Veteran Student Services Coordinator Julia Heuer and six members of the Counseling Center staff -- Priscilla Villarreal, Jennifer Murra, Stephanie Germann, Stephanie Harken, Gretchen Honsell, and David Towle -- traveled to Illinois State University in May to attend a training session on working with military service members and veterans on campus.
Welcome from the Interim Vice President
Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs and the University of Northern Iowa. We have developed this website and the associated links in an effort to provide timely, accurate and clear information. Whether you are a prospective student, new student, returning student or anyone seeking information about services at UNI, we are hopeful this information can assist you. However, if you are having difficulty finding what you need or would like further assistance to address questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our office. We will do our best to assist you and/or put you in contact with those who can best serve your needs.
Interim Vice President for Student Affairs
Jenny Connolly, Assistant Director of Admissions, was named an Iowa Rising Star by the Iowa Association for College Admission Counseling during the May 19-21 state conference held in Sioux City, IA. The award recognizes and encourages the work of admission counselors in their first five years in the profession who are impacting and creating new programs for students in transition.
The Organizational Communication Assessment class at the University of Northern Iowa is conducting a research study about communication within the workplace. The purpose of the research study is to obtain a better understanding of UNI’s communication model and to learn about the variety of communication channels used to send and receive information across the UNI campus.
Financial Aid Counselor, Elizabeth Minard, has received the Outstanding Young Professional Award. The award was given at the annual IASFAA (Iowa Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators) conference. The conference was held in Des Moines on April 4-5. The award recognizes the achievements of a financial aid professional who has been in the financial aid profession for five years or less but has already made significant contributions.