The UI College of Education delivers a personal, affordable, and first-class education for the educational professionals of tomorrow. In collaboration with renowned faculty, our students work to solve problems and effect change in the field of education in our community, our country, and around the world.

Since its founding in 1872, the UI College of Education’s focus has always been on the future: Preparing generations of educators to teach, guide, and counsel students in science, mathematics, the social sciences, gifted education, and more. The UI College of Education was the nation’s first permanent college-level department of education and has since gained an international reputation for the diversity and excellence of its programs. We are dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of others.

To continue these rich traditions, we must be able to attract and retain the best and brightest students from Iowa and beyond; appropriately provide recognition and support for our faculty; maintain established programs and innovate new ones; and enhance the learning environment in which UI College of Education students learn, engage, and discover during their time on campus.

Honor Clubs

Annual support at every level is crucial to maintaining the quality of the university of Iowa College of Education's programs. The college has established honor clubs to recognize individuals and organizations who provide generous annual support to the College of Education Advancement Fund and other college-wide funds:

Level Gift Amount
Dean's Club $1,000 and above
Sustaining Members $500 through $999
Supporting Members $250 through $499
Members $100 through $249

All contributors of $100 or more are acknowledged in an annual honor roll in our College of Education Annual Report.

In addition to this recognition by the College of Education, the University of Iowa Center for Advancement also has a variety of recognition programs to acknowledge the generosity of UI contributors university-wide. Learn more about university-wide honor clubs.

For more information, contact: Cally Murray, Director of Development, College of Education (319) 467-3360