UNI first-year students experience classroom communities that include professors who care about student success, small class sizes, and the presence of peer mentors who assist with the transition to college.
Successful students use their resources, from helpful academic advisors to academic support services. You'll find all of these resources at UNI, offered by faculty and staff members who care about your success.
Students who live on campus have higher grade point averages and are more likely to succeed in their academic programs. Living-learning communities at UNI combine academic opportunities with personal connections in a place where you belong.
Your orientation program is designed to help you connect with academic advisors, register for classes, meet other UNI students, and begin feeling at home on your new campus.
UNI faculty and staff are committed to helping students make a successful transition to college, and our campus community has systems in place to make sure support is readily available for students' individual needs.
The UNI Student Health Clinic and Wellness/Recreation Center specialize in college health, wellness and fitness. They understand today's college students and are committed to assisting you with your health and wellness needs.