• The George Washington Carver Academy includes opportunities to develop leadership skills and a strong network.
    The George Washington Carver Academy includes opportunities to develop leadership skills and a strong network.
  • The Multicultural Vision Program cohort begins their academic year.
    The Multicultural Vision Program cohort begins their academic year.
  • The Academic Program for Excellence (APEX) is an opportunity for recent high school graduates to begin their adventure at Iowa State over the summer.
  • Members of Multicultural Greek Council and National Panhellenic Council chapters gather in front of Parks Library.
    Members of Multicultural Greek Council and National Panhellenic Council chapters gather in front of Parks Library.
  • The Dean of Students Office supports student-centered learning through personal, community and academic development.
    The Dean of Students Office supports student-centered learning through personal, community and academic development.
  • Markus is a current senior at Iowa State.
  • Students planned the Intersections of Identity Spoken Word event along with MSA staff.
    Students planned the Intersections of Identity Spoken Word event along with MSA staff.

Prospective Students

 
Iowa State University is a one of a kind place: beautiful campus, welcoming people, quality education, and a campus spirit that is second to none. We at MSA are excited that you are looking at Iowa State as a place to live, learn, and grow!
If you are a first-year student and want to visit campus, you can sign up for tours through the Office of Admissions. Tours of campus are given on a regular basis, and signing up for one is easy! Click on the link above that will show the dates available for tours.
 
Experience Iowa State (EIS) is a one-day, in depth tour of all that Iowa State has to offer. You will be able to take part in a resource fair, meet with current Iowa State students, and listen to an actual class. MSA has an open house in the afternoon portion of EIS where you can visit our offices and ask questions about our services and programs.
 
Multicultural students and families taking part of EIS have a special opportunity to meet with MSA staff, Multicultural Liaison Officers (MLOs), and other campus partners during a morning breakfast session. This is a great opportunity to meet current students and learn more about what we do!
 
The Academic Program for Excellence (APEX), George Washington Carver (GWC) program and the Multicultural Vision Program (MVP) are scholarship and learning programs open to new, direct from high school students.  To learn about the programs, their application and selection criteria and expectations of scholars, visit here.
 
Everything!  To learn about upcoming events, student groups, programs and opportunities, click the link above to learn what our current students experience every day.
 
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