Upper Iowa University is pleased to announce the Dean’s List for the 2020 fall semester. To be honored, a student must have earned a minimum 3.50 grade point average for the semester and be enrolled as a full-time student. The…
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5 Campus Alerts: DeRidder Center, Fort Riley Center, Des Moines Center... and 2 more
Fort Riley Center
Des Moines Center
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Elkhorn / Racine / Kenosha Center
The Fort Riley Center is closed January 25th due to inclement weather. Monday night classes will be held via zoom. Students should log into uiuLearn to access coursework for the week. Please call the Fort Sill center if you need assistance, 580-595-9338.
Due to inclement weather, classes will not meet in person at the Des Moines Center on Monday, January 25. Students should log into uiuLearn to access coursework for the week. Classes may still meet by Zoom at the scheduled class time. Please reach out to your instructor for more specific information.
Des Moines Center offices will close at 2:30pm today. Team members will continue to be available by phone and email for assistance.
Due to inclement weather, classes will not meet in person at the Quad Cities Center on Monday, January 25. Students should log into uiuLearn to access coursework for the week. Classes may still meet by Zoom at the scheduled class time. Please reach out to your instructor for more specific information.
Due to weather conditions, the Elkhorn, Racine and Kenosha locations will be closed Tuesday, January 26. Lynne will still be available by phone and email to assist.
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