The staff in the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarship will be working remotely until further notice. Please direct all questions and email all SAP appeals and documentation to Jennifer Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you do not feel comfortable emailing documentation that may contain sensitive information, please fax it to our office at 319-273-6950. The latest campus updates and resources on COVID-19 can be found online at prepare.uni.edu.
The UNI Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships requires students to continue to make academic progress toward a degree in order to continue receiving financial aid. There are standards for academic progress for each academic year, as well as standards for completing a degree within a specific time period.
If you are in need of assistance, please contact the following offices at UNI:
This office of professional staff can provide assistance to any student who is considering a change in major or needs assistance in selecting a major.
Career Services is focused on connecting students to opportunities so they are active and engaged, leading to career readiness. This is done through a robust internship program, engaging students with leadership opportunities, student employment, and other opportunities for students to be active in preparing for the world of work
The UNI Counseling Center offers free, confidential counseling between you and your professionally-trained counselor about personal, social, or emotional issues.
In working to support students, faculty, staff, parents, and families, Dean of Students staff work collaboratively with various campus offices to ensure students are connected to the necessary resources.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
The UNI Center for Multicultural Education will advance inclusion and social justice through advocacy and support of underrepresented and marginalized students, provide diversity education for all its community members, and promote a safe and welcoming environment that fosters academic success, a sense of belonging, and respect for all people and cultures.
As a University resource center the mission of Gender & Sexuality Services is to "...promote healthy, engaged, successful LGBTQ+ students and allies. Gender & Sexuality Services provide a safe space, resources, and educational opportunities to advocate for an inclusive community."
Our role is to support military members, veterans, and their families at UNI as they transition between military duty, college, and new careers. We are committed to faculty and staff education, on and off campus resource networking, advocacy, and listening to each student to ensure that each military affiliated students' voice is heard and they are empowered to achieve success in class and beyond.
Faculty and staff within your major are excellent resources for students planning to stay within their major. Students can locate their faculty/staff advisor’s contact information by logging in to their MyUNIverse account and going to their Student Center.
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Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services works with individuals with disabilities who want to become employed. If an individual is determined eligible for services we assist them to achieve their employment goal by providing such things as tuition assistance, counseling/advising, assistive technology and other services.
UNI encourages those who have experienced any form of harassment or assault to report the incident to the University Title IX Officer or any of the designated Title IX Deputy Coordinators. You may also file separate criminal charges by contacting UNI Police at 319.273.2712. Other resources are available at safety.uni.edu.
The purpose of the Panther Pantry is to ensure that UNI students are able to get their basic food and necessity needs met. We recognize that in order to succeed in the classroom, and here at UNI, students need to have access to food.
If living in the residence halls, PAIR's are able to provide assistance with a variety of topics to help you succeed.
Student Accessibility Services is available to discuss barriers you are experiencing, reasonable accommodations, and the options for support the University and/or greater community may be able to provide.
The Student Health Clinic functions as a general medical clinic that provides evaluation and treatment for a wide variety of health concerns, such as mental health services, coordination of care for chronic medical conditions, and routine health exams.
Provides holistic success coaching to students on academic alert, probation, and probation after suspension.
Student Wellness Services supports the journey toward optimal health and well-being through holistic health promotion and education to enhance student success.
Provides services for student success: Writing Coaches, Math and Science Tutors, Academic Coaches, and Course-Embedded Peer Educators. The Learning Center serves all students and majors.