The Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs M.A.E. Program, in collaboration with the Division of Student Affairs, will host the Second Annual Fall Preview Day on Friday, November 11, 2011. Individuals interested in learning more about the program and the Division of Student Affairs are invited to register for this event.
Welcome from the Vice President
Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs at UNI! We provide connections and resources for students to be successful on their educational journey. We aspire to develop partnerships that build a welcoming, equitable and engaging environment, and connect in-the-classroom learning with out-of-classroom opportunities. By collaborating with others across the campus community, we challenge students to grow to their full potential. Join us on this journey as we contribute to the development of students to become better leaders of today and better citizens of tomorrow.
Please let us know how we can do better at our shared goals for student success. Departments in Student Affairs include:
- Vice President for Student Affairs
- Career Services
- Center for Multicultural Education
- Dean of Students
- Health and Recreation Services
- Student Life & Event Services
- Student Success & Retention
Paula Knudson, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs
With approximately one-third of new students entering the university as transfer students each year, this study has been both necessary and enlightening. The study, which began in the fall of 2009, was conducted by nine dimension review committees comprised of 79 faculty, staff and students.
The final report can be viewed here.
President Allen has recently approved some changes to the former CCSA. The new committee will be composed of 17 members, representing all colleges and those units directly involved in addressing disability issues. Special Education Professor Deb Gallagher has been appointed chair. The committee will be responsible for advising the President’s Cabinet on matters related to campus accessibility and the provision of disability services to student, faculty and staff and, more specifically, advising the departments of Student Disability Services and Human Resource Services on disability-relat
According to Joyce Morrow, Director of Financial Aid, our official undergraduate student loan indebtedness went down from $25,735 to $25,523. This is a $212 reduction! Reductions like this are rare, so this is a true reason to celebrate.
Students in the Residence Hall Association provided the key volunteer piece to make the September 23 Pop-Tart event a big success. The event dominated central campus Friday afternoon and included music, games and other activities from noon to 3 p.m.