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Catch up or get ahead -- register for Winter Session 2018. Classes take place January 2-12 and are open to Iona undergrad and grad students, as well as visiting students.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) filing for 2018 opened on October 1. File your FAFSA now… it’s the first step to securing funds for your education. Iona Student Financial Services values our role in helping support students and their families throughout their Iona careers. Begin your journey to Move the World.
Many Transfer students arrive on the Iona campus every year. It may be a perfect fit for you too! We are accepting applications for Spring & Fall 2018.
In a continued effort to deliver top-notch academic facilities to its students, Iona College opened a new multimedia digital lab and radio booth for use by the Mass Communication Department.
A truly interdisciplinary degree, the BA in Arts Leadership combines the expertise in the departments of Fine and Performing Arts, Mass Communication, and the School of Business.
Prospective undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to visit during our weekly and special information sessions and tours. Click here for details and to registrar. Graduate information sessions are held at both our New Rochelle campus and at Iona's Rockland Graduate Center.
The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation awards an additional $750k this fall for Thomas Paine Institute at Iona.
Iona College hosted its fourth annual IonaTHON dance marathon Friday, December 1, in the Hynes Athletics Center.
Students, faculty and alumni making news.
How will you move the world? Explore the possibilities at Iona, a supportive, tight-knit community that will challenge your mind, nurture your creativity, and ignite your passion for meaningful service and ethical leadership.
Prospective undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to visit during our weekly and special information sessions and tours. Click here for details and to register. Graduate information session are held at both our New Rochelle campus and at Iona's Rockland Graduate Center.
Campus Virtual Tour
If you can’t make the visit in person, take a virtual tour of Iona's campuses – including video, photo galleries and 360-degree images.
Check here for the latest campus news and events, as well as updates on Gael athletics, important dates and schedules, and links to a variety of student services, resources and more.
Follow Iona on social media to stay updated on all the fun and exciting events going on on campus!
Our website provides information and resources that will help you stay connected with the Iona community. Get details on upcoming campus events and the latest news on how Iona students are moving the world.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Filing for 2018 opened on October 1. File your FAFSA now… it’s the first step to securing funds for your education.
For Prospective Undergrad & Grad Students
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.
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.
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.
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.
April 13, 2018
Please save the date for the 2018 Scholarship Award Gala, an evening celebrating Iona College presented by the Iona College Board of Trustees. The gala will take place at Cipriani 42nd St.
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.