Whether it's the first time in your life or whether you're coming back after 20 years, Upper Iowa University will work with you to fit college into your busy life and coordinate with your military obligations.
Stop by or call the UIU-Fort Riley to find out about our evening courses. Upper Iowa also offers online and self-paced programs that can travel with you as you serve your country here and overseas. However you decide to blend the coursework to earn your college degree, UIU accepts the credits from all Upper Iowa courses.
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Friday intro to list of majors
Here is the list of degree programs currently on post.
You can get information on any of the following majors from the UIU-Fort Riley Center. Please note that not all UIU programs are offered face-to-face on post. Additional majors and degree programs can be accessed online or though the Upper Iowa self-paced program. Many students blend their degree plan, by taking some face-to-face courses and some online courses. Check with your Academic Advisor for more details about any of these programs.
UIU also offers degrees on the Fayette campus, and through the online and self-paced programs. Not all degrees offered at all locations or through all programs.
Graduating with a human resources management degree from Upper Iowa University, Amy Vose originally chose to attend the UIU-Fort Riley Center due to the University’s flexible online and evening class schedules. She soon discovered the additional benefits of the personal instruction provided by the faculty and the diversity of the students in the UIU classrooms.
“The instructors really care for their students and each of them seem to view their personal success through the success of their students,” said Amy. “They also provided an experience, which enabled them to demonstrate how the educational materials translated into the real-world career environment. It’s a benefit you don't get at some other universities, where you’re just a number or another face in the crowd.”