Get your resume critiqued before the Interview Day at Career Services!
Panther Village is the new home to 204 students in 1-, 2- and 4-person apartments. The campus community and others will gather to dedicate the newest UNI residence community. The celebration will be 3-5 p.m at Panther Village with a program at 3:15 and tours after the program. Panther Village hallmarks include meticulous attention to quality, sustainability, comfort and convenience.
Beginning with his pivotal role in the Civil Rights Movement, Julian Bond, an expert on diversity in the law, has always been on the cutting edge of social change and leadership. Legendary as the first black U.S. vice presidential nominee and former Chairman of the NAACP, Bond continues to deliver a powerful message of equality, freedom and justice with a renewed sense of relevance. There will be a meet and greet prior to the lecture from 6-6:45 p.m.; a reception following the lecture has been cancelled. This event is a signature feature of the Reaching for Higher Ground series, the theme of which this year is: "Searching for an American Dream."
Free bike tune-ups provided by Bike Tech for UNI students, faculty, and staff. Sponsored by Wellness and Recreation Services
The Student Organization Fair is hosted by the Student Involvement Center, home to more than 300 student organizations on campus, NISG, Fraternity/Sorority Life, the Campus Activity Board (CAB), Service and Leadership programming, student radio and the Northern Iowan! Come stop by the 50+ organizations who will be hosting tables and giving out information about their organizations. Whether you are interested in sports, academics, or service, we have a group for you! Rain location will be in the Old Central Ballroom, Maucker Union.
NEW! Everyone has 5 minutes to give!
Stop & Serve, a new event sponsored by the Student Involvement Center, provides brief, on-campus volunteer opportunities for students. Students have the opportunity to work on service projects focused on a variety of social issues in the community, region and nation.
Students are welcome to stop by Maucker Union for however long they have to give. There is no time commitment required. All projects are easy and fun, so bring some friends, enjoy free treats and do some good for your community!
Come join in Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism! We meet to grow more spiritually with ourselves and our families, and serve the Church and our local community.
Come join us for free food and fun! If you need a ride, meet at Maucker Union at 5:45 to carpool.
Every Tuesday, the Student Involvement Center sends students out into the community to volunteer at various service agencies. A great way to meet new friends and make a difference. Free transportation, snacks, and shirt provided. Free shuttles leave from Maucker Union - first shuttle: 2 p.m., second shuttle: 5 p.m. Sign up online.
This event, a new tradition, is an evening of information sharing, networking, fellowship and dessert. The Rainbow Reception is an opportunity for UNI students, faculty and staff to welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally students back to campus for the new academic year.