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Information for Online Program Current Students
- Contact Information
- Course Schedule
- Registration and Enrollment
- Program Guidelines
- Financial Aid/Payment Options
- Tuition Refund Policy
- Withdrawal Procedure
- Technical Requirements
- Web-based Classroom
Upper Iowa University
PO Box 1857
Fayette, IA 52142-1857
Toll free phone: 800-553-4150
Direct phone: 563-425-5200
Online Classroom Help Desk - uiuLearn (D2L)
Toll Free: 800-553-4150
Is Online Learning for me?
What are your expectations for online learning and how do you know if it is right for you? Take the Online Learning Readiness Questionnaire to learn more.
The annual course schedule includes a list of graduate and undergraduate courses available through the online program. Our annual schedule is published to help students with their degree completion planning. The annual schedule might vary slightly from year to year.
Registration and Enrollment
Online courses are available for enrollment in any of the six sessions offered each year. Registration begins approximately six weeks before the start of each session. You are strongly encouraged to register early. Capacity is limited in all classes.
Tuition and any course-related fees are due at the time of registration. Payment is due prior to the first day of class either by check or credit card. Payment may be made through the myUIU portal in a secure environment.
Current students register through myUIU
Most active UIU students register through myUIU, Upper Iowa University’s online portal. Step-by-step instructions for course registration are listed on the student tab and also found under the student handouts portlet. All students are issued a username and password through their program/center after their first Upper Iowa University registration.
All Active Duty Military
Active-duty Army and Army Reserve personnel must register through the GoArmyEd portal.
All other military personnel using military tuition assistance (MTA) will have their education officer approve the class and submit the completed TA form to your advisor. For those learners who do not use MTA through GoArmyEd, an approved copy of the MTA form must be supplied to your advisor. All military tuition assistance forms must be received before the first day of the session. If you need assistance applying for Military Tuition Assistance, please contact your respective education office.
Helpful resources when applying for Military Tuition Assistance:
New students must register with their admissions advisor.