Bender Hall PAIR - Haley
Major: Communicative Disorders
Hometown: Solon, Iowa
Where do I Get Involved: Panther Pep Crew, Bender Hall PAiR, SAA, volleyball intramurals, Bender Hall DA, UNI chapter of Phi Eta Sigma NHS, Bender Hall ELLC representative, Dance Marathon, SI study sessions
My "Favorites" at UNI: Bender Hall, Homecoming week, campus in the fall, the roof of Maucker Union, football games, purple & gold
Advice to New Students: The importance of time management, the friends you have at the beginning of the year might change by the end, remember to relax, have fun, enjoy the college experience because it flies by, and always stay true to yourself
Bender Hall PAIR - Natalie
Hometown: Cedar Falls, Iowa
Where do I Get Involved: Bender ELLC Group Member, Bender Hall PAIR
My "Favorites" at UNI: I love to spend time at Maucker Union, Rod Library and in my residence hall while on campus at UNI. I enjoy the social atmosphere they offer, as well as a place to focus on some studying and school work.
Advice to New Students: Be yourself and ask for help when you need it. There are many people and resources on campus to help you feel comfortable and allow you to be your best self during your first year at UNI!
Campbell Hall PAIR - JD
Major: Leisure, Youth & Human Services
Minor(s): NonProfit Management Certificate
Hometown: Central City, Iowa
Where do I Get Involved: UNI Ballroom and Swing, Panther Marching Band, Play Taps for Cedar Falls Amvets
My "Favorites" at UNI: Apple Cider at Chats, WRC track and Rockwall
Advice to New Students: If you need help ask. Get outside of your comfort zone. Set up a weekly schedule that way you don't miss deadlines.
Dancer Hall PAIR - Claire
Major: Elementary Education / Middle Level Education
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Where do I Get Involved: Fitness instructor ( I teach Kickboxing, Cardio and Sculpt and Tone), Chats, Club Tennis team, Dancer Senate, St. Stephen's Catholic church
My "Favorites" at UNI: The people, Chats, their Pumpkin Bars
Advice to New Students: Don't be afraid to try new things, you never know what you might end up loving.
Dancer Hall PAIR - Yakira
Major: Social Work
Hometown: Des Moines, Iowa
Where do I Get Involved: Black Student Union, EXCEL, Peer Mentor
My "Favorites" at UNI: The Union and the Library
Advice to New Students: Utilize your campus resources! Always keep up with you syllabus and be open to trying new things.
Hagemann Hall PAIR - Lexy
Hometown: New Hampton, IA
Where do I get Involved: Intramural volleyball, Campus Activities Board, Pep Crew, Senate, volunteering at the Covenant Medical Center
My "Favorites" at UNI: Among all the great opportunities and events hosted around campus, I love how I feel right at home no matter where I am on campus.
Advice to New Students: Don't be afraid to try new things and fail. College is about exploring your options and finding what you are passionate about. Sometimes you may stumble on the path to success.
Noehren Hall PAIR - Ally
Major: Earth Science
Hometown: West Des Moines, Iowa
Where do I get Involved: SGE Earth Science Honor Society, Noehren Hall Senate, Student Patrol
My "Favorites" at UNI: Chat's Caramel Cream Tea, all the squirrles, the Greenhouse, and Noehren Hall
Advice to New Students: Branch out! Don't be afraid to meet new people. There are so many students on campus that may be looking for a new friend too! Professors are here to help, don't be afraid to ask questions.
Rider Hall PAIR - Morgan
Hometown: Norwalk, Iowa
Where do I get Involved: UNI Dance Marathon
My "Favorites" at UNI: Going to sporting events with friends and going for walks around campus!
Advice to New Students: Try your best and do not ever hesitate to ask questions! Wherever you go on campus, there is always someone willing to help.
Shull Hall PAIR - Christine
Major(s): Elementary Education
Hometown: Urbandale, IA
Where do I get Involved: St. Stephen the Witness, Senate, RHA
My "Favorites" at UNI: I love watching the Glee Club Christmas show, listening to the Carillon bells, the children's section of the library is my go to study spot, dinner in the dining center with my friends.
Advice to New Students: It's okay to be yourself. You will find a place and a group of people that you fit in with here at UNI. You can ask for help and not be afraid. UNI has a great community and you will find someone to help you with whatever you need.