Current Students

Geography majors

UNI's Department of Geography gives students the opportunity to join the rapidly growing geographic information systems (GIS) field with the undergraduate degree in geographic information science (GISc) and certificate in GIS. Thanks to a new bridge program with Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, UNI's program is growing with the industry.

Academic Resources
Academic Resources

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Information Resources
Information Resources

From navigating your way around campus, to finding help with academics and setting your career path, UNI provides the tools students need to be successful. 

Student Life
Student Life

Experience all UNI has to offer from 300+ clubs and organizations to NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics to Broadway shows.

Health and Safety
Health and Safety

UNI offers a variety of wellness and safety resources to students, faculty and staff.

Diversity
Diversity

UNI values diversity and offers a variety of programs and services.

Calendars
Calendars

For important dates and campus events.

National Student Exchange

Accolades

The UNI National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Chapter earned National Gold Status. NSSLHA is the national organization for graduate and undergraduate students interested in the study of normal and disordered human communication.

Rebecca Gronewold, a senior, received the Excellence of Scholarship Award from the National Council for Geographic Education. Award recipients will be honored during a ceremony held at the 2014 National Conference on Geography Education presented by the National Council for Geographic Education.

Three UNI graduating students have received the Lux Service Award for their exemplary service to the university: Daye Pope, a political communication major from Clear Lake; Kayla McCormick, an exercise science and sports psychology major from Caledonia, Minn.; and Ramya Varadaraju, a computer science major from India.  

Electronic media student Isaac Campbell won five Awards of Achievement at the 23rd Iowa Motion Picture Awards for his documentary "Aspire," (co-directed with electronic media graduate Glenna Goldman) and for "Ghosts," "Bravi", "Such Men Lived" and "Colts Recruitment." The Iowa Motion Picture Awards recognize outstanding creative and technical achievement in Iowa's moving image production industry in a statewide competition held annually.

Electronic media graduate Cassandra Milbrandt's documentary film "Nolan" received the Award of Excellence in the Student Production category in the 23rd Iowa Motion Picture Awards 2014. The Iowa Motion Picture Awards recognize outstanding creative and technical achievement in Iowa's moving image production industry, in all its forms. The Award of Excellence is its highest  award. "Nolan" tells the story of Milbrandt's brother Nolan, who is autistic.

The UNI American Marketing Association completed the Blue Zones Project™ Organization Checklist. The pledge actions they completed include offering healthy food options at meetings, , hosting well-being and educational events, promoting volunteer opportunities and helping members find their purpose through workshops and career-oriented goals.

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Inside UNI launched in January 2013 replacing UNI Online and MyUNIverse News. Visit the UNI Online archives for information published prior to January 2013.
Monday, Jul 21, 2014
College Hill Farmers Market to feature DJs

The College Hill Farmers Market brings fresh, local foods to the UNI campus and surrounding communities from 4 to 6 p.m. every Thursday, now through October. The CEEE sponsors and manages the market on the corner of College and W. 22nd streets. On July 24 the market will feature an all-vinyl party with double DJs Pals and Dusty.

Tuesday, Jul 15, 2014
Campus wildflower walks

Laura Jackson, director of the Tallgrass Prairie Center, will lead a tour of wildflowers on campus. Take a Well-being Walk from 10 to 10:30 a.m., Thursday, July 17, starting at the Maucker Union Plaza; on July 24, the tour starts near the Panther Plot (behind the Biology Research Complex). Different flowers are in bloom every week, so come for one or both. Contact Laura Jackson with questions.

Tuesday, Jun 17, 2014
Revised policies
Tuesday, Jun 17, 2014
Migraine and quality of life study

Adults with migraines are invited to participate in a University of Iowa research study to learn if a skills workshop can lead to improvements in headaches. For more information, complete an online survey or call 319-384-2845.

Tuesday, Jun 10, 2014
Summer construction projects

There are a number of construction projects taking place on campus. A map on the Facilities Planning website shows the location, approximate duration and alternate routes around construction projects

Tuesday, Jun 10, 2014
Wireless network access for UNI guests and visitors

UNI is offering complimentary wifi access to visitors and guests via the 'attwifi' network, which will replace 'UNI-Guest' in most campus locations. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to continue using the secure 'WiFi-UNI' network. More information is posted on the ITS website.

Tuesday, Jun 10, 2014
Abandoned bikes

A number of abandoned bikes around campus were confiscated by the UNI Police on May 27 and 28. If your bike is missing, contact the UNI Police at 273-2712.

Tuesday, Jun 3, 2014
Spring 2014 International Panther is now available

The spring edition of the CIEP International Panther is available online. Read about current students, CIEP alumni, social and cultural activities, special programs and more.

Monday, Jun 2, 2014
Summer Wellness and Fitness News now posted

Summer issues of the June Student Health 101 (SH101), New Student Orientation Issue of Student Health 101 (SH101), the WRS E-Newsletter and the WRS Personal Fitness are now posted online. SH101 is a national publication focusing on college student interests. The WRS newsletters focus on WRS activities and topics of the month.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Action needed so students can charge to their u-bill this summer
If you know student employees not enrolled for summer who are working on campus and want the ability to charge to their university bill, email their name, university ID number and summer campus affiliation to diningtech@uni.edu. Otherwise, only enrolled students have the charge privilege.