COVID-19 Updates

University COVID-19 Information and Resources

Please check the Iowa State University COVID-19: Moving Forward website and Inside Iowa State regularly for updates and current Iowa State policies.

Iowa State COVID-19 Information and Resources


LAS Updates

For college-specific information for students and faculty and employees, please check the LAS COVID-19 Updates Page. This page includes messages from Dean Beate Schmittmann and other resources.

LAS COVID-19 Updates


Greenlee School Updates


Greenlee Offices

Greenlee’s main office is open 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday in the summer. You can also reach the main office by calling 515-294-4342 or emailing

If you have IT support questions, contact If you have questions related to Greenlee labs, contact

To reach Greenlee faculty or staff, see our online directory.

Academic and Faculty Advising

Your academic or faculty advisor remains your point of contact for advising-related questions.

Advising appointments are by appointment only (virtual or in person if there’s a pressing need). Schedule advising meetings with the academic advisors (Jessica Hansen-Moench, Kelsie Poe and Juli Probasco-Sowers) through EAB or by calling 515-294-4342.

ISU Laptop Requirement and Greenlee IT Laptop Recommendations

All students at Iowa State University are required to own or obtain a laptop computer or other device appropriate to their discipline. Iowa State University Information Technology Services established an information page about the requirement.

To support students, the university is making laptops available through the Iowa State Library Laptop Loaner Program. For details, visit the ITS information page, and click on “What if I can’t afford to buy my own laptop computer?”

The college has additional information on LAS-specific recommendations. Our IT staff has additional information on Greenlee-specific recommendations for optimum compatibility with Greenlee lab computers.

COVID-19 and Internships

Summer 2021

Because the impact of COVID-19 on employment remains uncertain, we’ve installed a safety net for 499A internships. While we anticipate most students will secure a 499A internship, we have a back-up plan if COVID-19 eliminates your options. If you’re graduating in 2021 but by mid-April are still struggling to secure an internship, please make an appointment with your faculty advisor to discuss the 499 summer “safety net” internship class.

Prior to registering for the summer course students must provide the following to their advisor:

  • Documentation of six targeted cover letters and applications
  • Updated resume
  • Updated portfolio
  • Proof of attendance at a career fair, or a meeting with someone at LAS Career Services

Summer 2020

COVID-19 Internship Policy for Spring/Summer 2020Last updated May 15, 2020