For Parents

For Parents

Welcome Parents and Support Teams!

Have a question about what resources are available for you and your student?

Below are the most commonly requested Kirkwood resources. If you can't find what you are looking for or have a question, please let us know!

Family Resources

If your student is planning to transfer after Kirkwood, make sure they meet with the advising staff to ensure the appropriate courses are taken.

Access all college events, relevant holidays, breaks, commencement, school start/end dates, as well as registration and billing/payment/refunds dates.

View Calendar

Purchase books and supplies for class, plus get your student decked out in blue with the latest in Eagle apparel.

Visit the Bookstore

Student Health Clinic services are available at MercyCare Prairie Creek, located just across from main campus in Cedar Rapids.

Our counselors are available to assist with student academic, career and personal concerns.

Kirkwood does not own or operate student housing. But our Housing Office can assist your student with finding a nearby apartment and roommates. The majority of apartments are within walking distance from Kirkwood.

In MyHub, students can search and register for classes, pay tuition, view or request transcripts, access financial aid and tax information, change majors, view their class schedule, semester grades and more via our online portals.

Parents can also get access to pay tuition and view student records.

Open seven days a week, the library offers students a center for research and study as well as a quiet spot to read or rest between classes.

Your real-time connection to emergency information, updates, college closings, delays and more. Notifications can be sent via email or mobile device to parents and students.

Offers the most up-to-date news and information on what’s happening at Kirkwood.

Kirkwood News


Meeting people was as easy as hanging out in my own backyard. Last year I started playing basketball with two of my neighbors at the court behind our apartment complex and now they’re my roommates.

“Meeting people was as easy as hanging out in my own backyard. Last year I started playing basketball with two of my neighbors at the court behind our apartment complex and now they’re my roommates.”

Ricardo Ibarra,
Britt, Iowa

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