Front Rush is an online management system used by student-athletes, coaches, and athletics department staff members. Once downloaded to a smart phone, student-athletes may access forms related to NCAA Compliance Certification, summer school aid request and other sport-specific information.
TeamWorks is the primary collaboration tool for coaches and Hawkeye student-athletes and can be downloaded at any smart phone app store. The platform helps student-athletes navigate and adapt to the demanding schedule of a Division 1 athlete. TeamWorks is a way for Hawkeyes to:
· Connect and engage with teammates and coaches.
· Travel like champions by streamlining competition logistics and itineraries.
· Have Information readily available.
· Be at the right place at the right time with scheduling and calendar tools as well as reminders and
Helper Helper is the premier volunteer and event platform for intercollegiate athletics. After downloading from a smart phone app store, the application connects student-athletes to event opportunities within the six pillars of the Hawkeye Life Program. Interested in community engagement? Sign up to work on a habitat house via the Helper Helper app. Do you want to create a budget after graduation? Sign up for the financial literacy workshop. Throughout your collegiate experience, the app can provide a detailed report of volunteerism, track a student’s leadership activities and easily mobilize volunteers — capturing accurate data to include on a resume after graduation.
GradesFirst is a web based tool to help student-athletes manage their academic lives on campus through automated student services and academically related communications. Student-athletes can review academic information, schedule tutor appointments, communicate with professors, counselors, and mentors. Staff at the Student-Athlete Academic Services office also use the tool to alert professors of travel schedules.
Hawkeye Connections is a mentoring program for University of Iowa student-athletes that connects students’ with UI faculty and staff, as well as local community members. Mentors are identified as someone who has either taught, made, or willing to make a direct academic or personal impact on student-athletes at the University of Iowa. The program is open to all student-athletes, but specifically targets freshmen. Students have the opportunity to receive advice from mentors on their majors, potential careers, and life skills. Click the below link to learn more (NOTE: The Hawkeye Connections site is password protected. A Hawkid log in will be required to access the link.)