For the Parents of UI Students

The responsibilities of a parent don’t necessarily end when the child leaves the nest. (Well, maybe for the Decorah eagles…will those parents keep tabs on their three little ones when they move out? I’m not up on my eagle-life trivia.) I’m sure when students start at the University of Iowa, there are many people that are still looking out for them at home; it’s what parents, and people in general, do.

Once your child starts at the university and continues on his or her path, the University of Iowa Alumni Association can help you stay engaged with the university and strengthen the school. The association supports the university’s mission of teaching, research, and service, advancing a culture of lifelong learning among its alumni. As a parent, this is undoubtedly very important to you. You can rest assured that the association will first and foremost serve alumni and their university—your child will be our focus for the rest of his or her life.

As a member, you will also receive Iowa Alumni Magazine – our award-winning flagship publication that brings you six issues (print and digital) of informative and entertaining articles to keep you connected to your child’s university and fellow alumni. You will also gain access to a variety of exclusive benefits that show our appreciation for your support of the UIAA.

A UIAA membership isn’t just for current students and alumni—we’re also here for friends of the university, like you, and hope that you’ll join so that you can stay engaged and strengthen your child’s life, and the lives of many others, at this great university.

Lana Tucker
Director of Membership and Marketing

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