Open House is a great way to explore Iona. Meet faculty, the Admissions and Financial Aid teams, plus visit a residence hall. Find out why you belong at Iona.
Iona College is pleased to announce the naming of its School of Business after Board of Trustee member, alumnus and benefactor Robert V. LaPenta ’67, ’00H. The College's AACSB accredited business program will henceforth carry the name LaPenta School of Business.
Iona is now accepting Transfer applications for the Spring 2019 semester. Spring classes begin on Tuesday, January 15 and Iona admits transfer students on a rolling basis, so it’s never too early to start your Iona journey. Contact our Transfer Team at (914) 633-2622.
Iona's new 39-credit MBA program curriculum allows you to earn a degree faster...and faster means less expensive. The program offers a flexible choice of courses, ample electives, and a variety of formats -- online, hybrid or on-campus.
Iona’s location – 30 minutes from Manhattan - means access to internships throughout New York City and the metropolitan area. Get a “hands-on” experience in your field of interest.
Prospective undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to visit during our weekly and special information sessions and tours. See more details and to register.
LaPenta School of Business named in honor of Trustee and Alumnus Robert V. LaPenta ’67, ’00H
On Thursday, July 26, Iona College celebrated the official groundbreaking of its new business school building with a ceremony that included alumni, friends, officials from Iona College and the City of New Rochelle, and members of the local community.
MIT Professor Leonard Guarente, Ph.D., to serve as Iona's first lecturer of 2018-19
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High school sophomores and juniors have the opportunity to earn three college credits while exploring a future an as entrepreneur! This cutting-edge program provides the skills needed to move creative new ideas from concept to execution. Learn more.
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Prospective undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to visit during our weekly and special information sessions and tours. See more details and register to attend.
Iona students and alumni are succeeding – and moving the world – every day thanks to your dedication and commitment. Access the faculty and staff tools and resources you need right here.
The Ionian is now digitized
Originally published in 1941 as The Iona Pinnacle, The Ionian is now digitized. Copies of issues from 1941 - April 2010 are now available to view and search through the library. Click here to view the archive.
Learn about I-CLAD
This program offers a variety of in-person training programs and online resources for Iona employees to enhance their abilities and specialties. Learn more & register for upcoming sessions.
Iona relies on you, our dedicated community of alumni and friends, to help us move our mission forward. This website will help you stay connected with your alma mater and your fellow Iona alumni.
Save the Date: Oct. 22
We hope you will join us at this year's golf outing in support of student scholarships. Reservations four foursomes are now being accepted.
Originally published in 1941 as The Iona Pinnacle, The Ionian is now digitized. Copies of issues from 1941-April 2010 are now available to view and search through the library. View the archive.