Join staff from the Office of Student Financial Aid to explore your personalized loan questions. Whether you're a freshman or an upcoming graduate, this session will assist in understanding your borrowing history and options for repayment.
Phi Sigma Pi will hold a food drive with proceeds going to the Northeast Iowa Food Bank. Drop-off boxes will be in each residence hall office, Maucker Union and Rod Library.
The Textiles & Apparel Progam (TAPP) and Infiniti Enterprises present Iowa's First Fashion Week "Rep the Runway," featuring Blu Collar Clothing. The show will feature Iowa and Cedar Valley's finest designers and performances by Lyrikal, Wes B, Prophet, Killaquay, and A Spell and Stazsa. Tickets can be purchased online at eventbrite.com or at the door, and are $5 with a student ID or $10. Doors open at 8 p.m.
UNI Dance Marathon will host the 3rd annual "day of" event. Registration is $20 and includes a t-shirt, free entertainment and two meals. Register at www.unidancemarathon.com/register. The fundraising goal is $125,000.
Reverend Dr. John H. Womack will be traveling to the Cedar Valley to be the keynote speaker during the Black Student Union's Toast for Change Banquet. Womack will share his testimony of how in 1977, with a mop and bucket, he started his own company and named it "John's Janitorial Services, Inc." His company quickly expanded and he soon became a well-established businessman, founding and becoming president of several companies. Womack often states that money and education are not requisites to starting a business or to making it in this world; rather, it is the proper state of mind or frame of reference.
The best way to see UNI is to meet us in person! You will have:
- an opportunity to speak with faculty about your academic interests
- time to talk with current UNI students
- group discussions about admission requirements, financing your college and living on campus
- a campus tour
- lunch at one of our dining centers
CAB Presents: Thor the Dark World. Showing at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm in the Maucker Union Ballroom.
The Tunnel of Oppression is one of our most respected and mind-opening events of the month. It is an interactive tour designed to introduce participants to the concepts of oppression, privilege and power. Participants are guided through a series of scenes that aim to educate and challenge them to think more deeply about issues of opression. At the end of the tunnel, is our Room of Hope, which allows for participants to discuss their experiences and put to use their new-found knowledge in their everyday lives.
Listen to real stories from individuals who have struggled with an eating disorder. Professional staff from the Health Clinic and Counseling Center will be available to talk about services on campus and answer questions.
More than 90 organizations, graduate and professional schools will be on campus to visit with students and alumni about career opportunities, internships and continuing education. All majors, freshman through seniors, graduate students and alumni are welcome to attend.