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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.

Go Panthers!
Jan Hanish
Interim Vice President for Student Affairs

Recipients of the Sue Follon Exemplary Service Award at this year’s annual division luncheon from L to R; Dr. Hogan, Cathy Wylam, Lynne Lemert, Kristi Marchesani, and Henderson Thomas

The staff at Piazza pose with decorations as part of 2015's Halloween celebrations

President Bill Ruud addresses graduates at the 2015 fall commencement

Northern Iowa's intramural football champions Team UNIted recently qualified for nationals in Florida

Participants celebrate 2015's American's with Disabilities 25th Anniversary Celebration Walk

TC and TK assist Rialto Cook, Nancy Klodt as she prepares pancakes for guests as part of an alumni breakfast at Homecoming

Staff and students pose after assisting in the Family Weekend opening event at GBPAC

Staff and students take the "It's on Us" pledge, part of a national campaign to stop sexual assault

Students look on as President Ruud speaks at the Rainbow Reception, an annual event to welcome back LGBT* students and their allies

Dr. Hogan welcomes Celeste Bembry on stage at the 2016 Student Affairs division luncheon to receive Helping Students Succeed award

More than 1500 guests will be welcomed to UNI Up-Close events February 17, 24

Posted on Friday, February 10th, 2012

UNI welcomes admitted students to campus February 17 and 24 for Up-Close, an event coordinated by Admissions.  UNI Up-Close gives admitted students the opportunity to explore the UNI experience and facilities in an in-depth format. 
 
The event is a campus-wide effort to give students more information about majors, student activities,  academic resources, social opportunities, and the lifestyle of students living on campus.  A lunch in UNI’s award-winning dining centers helps students complete the picture of what their live will be like next fall.
 

Diversity Matters Award winners presented at Annual Town Hall Meeting

Posted on Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Five members of the UNI community were recently honored as recipients of the Diversity Matters Award.  President Ben Allen and Provost Gloria Gibson presented the awards at the Annual Town Hall Meeting on Diversity on February 1, 2012.  The award seeks to recognize exceptional contributions to the achievement of the university’s diversity-related goals.  Recipients are nominated by their peers and selected by the President’s Diversity Council, chaired by Vice President Terry Hogan.
 

Student volunteer crews save local agencies $8000 in a single day of service

Posted on Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

More than 185 UNI students volunteered Monday, January 16, as part of the Martin Luther King Day of Service.  Student participation has doubled each year since 2010.  Volunteer crews helped at Country View Nursing Home, Grout Museum, Northeast Iowa Food Bank, Hospitality House, Catholic worker House, Stork’s Nest, Angel House and the Center for Energy and Environmental Education (CEEE).
Accomplishments included:

UNI spring MAP-Works contributes to new student success

Posted on Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Between January 31 and February 21, 2012, 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) spring survey. Ninety-two percent of UNI freshmen took the Fall 2012 survey. Immediately after taking the spring survey each student receives an individualized, confidential report that includes valuable feedback, recommendations and information related to succeeding in college.

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