Enrollment sits above 33,000
Iowa State welcomes the state's largest freshman class (5,597) as part of its fall enrollment total (33,391). The class of 2023 set records for average high school rank, average GPA and top 10 percent ranking in their class.
Funding request to replace LeBaron Hall goes to regents
As part of a $55 million plan to provide modern instructional and research space for the College of Human Sciences, LeBaron Hall would be replaced with a new building that's 70% larger.
Wintersteen celebrates successes, emphasizes innovation in annual address
In her first state of the university address, President Wendy Wintersteen celebrated Iowa State's accomplishments and looked ahead to its coming challenges and opportunities. In a speech highlighting a wide range of topics, she emphasized innovation as an essential institutional initiative.
Leaders present improvement plans for Workday, service teams
In a presentation last week to the Professional and Scientific Council, top administrators overseeing the shift to Workday and service delivery teams outlined plans for improving the systems.
Timeline is pending for new P&S classification/compensation structure
To give the campus community ample time to adjust to Workday and improved service delivery, leaders haven't set an implementation timeline for the new classification and compensation structure for P&S employees.
Senators review faculty investigation process
A review of the faculty investigation process and a Workday update were part of the first Faculty Senate meeting of the new academic year.
New faculty fellow post will focus on online learning
The half-time administrative appointment in the provost's office is for two academic years. Tenured faculty are invited to apply by Oct. 1.
FY19 fundraising is among top years
During the fiscal year that ended June 30, the ISU Foundation raised $182 million to support students, faculty, facilities and programs. It was the third-largest fundraising year in the foundation's history.