Iowa Club Locations: Find Hawkeyes Near You



From game watches to volunteer opportunities, you can network and socialize with fellow Hawkeyes near you by joining an Iowa Club.

Iowa Clubs are in cities all over the U.S. and across the globe. These groups are open to all who love the University of Iowa—including alumni, fans, and friends like you. If you can't find an Iowa Club, email alumni.iowaclubs@foriowa.org.

Please note: The use of Iowa Club contact information for any marketing or sales purposes is strictly prohibited. If you are interested in selling a product or service to a club, email tony.hakes@foriowa.org. Thank you for not soliciting our volunteers.

Looking for other ways to get involved with the University of Iowa? Check out additional Iowa alumni and friend networks.


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