Many resources for students are available on the pages of the University of Northern Iowa website. The websites here provide information on topics ranging from the UNI application process to finding a job following graduation. The link for Prospective Students on the UNI homepage is a good starting place; it will tell you about living and eating on campus, paying for college, choosing a major and activities on campus. You can also learn about continuing and distance education as well as general information about UNI. Below is a list of other websites that you might find helpful.
Accessibility at UNI
Contact information for Student Disability Services and Vocation Rehabilitation can be found here.
Interested in UNI? Find out information for new freshman, transfer students, out-of-state students, international students and graduate students.
Land an internship that will build your resume! Visit Career Services for information on internships and cooperative programs, careers, job search resources, as well as pointers on writing resumes and cover letters and being interviewed.
Information on mental health and personal counseling services, workshops and special events.
Office of the Registrar
To register, view the schedule of classes and a list of closed/available classes, visit the Office of the Registrar.
Access informational resources that support your research and studies. General information and research help; a search mechanism for known books and articles; ways to find materials placed on reserve for a class; search by subject; and search databases can all be accessed via Rod Library online.
Access your online courses by logging on to eLearning.