This report highlights numerous initiatives taking place in the colleges, departments, and academic support units – including the VPR, Extension and Outreach, and the Ames Laboratory – as well as collaborations with colleagues across campus.
The Board of Regents and its institutions submit an annual report on affirmative action, diversity, and multicultural accomplishments to the Iowa General Assembly by January 31. The report is to include information identifying funding sources and itemized costs for these programs.
Information on our latest university-wide survey, conducted to provide a snapshot of ISU community members' perceptions of the living, learning and working environment at Iowa State.
The Iowa State University Fact Book is a compilation of basic information about the university, including its history, students, staff, departments, programs, and facilities. Pages and associated links will be added to the Fact Book as data are available.
Enrollment reports are released on the 10th academic day of the Fall and Spring semesters (early September and late January), and on the 10th day of the second summer session (late June).
The Iowa State University Ombuds Office is a confidential, neutral, and informal resource to help members of the University community manage conflicts that interfere with their day-to-day academic or professional activities. The annual report provides data on the volume and characteristics of the visitors who have utilized the office, as well as detailed information on the types of issues raised by those visitors.