Welcome to the updated NISG website. You should notice some immediate changes, including the website's overall look.
The Northern Iowa Student Government is committed to supporting students. To help accomplish this mission, NISG began production of its updated site in Summer 2009. The new site went live on Jan. 11.
The primary goal of the redesign was to enhance the average user's experience by making the site easier to navigate and read.
Your favorite NISG services are still intact. Visit the Transportation section under Student Resources to learn more about the Panther Shuttle and Weekend SafeRide. If you need a new roommate or a place to live, check out the Housing List. More changes are slated to take place over the Spring semester, including the creation of a Diversity tab which will house information and links related to diversity at UNI.
Questions or concerns about the redesign can be directed at Director of Public Relations Megan Parrott at email@example.com.
The Northern Iowa Student Government would like to extend a welcome to new and returning students as the Spring 2010 semester begins. NISG is committed to supporting students. This website is your gateway to numerous student resources.
NISG also maintains a Facebook group. Just search "NISG Outreach." NISG has a Twitter account as well (www.twitter.com/nisg). Join the group and follow us for regular updates.
And as always, feel free to stop by our office with questions or to say "hey." More information (like our location and office hours) can be found here: http://www.uni.edu/studentorgs/nisg/nisg-resources/contact.
Student Body President Adam Haselhuhn delivered the State of the Student Body Address on Dec. 16, 2009. The transcript of the speech is attached.
The University of Northern Iowa and the Joy Cole Corning Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series welcome His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet to campus. As of Jan. 8, UNI student vouchers are still available for both events (morning conversation and afternoon keynote address). Students can pick up their vouchers at any UNItix location. Students will need to present a valid student ID and are strongly encouraged to get their vouchers by Jan. 31.
To learn more about the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet and associated events at UNI, see www.uni.edu/dalailama.
The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet's visit to UNI is supported by the Joy Cole Corning Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Two Old Hippies LLC, Humanities Iowa (a state-based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities) and other grants and private donations.
The Northern Iowa Student Government was formed because we, the students of the University of Northern Iowa, exist not only as individuals, but also as a community. The purpose of NISG, and its constitution, is to unify our student community by establishing this student government. The Northern Iowa Student Government is committed to improving the administration of student affairs, encouraging the greatest level of communication and cooperation, ensuring the protection of student rights, and providing excellence in education.