The UI College of Engineering is ranked among the top 20 percent of engineering graduate and undergraduate programs nationally by U.S.News & World Report. The college has succeeded in attracting and retaining talented students from around the world. In fact, incoming students’ ACT scores are in the top 10 percent nationally. And more than 50 percent of students have graduated with an additional major, minor, certificate, honors, or with distinction.

Enrollment to the college has grown steadily over the past seven years—from 1,201 students in the fall of 2005 to 2,330 in the fall of 2013. The college also has experienced tremendous growth in research and outreach programs and teaching and service activities.

To continue this impressive growth, impact, and success, a facility expansion and enhancements are necessary. The college is bursting at the seams of its current facility, and an addition to the Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences will maintain and enhance the size and excellence of our programs while allowing ongoing productivity of faculty, staff, and students.

Download our Engineering Case Statement to learn more.

I am an Iowa Engineer…and something more.

Honor Clubs

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

Level Gift Amount
Dean's Club Gold $10,000 or more
Dean's Club Silver $5,000 through $9,999
Dean's Club $1,000 through $4,999
Transit Club $500 through $999
MECCA Club $250 through $499

Volunteer Leaders

Mark Bogue

"We take great pride in being involved and giving back financially to the college that has given our family so many wonderful opportunities."

For more information, contact: Kate Metcalf, Executive Director of Development, College of Engineering (319) 467-3445