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The UNI Admissions Office took the plunge for baby Landon in the fountain outside of Maucker Union.

Student Affairs staff from Health and Recreation Services and Student Wellness Services take the "It's on Us" pledge, a national campaign to stop sexual assault.

Families and students gather in GBPAC to meet with departments and organizations across campus.

President and Mrs. Ruud join NISG leaders and staff from Recreation, Facilities and Student Affairs to "Flip the Switch" on newly lighted recreation fields during Welcome Week.

Division of Student Affairs staff - Kristi Marchesani and Heather Place - were among those honored with the 2015 Diversity Matters Award.

Students explore downtown Cedar Falls at "Panthers on Main."

Students play life size boardgames in celebration of their return to UNI.

TC poses with students at the annual Welcome Week Picnic, an annual event welcoming students back to campus for the fall semester.

Student debt is down at UNI

Posted on Thursday, October 6th, 2011

According to Joyce Morrow, Director of Financial Aid, our official undergraduate student loan indebtedness went down from $25,735 to $25,523. This is a $212 reduction!  Reductions like this are rare, so this is a true reason to celebrate.

Flag Planting Remembrance September 11 unites community in relfection on anniversary of 9/11 tragedy (slide show)

Posted on Monday, September 12th, 2011

UNI faculty, staff, students and community members joined the Northern Iowa Student Government for a Flag Planting Remembrance on Sept. 11 at Lawther Field. Individuals planted flags in memory of each person who lost their life on 9/11.
 
A moment of silence was held at 8:37 a.m., 8:59 a.m., 9:03 a.m. and 9:28 a.m. (all CST), to commemorate the collapse of the World Trade Center Towers, and the crashes at the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania. University of Northern Iowa.
 

MAP-Works® Contributes to New Student Success

Between September 15 and October 6, 2014, new freshmen at UNI are strongly urged to increase their chances of social and academic success by taking the 15-minute MAP-Works® (Making Achievement Possible) survey.  Immediately after taking the survey each student receives an individualized report that includes valuable feedback, recommendations and information related to succeeding in college. 

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