Other Programs & Services
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Academic Learning Services
007/008 Industrical Teaching and Technology Center (ITTC) (319) 273-6023
Services include reading and study strategies and examination services.
Academic Advising and Career Services
242 Gilchrist (319) 273-6857
Information on degree and major requirements, choosing a major, selecting courses, as well as assisting with any aspect of student life that affects academics. Placement assists undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni in seeking and obtaining internships, professional employment and graduate school information.
Center for Multicultural Education
109 Maucker Union (319) 273-2250
The CME provides cultural, educational, and social activities and programs which promote cross-cultural awareness and multicultural understanding among all members of the UNI campus and community.
Controller’s Office 256 Gilchrist (319) 273-2164
Assist students with financial counseling, university bills, promissory loans (Perkins & Direct) and fee payments. Cash personal checks up to $50, disburse short-term loans and financial aid checks.
103 Student Health Center (319) 273-2676
Assistance with personal and relationship counseling (individual and group sessions). This center promotes the personal development and psychological well-being of all students and encourages a college environment that is conductive to growth and learning.
Dean of Students Office
118 Gilchrist Hall (319) 273-2332
The Dean of Students Office assists students with personal concerns (such as injury, illness, death in the family), assists students who may be the victim of another student's violation of the Student Conduct Code, and serves as a first point of contact when students, faculty, or families are not sure where to ask a question.
Department of Residence
010 Redeker Dining Center (319) 273-2333
This office will help with on-campus leadership opportunities, roommate issues, room and board plan questions, special dietary needs, student employment opportunities, and catering special events.
Education Opportunity Programs and Special Community Services:
Academic Learning Center
007/008 Industrical Teaching and Technology Center (ITTC) (319) 273-2346
Tutorial sessions for improvement of writing papers in assigned courses, assistance in improving writing skills in general. Assistance in improving math skills is also offered in tutorial sessions. The program provides assistance with course selection, registration, academic, career and personal counseling; and monitoring of academic progress.
Educational Opportunity Center|
800 Sycamore St., Waterloo, IA (319) 433-1220
Assist adults (19 and over) with GED or post-secondary educational placement, financial aid forms, loans, scholarships, career counseling and referrals to additional funding sources.
Student Support Services
007 Industrial Teaching and Technology Center (ITTC) (319) 273-2179
This program is an academic support service for eligible students at the University. The program consists of academic skill development; financial aid, academic, career and personal counseling; assistance with course selection and registration, and monitoring of academic progress.
800 Sycamore St., Waterloo, IA (319) 433-1220
Several of the Center’s programs are geared toward, but not limited to, low income and persons of color. Identifying community needs, providing educational opportunities for people of all ages and races, and assisting students in becoming comfortable and confident in learning are the Center’s main goals. This is implemented through the offering of a variety of programs – Classic Upward Bound, Upward Bound Math and Science, Educational Talent Search, Educational Opportunity Center, and GEAR UP.
Ronald E. McNair
007 Industrial Teaching and Technology Center (ITTC) (319) 273-2284
This program is designed to increase the number of students from underrepresented backgrounds who enter graduate studies leading to the Ph.D. degree. Participants are provided with an academic enrichment program that provides tutoring, academic counseling, an opportunity for a summer internship, financial aid and admissions assistance, research opportunities, and faculty mentors.
Financial Aid Office
225 Gilchrist 273-2700
The goal of the Financial Aid Office is to help you obtain financial assistance and to achieve your educational goals. There are a variety of financial aid programs such as grants, student employment, loans and scholarships available to UNI students.
Jumpstart (Office of Admissions)
120 Gilchrist 273-2281
Provides ethnic minority students a “jump start” on their first year at the University. It is a five day program that offers participants early move in, course registration in learning communities, cluster housing in the residence halls, and social activities to meet other Jump Start students, faculty/staff, and former Jump Start participants.
Multicultural Initiatives in Teaching
205 Schindler Ed. Center 273-2924
A program designed to promote cultural diversity in education and assist minorities in obtaining a degree in teaching. You will receive academic counseling and tutoring sessions with student assistants who help you make the transition to university life.
Office of Disability Services
213 East Bartlett Hall 273-2676
Dedicated to serving the special needs of students and employees at the University of Northern Iowa. This office works with students and employees to ensure that all persons with disabilities have access to university activities, programs, and services.
227 Gilchrist 273-2241
Assist students with schedule changes, enrollment certification, veterans’ affairs, transcripts, schedule of classes/ university catalog, notary public, graduate admissions, teachers’ licensure and withdrawing from school.
Student Health Clinic
016 Student Health Center (319) 273-2009
On-campus health facility that is open to registered students in need of care. Appointments and walk-ins are welcome. Services include, but are not limited to: general medicine, immunizations and TB testing, allergy injections, pharmacy, physical examinations, urgent care visits and women’s heath.
Student Involvement and Activities Center
Maucker Union (319) 273-2683
Office dedicated to student organizations as well as planning a wide variety of on-campus activities. Provides information about current student organizations and how find the right organization for you!