For Prospective Students
For Current Students
New students: You will receive a letter from the Office of Admissions providing your HawkID and password. The HawkID and password will be used for entry into ICON and ISIS.
View the HawkID tutorial.
A HawkID password policy has been created to protect students, employees, and resources across campus. Policy guidelines include:
Tools have been provided to make it easier for you to change your password, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without the aid of the Help Desk or STSG. Enrollment for this service is available at the university's HawkID website. For more information, see hawkid.uiowa.edu or contact the ITS Help Desk, 319-384-HELP, 2800 University Capitol Centre.
View the ISIS tutorial that includes information about setting up your uiowa.edu email.
Every University of Iowa (UI) student is automatically assigned an email address/alias that the university uses to send official communications to. This is typically in the format firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make sure your "uiowa.edu" emails are received, MBA-PM students MUST choose one of these two options:
OPTION A—Route Your "uiowa.edu" E-mail Alias to an Existing Email Account (e.g., gmail, johndeere.com):
This option allows MBA-PM students to receive their "uiowa.edu" emails in their work or home email account.
To Route Your "uiowa.edu" Alias
OPTION B—Create a Hawkmail E-mail Account to Access Your "uiowa.edu" Emails:
This option provides a separate account for students to maintain their "uiowa.edu" emails.
To Request a Hawkmail Account:
To Log in to Hawkmail:
To Stop Receiving Mass Emails from On-campus UI Organizations (Optional)
UI students will receive emails related to campuswide student organizations and activities unless they "unsubscribe" from them. To opt out of receiving these emails, follow these steps:
Need Help with Email? Go to cs.its.uiowa.edu/exchange/hawkmail.shtml or call the UI ITS Help Desk at 319-384-HELP (4357).
ICON (Iowa Courses Online) is a web-based tool that houses course sites, which are managed by your instructors, as well as program sites.
The MBA-PM Program maintains a password-protected, online site exclusively for enrolled students in our classes. It is housed on ICON (Iowa Courses Online).
Examples of the information available on this site include:
To access ICON:
For more information, review Instructions for Using ICON
View the ISIS tutorial.
ISIS is a UI-wide self-service information system. You will need to know your HawkID and password to use ISIS. Although many ISIS features (like course registration) are designed for on-campus students, MBA-PM students will use ISIS to:
Note: ISIS cannot be used to add/drop MBA-PM courses. You will continue to make changes in your registration through EMBARC at www.biz.uiowa.edu/mbapm/registration-4-classes. Your username and password for EMBARC will remain unchanged regardless of changes in your HawkID and HawkID password.
UI students are able to download or access software through the Campus Software Program and online through Virtual Desktop. If you would like more information on these options, see the UI ITS website. If you have difficulty with this process, you may call the ITS Help Desk at 319-384-4357, email them at email@example.com, or chat with them live online.
MBA Math is a self-paced, online quantitative skills course with 22 lessons covering basic quantitative skills in finance, accounting, economics, statistics, and spreadsheets. This could be useful for new students just beginning the MBA-PM program or for continuing students who want a refresher. The goal of MBA Math is to be ready to begin the core MBA courses, not to learn the advanced concepts you will learn in your MBA course work. With greater confidence of a firmer quantitative foundation, students who take MBA Math should be in a better position to take on the formidable challenges of the MBA quantitative core courses.
Students work at their own pace through an exercise-driven, active problem-solving approach, according to their particular needs, making use of the teaching materials as needed. The MBA Math topics each have their own pre-quizzes, teaching materials, exercises, and post-quizzes. This program is used by students attending more than 100 MBA programs; the full course generally takes 20 to 40 hours to complete.
The cost for this is $149 for one year. Within this year, you will have unlimited access to all modules.
Associate Professor Jeff Ohlmann has created some online Excel tutorials designed to familiarize students with the Excel functions they will be using in the quantitative MBA courses. If you want to get an Excel refresher, you are encouraged to use this free resource.
Lesson 1: Intro to Spreadsheet Environment
Lesson 2: Intro to Using Excel Formula
Lesson 3: Intro to Charting in Excel
Lesson 4: Summarizing Data in Excel
Lesson 5: Basic Statistical Functions in Excel
Lesson 6: Excel Tables & Advanced Functions
As these tutorials are fairly new, we appreciate any feedback you have about them. Feel free to send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, including details on what you liked and suggestions for improvement.
To obtain the MBA-PM Excel tutorial links, email your request to email@example.com.
The Iowa One Card is the official identification card of the University of Iowa. To receive a nonphoto ID from the University of Iowa, you will need to complete a University of Iowa No-Picture Student ID Card Request Form and scan/email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to University of Iowa, Iowa One Card Center, 3 JH, Iowa City, IA 52242.
Please note: Students wishing to purchase student tickets to UI arts or athletic events will need to come to campus to obtain an Iowa One Card with a photo. A University of Iowa picture ID card may be obtained on the Iowa City campus at the Iowa One Card Center.