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University of Northern Iowa

Bachelor's programmes

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UNI students enjoy more than 250 organizations, from clubs and Greek life to sports and live music and theatre, there’s plenty to explore.

Global Student Satisfaction Awards 2019

GSSA 2019

The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.

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Services

Housing services

Our residence halls give students easy access to the events and activities happening around campus, surround them with friends, offer learning beyond the classroom and of course make the walk to class that much shorter. Plus, they're never far from getting something great to eat at one of our award-winning dining centers, the food court in Maucker Union, our cafe in Rod Library, a food cart or convenience store. Living on campus helps ease the transition to college life, gets students involved and makes them feel connected, all while they earn better grades on their track to graduating in four years.

Student Life

Campus life

UNI students enjoy a vibrant college experience living on campus where they are close to classes, award-winning dining, NCAA Division I Athletics, concerts, sport clubs, intramurals, on-campus jobs and student organizations. Options for on-campus living include residence halls and apartments. 

Sports facilities

Stay active in our state-of-the-art wellness and recreation facility. Choose from a variety of health and wellness programs including intramural sports, fitness classes, outdoor recreation and personal training.

Student clubs

UNI students enjoy more than 250 organizations, from clubs and Greek life to sports and live music and theatre, there’s plenty to explore.

Student Reviews

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

I really like languages and I'm studing interpreting and translation at University. I think that being an interpreter is a satisfying job becuase you're not only qualified but also capable of understand a language in each part of it, including the cultural and traditional part behind some expressions or way of saying. No other language student is prepared as an...

Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States

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