40 graduate-level DEGREES

prepare students for careers as secondary and special education teachers, as well as counselors, student development professionals, testing specialists, administrators, psychologists, and other fields at all levels of education.


10 Books Published

104 Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals

$9.3 Million in New and Renewed Grants for Research and Outreach


10:1 Faculty to Student Ratio

$269,400 Awarded in Scholarships

Undergraduate Students: 447

Graduate Students: 551

3 Fulbright Scholars

354 Graduated

Online & Distance Education

3,825 Enrollments in Distance Education

11,048 Semester Credit Hours Generated


27,718 Alumni in 78 Countries, all 50 States & Every Iowa County


Top 2% Secondary Education 14/816

Top 6% Elementary Education 44/788

National Council on Teacher Quality

#1 College of Education in Iowa **

** #32 among public universities according to U.S. News & World Report

Fiske Best Buy for a Public University

#8 Counseling Psychology


#3 Rehabilitation Counseling

#11 Student Counseling & Personnel Services

#12 Higher Education Administration

#17 Online M.A. Educational Leadership

U.S. News & World Report