On-Campus Services

Office of the President
1 Seerley Hall – 319-273-2820

​Vice President for Student Affairs
118 Gilchrist Hall – 319-273-2332

Dean of Students
118 Gilchrist Hall – 319-273-2332

Office of Admissions
002 Gilchrist Hall – 319-273-2281

Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
105 Gilchrist Hall – 319-273-2700

Office of the Registrar
115 Gilchrist Hall – 319-273-2241
Assists students with schedule changes, enrollment certification, transcripts, scheduling of classes, etc.

Department of Residence
010 Redeker Center – 319-273-2333
Offers assistance with housing and dining questions and provides on-campus leadership opportunities.

The Learning Center
261 Rod, Learning Commons – 319-273-6023
Services include reading, study strategies and examination services.

Academic Advising
102 Gilchrist Hall – 319-273-3406
Connects students to possibilities in majors and careers, while facilitating their academic success through transitions and resources.

Student Support Services
007 ITTC – 319-273-2179
Offers supportive services to help students reach their goal of graduating from the University.


Office of Student Accessibility Services
Student Health Center – 319-273-2676
Dedicated to serving the special needs of students and employees with disabilities.

Counseling Center
103 Student Health Center – 319-273-2676
Provides a variety of services to UNI students. Services include personal, group and couples counseling.

Student Health Clinic
016 Student Health Center – 319-273-2009
On-campus health facility available to students in need of care.

Bias Incident/Climate Response Team Form
sas.uni.edu/ClimateResponseTeamForm​

 

Center for Multicultural Education
109 Maucker Union – 319-273-2250
​Provides cultural, educational and social activities through programs promoting cross-cultural awareness and support for students from diverse backgrounds.

Military and Veteran Services
​111 Maucker Union – 319-273-2322

Gender and Sexuality Services
111 Maucker Union – 319-273-5428
Promotes healthy, engaged, successful LGBT* students and allies. The LGBT* Center provides a safe space, resources and educational opportunities to advocate for an inclusive community.

Jumpstart
118 Gilchrist Hall – 319-273-2332
An extended orientation program designed to facilitate the successful transition of underrepresented students to the University. The program offers participants
early move-in, course registration, cluster housing in residence halls and social activities.

Office for Professional Distinction
5 Curris Business Building – 319-273-7705

Recreation Services
WRC 101 – 319-273-6275
Offers recreation, fitness and personal training services to students, faculty and staff.
Other UNI resources include a variety of ethnic and cultural organizations such as:
African Union
Black Student Union
Chinese Students and Scholars Association
Ethnic Student Promoters
International Student Association
UNIdos (Hispanic/Latino Student Union)
Visit studentorgs.uni.edu for a full listing.