Be more by getting involved! Check out more than 100 student organizations and meet many of the Cedar Valley's non-profit groups to find the right fit for you. The Student Involvement Fair is a partnership between the Student Involvement Center and the Volunteer Center of Cedar Valley.
The American Red Cross and Sigma Alpha Epsilon will host the first of four blood drives during the 2015-16 academic year. Sign up for appointments online or at the information booths in Maucker Union the week before and the week of the drive.
International students will join UNI faculty and staff for dinner and conversation.
The West Intramural fields will be lit up and ready for sport clubs to show off their skills, recruit new members and Intramurals will also be ready for flag football. Come out and play!
Join other new and current transfer students and UNI campus leaders for an ice cream social.
Spikeball is a team sport played by two teams of two players. The object of the game is to hit the ball into the net so that the opposing team cannot return it. This is a high energy, fast moving game. Participants are sure to love it
Join Outdoor Recreation for fun on the pond! Canoes, kayaks and paddle boards will be available.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in a scavenger hunt, play outdoor games, and enjoy goodies from local businesses. TC and TK will be on hand to help welcome new students to downtown Cedar Falls...their new home away from home! Panthers on Main is sponsored by Cedar Falls Community Credit Union and UNI Credit Union. Note: Free bus transportation to and from campus and Main Street departing approximately every 15 minutes. The first bus leaves campus at 10:45am and the last bus leaves Main Street at 2:15pm.
Walk, run, or bike – you choose! Walk: enjoy a leisurely guided walk led by Tallgrass Prairie Center staff which will explore the Campus Preserves and trail system near campus. Run: the Panther Pacers Running Club will lead a run along trails east and northeast of campus. Bike: let UNI staff members who enjoy cycling lead you along trails east and north of campus, through Black Hawk Park and around Big Woods Lake – must bring your own bike and helmet to participate. Note: the Run and Bike tours will stop at Panthers on Main before returning to campus.