For upperclass students who currently live on-campus (sophomore, junior, senior, graduate), same hall room selection begins for the 2017-18 academic year. Students may reserve a room in the hall they currently reside in and select a meal plan. Same Hall Room Selection ends 12/4/16.
For students who currently live on-campus, same space roommate selection begins for the 2017-18 academic year. Students staying in their same room may reserve space for their preferred roommate(s). Same Space Roommate Selection ends 11/29/16.
For students who currently live on-campus, same room selection begins for the 2017-18 academic year. Students who are able and wish to stay in their same room may reserve their space and select a meal plan. Same Room Selection ends 11/14/16.
For students who currently live on-campus, roommate selection begins for the 2017-18 academic year. Students can start to form and select roommate groups.
Do you want to be certified to change the world? Learn about the UNI Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, a student organization dedicated to educating, preparing and certifying professionals to strengthen and lead nonprofit organizations. Pizza will be served.
Dance Marathon will host an "all you can eat" pancakes and sausage for $5; juice and coffee will also be served.
Listen to a panel of students share their stories and continuing journey with mental health. Ask questions. Talk to an expert. Learn about campus resources.
Join us in recognizing the efforts of the many students, faculty and staff who contributed to the You Matter at UNI activities. There will be give-aways!
Let’s Talk is a free program that provides students with easy access to informal and confidential consultations with licensed mental health professionals from the UNI Counseling Center. All sessions are drop-in; no appointment is necessary.
By participating in this 40-50 min. screening, students can learn more about depression in its different forms and determine if they might be experiencing it. However, there is no requirement that someone be depressed in order to attend the screening. The screening also offers the opportunity for students to visit the Counseling Center and meet some staff members without necessarily starting counseling. The screening is free, and no registration is needed. Students will be provided with information about depression, complete the screening form and meet individually with a counselor to review the results.