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment (NCHA) II instrument was used to survey a sample of undergraduate students in the spring of 2015. Five hundred sixty-nine students, 14% of whom identified as international students, completed surveys with a response rate exceeding 99%.