CIEP students and staff have access to all resources provided by the University of Northern Iowa. Follow the links below to find out about many of these resources. More information can also be found on the UNI website: www.uni.edu
The Rod Library offers services for UNI students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The Rod Library services include: Access to print and electronic materials, course reserves, disability services, distance learners, interlibrary loans, library instruction, photocopy services, reference services, computer access and study areas. Click here to view a presentation about the services at Rod Library.
The UNI Computer Consulting Center (CCC) provides students and staff with assistance for all ITS supported software applications. The CCC helps to reset passphrases, facilitate software purchasing, assist with computer performance, trouble shooting and data recovery. The CCC Help Desk is located in Room 36 of the ITTC Building. Call 319-273-5555 to contact the CCC.
UNI provides computer labs for students and instructional purposes throughout campus. For a complete list, visit the ITS website at: http://www.uni.edu/its/labs
Students and staff have access to the UNI Wellness and Recreation Services (WRS), which includes recreation and fitness facilities. Fitness courses and certifications are also available. For more information, visit the UNI Wellness & Recreation Services website.
The UNI Student Health Clinic can provide general medical care, routine health exams, injury evaluations, immunizations, mental health services, travel consultations, allergy injections, lab testing, eating disorders management, women's health services, and pharmacy services. For more information, visit the UNI Student Health Clinic website.
For more information on safety and health at UNI, visit: www.uni.edu/resources/safety_health
The Student Disability Services (SDS) office collaborates with students who have disabilities in an effort to coordinate support services and programs that enable equal access to an education and university life. For more information about SDS, please visit: www.uni.edu/sds