Next Steps // After You've Applied
Have you Completed your Admissions Application?
In order to process your admissions application, we will also need your assessment scores, official transcripts, and any other program-specific admissions requirements. See Apply for a Program/Major for more information.
Apply for Financial Aid
Hawkeye offers eligible students federal and state financial aid, including grants, scholarships, loans, and Work-Study, based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The application deadline for State of Iowa funds is July 1. Don't wait, file your FAFSA today.
Apply for Scholarships
You can also apply for scholarships, money that does not have to be repaid, to use for educational expenses.
Hawkeye awards thousands of dollars in scholarships every year. By completing one Hawkeye Scholarship Application you will be considered for dozens of scholarships. Awards may be based on cumulative grade point average, financial need, number of credit hours, or specific program. The application deadline for fall scholarship awards is March 1 and October 1 for spring awards.
Also see our list of available outside scholarships.
Transferring College Credits to Hawkeye
If you've taken college-level classes in high school or attended another college, university, or trade school and would like to receive possible credit, please send your official college transcripts. See Transferring Credits to Hawkeye.
Choosing a place to live can be a big decision. Fortunately, you have several housing options near campus and throughout the Cedar Valley.
Set up your My Hawkeye Account
Your My Hawkeye account provides online access to personal college information. You will receive directions with your acceptance letter on how to set up your account. Learn more about My Hawkeye.
Attend MORE to Register for Classes
You will need to attend a MORE Orientation and Registration session to register for classes. Watch your Hawkeye email for more information. See New Student/New Program Registration.