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We continue to monitor and prepare for additional cases in Iowa and will adjust the university schedule or classes as needed. Please check our COVID-19 webpage for updates and other information.

Frequently Asked Questions for students can be found here.

*The Admissions and Financial Aid Offices will serve students entirely remotely. Employees of these offices will be available to assist students and their families Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. via their Clarke email and phone extension.  For admissions-related questions, please contact the Admissions Office at admissions@clarke.edu or 563-588-6316.  For questions regarding financial aid, please contact the  Financial Aid Office at financialaid@clarke.edu or 563-588-6327.

Discover Dubuque: A city with IMPACT

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It’s not what you think

We hear it so often that we’ve come to expect it – prospective students and families who visit Dubuque for the first time are “pleasantly surprised” or report that “it’s not at all what I thought it would be.” That’s because Dubuque really is a Masterpiece on the Mississippi – and it’s a great place to live and go to school. So go ahead, explore Dubuque on our site – but remember, the best way to truly experience it is to be here.

So much to do, so little time

Stand at the Dubuque County Court House in the center of downtown and you are within five miles of:

  • Illinois or Wisconsin (head just over the bridges for a great getaway to historic Galena, Ill., or Madison, Wis.).
  • The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, an affiliate of the national Smithsonian Institution, with its new 4-D theater experience.
  • Dubuque Fighting Saints, a USHL hockey team that plays in the 3,200-seat Mystique Ice Center.
  • The Town Clock Plaza, home to free outdoor music and festivals from May through September.
  • The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra and three community theater facilities.
  • The Five Flags Center and the Mississippi Moon Bar which bring national touring acts to Dubuque.
  • The Fenelon Place Elevator (it’s the world’s shortest, steepest scenic railway, where by day or night you’ll get a great view of the historic Dubuque business district, the Mississippi River and three states).
  • Kennedy Mall, Target, Best Buy and a host of national chains – nestled between local dining and retail favorites.
  • Mother Nature’s handiwork that can be viewed along bike trails, above the Lock & Dam at Eagle Point Park, at the Mines of Spain outdoor recreation and nature center or along the Mississippi river walk.