Technology’s role in the classroom continues to evolve.
College Fast Facts
#1 — College of Education in Iowa
Top 20% — Best Global Universities (U.S. News and World Report)
Top 6% — the National Council on Teacher Quality’s (NCTQ) rank for the college’s elementary education program
Fiske Best Buy
Globally Respected Big 10 Research 1 Institution
Top 2% — NCTQ’s rank for the college’s secondary education programs
306 — the number of graduate students awarded graduate assistantships.
45 — number of graduate-level courses
Over 28,000 — alumni that live and work in 99 Iowa counties and 50 states,
74 — number of countries our alumni live in
$233,000 — the amount of scholarship funding awarded to the college’s top students.
50 — the number of privately supported scholarships awarded to 100 individual students.
$9.4 million — the amount of external grant funding more than 30 faculty members (representing all four departments) received.
94% — Counseling Psychology Program’s pass rate on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology.
#8 — CounselingPsychology.org’s national report ranking for the college’s doctoral program.
#43 — the College’s U.S. News & World Report rank
7,100 — the number of students from Iowa, the U.S., and abroad that participated in the center’s programs this year.
DaVida Anderson, of York, Pennsylvania, is working toward a Ph.D. in Higher Education and Student Affairs at the University of Iowa College of Education.
Three of our alumni have proven to be leaders in their field and were recently elected to the Iowa School Counselor Association board.