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UNI

orthern Iowa
sity of N
Univer
2016-17

Right fit.
Right here.
THE UNI EXPERIENCE
THE UNI
EXPERIENCE
Living a big future doesn’t just happen, it takes preparation, determination
and drive. At the University of Northern Iowa, you will find the best of
everything — faculty who put students first, an ever-expanding list of
internships, field experiences and research opportunities that will make you
stand out, and endless opportunities for fun. UNI students are challenged
by courses, enlightened in research findings and being mentored by
professors who care. A school in America’s Heartland, UNI is the RIGHT FIT
for you too!

More
THAN
160 AREAS From accounting to pre-medicine, UNI has majors,
areas of emphasis and pre-professional programs
OF STUDY to fit any interest.

250+ 12,000
NEARLY

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1 ATHLETIC
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS STUDENTS TEAMS

99%
OF OUR CLASSES ARE TAUGHT BY
FACULTY, NOT GRADUATE STUDENTS
17:1
OVERALL STUDENT/
FACULTY RATIO
23
AVERAGE
UNDERGRADUATE
CLASS SIZE
TOP FIVE COUNTRIES REPRESENTED:
SAUDI ARABIA, CHINA, BRAZIL, INDIA, MALAYSIA
93%
OF CLASSES HAVE
FEWER THAN 50
STUDENTS
“I love how UNI opened
up my mind in the field
of research. Through the
rigorous coursework, I have
learned multiple methods for
conducting research in the
field of education. Also, I love
the friends I have made here
because I know there is going
to be an everlasting bond
among us.”

Shehreen, graduate student


Special Education major
Rawalpindi, Pakistan

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ACADEMIC REPUTATION
ACADEMIC
REPUTATION
Accreditation and Recognition
· UNI is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
· Many of UNI’s academic programs have earned recognition by their field’s accrediting body.

Classroom Environment
· With an average class size of 23 students, faculty members take time to help you and give personal attention.
· More than 99% of classes are taught by faculty, not graduate assistants.
· More than 84% of UNI professors have the highest degree in their field, ensuring you’ll learn from leaders and experts.
· You have the flexibility to personalize your program of study by combining majors, minors and certificates.

Learning Outside of Class


From the minute you arrive on campus, you’ll have opportunities to gain life and career-related experiences that
will prepare you for success in graduate school or your career. These experiences include:
· Academic clubs and honor societies · Research opportunities
· Social and service organizations · Clinical and field experiences
· Internships · University Honors program

Academic Support Services


UNI offers free support services to inspire, challenge and empower you to achieve academic success:
· A Writing Center · Learning Strategy Classes
· Tutoring · A Math Center

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SUCCESS
AFTER GRADUATION
N INTERNSH

96%
OF OUR 2013-14 GRADUATES TEA IP
ARE EMPLOYED OR LE

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CONTINUING THEIR EDUCATION

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81% 15% OF UNI STUDENTS
PARTICIPATE IN
ARE EMPLOYED ARE CONTINUING
THEIR EDUCATION EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION

41 %
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INTERNSHIPS

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PAT
E IN STUDENT TEACHING OR FIELD EXPERIENCE

“My current boss told me, after I was hired


for my current position, that one of the major
reasons she selected me was because I was a
graduate of UNI!”

Wilson Rojas Bugueno, ’13


Currently an Instructional Designer -
Kirkwood’s Center For Excellence in
Learning and Teaching
M.A. - Curriculum and Instruction:
Instructional Technology
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ACADEMIC

ACADEMIC REPUTATION
REPUTATION
Success After You Graduate
Why are UNI graduates successful when they graduate? Because they have the tools needed to succeed in the ever-changing
world. With more than 75 percent of UNI students participating in experiential education — internships, research, study
abroad and more — our graduates have the hands-on experiences needed to be valuable employees from day one. It’s also
why more than 750 employers routinely recruit our alumni.

Our graduates work at outstanding companies throughout the world, including:

· Allstate Insurance · Hongkong and Shanghai Banking · Rockwell Collins


Cooperation
· Deere & Company · Saudi Aramco
· Ernst & Young · Pioneer Hi-Bred · Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare
· Principal Financial Group

UNI alumni have a strong impact on the world in nearly every field and profession. Some of our distinctive alumni include:

Nancy Aossey, Charles Grassley, Emiliano Lerda, Nancy Powell, Shiram Robert James
’82/’84, is ’55/’56, has been a ’04, is the executive ’70, served as the Llavajhala, ’05, Waller, ’62/’64, is
president and CEO U.S. senator from director of Justice U.S. Ambassador Geo Data Specialist the author of the
of International Iowa since 1981. for Our Neighbors. to India and was and Developer at best-selling book
Medical Corps conferred the title Google Maps. “The Bridges of
(IMC), a $100 million Career Ambassador, Madison County,”
disaster relief the highest rank in which was made
organization. foreign service. into an award-
winning movie.
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Facilities
Where you learn is just as important as where you attend college. At UNI, we have the right
learning spaces to prepare you for today’s marketplace, including these facilities:
· Speech and hearing clinic · Audio and video production labs
· 145-acre biology preserve · Two greenhouses
· Music recording studio · Two observatories
· 13 computer labs · Two public radio stations
· Weather simulation lab · Multiple performance spaces
· Virtual paint lab · Award-winning health, physical
· Synthetic cadavers education and leisure services facilities

· Business incubator · Largest 3-D printer in North America

NAMED ONE OF THE


50 SAFEST COLLEGE
CAMPUSES IN THE
U.S., ACCORDING TO
A STUDY DONE BY
NEWSWEEK’S THE
DAILY BEAST.
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CAMPUS LIFE

CAMPUS LIFE
Life on Campus
· UNI has more than 250 student clubs and organizations for you to get involved in.
· A variety of campus social activities, including festivals, shows, concerts and ethnic-themed
events are available throughout the year.
· GO PANTHERS! Join your fellow students and cheer UNI’s 17 men’s and women’s athletic
teams that compete at the Division I level in the National Collegiate Athletic Association
(NCAA).

International Student Support


Each year, international students just like you come from all over the world to UNI to study, teach
and conduct research. No matter your interests or needs, UNI will provide you with the support and
programs to help you succeed.
· Our International Students and Scholars Office helps you transition to college life through an
orientation and registration program, personal advising, and a variety of education, social and
cultural activities. uni.edu/internationalservices
· UNI’s International Friendship Program can pair you with a family in the community to help you
learn more about the American way of life and improve your English skills.
· The International Student Association (ISA), a club that holds numerous social events
throughout the year, will help you meet and learn from other students, share cultural
experiences and have fun!

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“The size of the UNI campus is perfect,
it feels like a small community. UNI
faculty and staff are very welcoming,
and if you ever need help with
anything, all you have to do is ask.
There is help at every corner.”

DINING FLAVORS LIVING


ON-CAMPUS

AND RETAIL
LOCATIONS OF ICE CREAM OPTIONS

• Chicken Enchilada Soup • Popcorn Chicken


• Strawberry Spinach Salad • Stir Fry

The more than 244,000 square foot Wellness and Recreation


Center (WRC), offers a rock wall, leisure pool area with a hot tub
and water slide, and several weight rooms and fitness studios. Ulrikke, senior
PLUS several other fitness area locations across campus. Psychology major
Mo i Rana, Norway

TOP
International Student Promoters
20
Cedar Falls-Waterloo
is ranked as a Top 20
Connect with one of our International Student Promoters to learn more about UNI from a College Town in the U.S.
8 student perspective by emailing uni.isp@uni.edu. by the American Institute
8 of Economic Research.
CAMPUS LIFE

CAMPUS LIFE
The Community
· Cedar Falls is a welcoming community in the heartland of the
United States.
· Situated on the banks of the Cedar River in northeast Iowa, the
Cedar Falls-Waterloo metropolitan area has a population of more
than 160,000 and provides the benefits of urban life in a safe,
small-city setting.
· The Waterloo Regional Airport provides daily round-trip service to
Chicago for connecting flights to more than 700 cities worldwide.
· Large Midwestern cities such as Chicago, Kansas City,
Minneapolis, St. Louis and Des Moines are within a few hours
drive of Cedar Falls.
· Restaurants with different ethnic cuisines and an international
market are close to campus.

CAMPUS HOUSING
· On-campus housing options
include traditional residence
halls, apartment complexes
and special housing for
graduate students, non-
traditional students and
students with dependents.
· Living Learning Communities
are available to live among
students with shared
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Our Culture and Intensive English Program (CIEP) will
prepare you for academic studies at UNI. With experienced
instructors teaching small classes, you will receive the
assistance you need to achieve your big dreams.
Each session provides 20 classroom hours per week of English
language study and cultural orientation. You can also receive
assistance with laboratory work, out-of-classroom activities
and special events. Courses include:
· Listening and speaking
· Reading comprehension and vocabulary expansion
· Writing/grammar

How to Apply for CIEP


Students who wish to apply for admission to CIEP should:
· Complete the application at www.uni.edu/ciep/apply
· Return application form, supporting documents and
non-refundable application fee of $275 to:
Culture and Intensive English Program
Bartlett Hall 3025
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614-0511, USA
The Culture and Intensive English Program
Tuition Scholarship provides tuition assistance Phone: (319) 273-2182
on a competitive basis to students demonstrating Email: ciepadmissions@uni.edu
academic merit and financial need.  The
scholarship may provide up to 100% tuition
CIEP Costs (per 8-week session)
costs for one or more CIEP sessions. Visit
www.uni.edu/ciep/scholarships to learn more. Tuition $2,600
Campus Housing $2,125*
Health Insurance $150/month*
CIEP Calendar
Books & Supplies $250*
2016 Sessions August 23 - October 14
University Fees $245
October 19 - December 16
CIEP Application Fee $275
2017 Sessions January 10 - March 3 (includes SEVIS fee)
March 8 - May 5
June 6 - July 29 *Approximate amount

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College of Business Administration (UNIBusiness) | business.uni.edu

AREAS OF STUDY
UNIBusiness is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
(AACSB International), the gold standard of business school accreditation and a distinction
earned by fewer than 5% of schools worldwide.
Named one of The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools for ten consecutive years.
Accounting students who completed their bachelor’s and master’s degrees at UNI achieved
a 100% first-attempt pass rate on the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam – a rate
higher than the national level.

College of Education (COE) | uni.edu/coe


COE students have numerous opportunities for student teaching and field experiences in a
wide variety of settings, including rural, urban and international schools.
The annual UNI Overseas Recruiting Fair is the oldest and largest international recruiting
fair in the U.S. and attracts domestic and international employers. In 2013, nearly 990
teaching and administrative vacancies were available.
The college’s student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1.

College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences (CHAS) | uni.edu/chas


CHAS is known for high placement rates in graduate schools, medical and professional
schools, and the private sector.
Undergraduate science research is readily available and often leads to opportunities to be
named co-author of a paper or co-inventor on a patent.
The college is home to the North American Review, the oldest literary magazine in the U.S.
Students participate in more than 100 cooperative education experiences and internships
per year in the industrial, health, environmental science, entertainment, arts and
government sectors.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (CSBS) | csbs.uni.edu


CSBS students present original research, exchange ideas and learn more about their
Internship areas of study during the annual Student Research Conference, which brings Midwestern
opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to campus.
students exceed the
number of students Political science and political communication majors benefit from Iowa’s first-in-the-nation
who apply. status to select presidential candidates to send to the party’s national convention.
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UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS Movement & Exercise Science: Theatre: Drama & Theatre for Youth Gerontology: Long Term Care

AREAS OF STUDY
Exercise Science Theatre: Design & Production Gerontology: Social Sciences
Bachelor of Arts Sport Psychology Theatre: Performance History*#
College of Business Administration Physical Education Interior Design
College of Humanities, Arts and
Accounting Political Communication
College of Humanities, Arts Sciences (Science related majors)
Business Teaching *# Political Science
and Sciences (Humanities and All Science Teaching *#
Economics: General Psychology *#
Fine Arts related majors) Biochemistry
Economics: Quantitative Techniques Public Administration:
Art Education *# Biology
Economics: Business Economics Economics & Finance
Art - History Emphasis Biology: Biomedical
Economics: Applied Economic Analysis Community & Regional Development
Art - Studio Emphasis Biology: Ecology & Evolution
Finance: Financial Management Human Resources
Communication: Liberal Arts Biology: Ecology & Organismal Biology
Finance: Investments Social Science
Communication: Electronic Media Biology Teaching
Finance: Financial Institutions Social Work
Production/Performance Chemistry - Marketing
Finance: Personal Wealth Management Sociology
Leadership Chemistry *#
Management: Human Resource Textile and Apparel
Communication: Public Relations Computer Science
Management Communication: Theatre - Teaching# Earth Science *# Bachelor of Science
Management: Business Administration Communicative Disorders Environmental Science Biochemistry
Management: Supply Chain & Operations English*# Graphic Technologies Biology
Management: Organizational Leadership Graphic Design Mathematics: Teaching Chemistry
Management Information Systems Humanities Mathematics: Non-Teaching Computer Science
Marketing: Management Interactive Digital Studies Mathematics: Statistics/Actuarial Science Construction Management
Marketing: Advertising & Digital Media Music: Middle/Jr. High School Science *# Electrical Engineering Technology (EET)
Marketing: Global Marketing General Studies in Music Physics *# Geography: Geographic Information
Marketing: Sales Management Jazz Studies Technology Education-Teaching *# Science:
Real Estate Music Technology Technology Management Environmental Science & Policy
College of Education Performing Arts Management Human Geographic Processes
College of Social and
Athletic Training String Pedagogy Economic Geography & Business
Behavioral Sciences
Early Childhood Education Philosophy Planning and Policy
Anthropology
Elementary Education Religion, The Study of Manufacturing Tech:
Criminology
Health Promotion: Spanish*# Manufacturing Design
Family Services
Health and Fitness Promotion Teaching English to Speakers of Advanced Manufacturing
Geography *
Global Health & Health Disparities Other Languages Metal Casting
Geography: Globalization and Regional
Science Intensive-Environmental Health TESOL/French *# Networking & System Administration
Geography
Women’s Health TESOL/German *# Physics
Geography: Environmental Systems
Leisure, Youth & Human Services TESOL/Russian *#
and Sustainability
Middle Level Education Dual*# TESOL/Spanish *#
Geography: Planning and Development
Theatre Arts
* Teaching option also available
# Students from other countries who choose a teaching major should know that such a major leads to teaching licensure in the state of Iowa only. Such a licensure may not be recognized in student’s home country.

Check for
undergraduate major/
minor requirements at
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uni.edu/planofstudy
Bachelor of Fine Arts Miscellaneous Leisure, Youth and Human Services Consultant

AREAS OF STUDY
Art: Studio Global Studies Mathematics: Mathematics Emphasis Master of Accounting
Individual Studies ^Math for Middle Grades (4-8)
Bachelor of Liberal Studies Master of Business Administration
General Studies ^Mathematics: Secondary
Bachelor of Music General Studies - Nurses Music Master of Music
Composition - Theory Deciding ^Philanthropy and Nonprofit Development Composition
Music Education: Choral/General *# Physical Education: Conducting
Music Education: Instrumental/General # PARTNERSHIPS Kinesiology Music Education
Music Education: Jazz/General *# ^Teaching/Coaching Music History
Performance: Instrumental Allen College
Post-Secondary Education: Student Affairs Jazz Pedagogy
Performance: Vocal Dual Nursing/B.S. degree
Psychology: Performance:
Medical Lab Science
Pre-Professionals Clinical Psychology Voice
Allied Health Iowa State University Social Psychology Wind, Percussion, Keyboard or Strings
Biomedical 3+2 Physics/Engineering Individualized Study Multiple Woodwinds
Chiropractic ^School Library Studies Piano Performance and Pedagogy
Conservation/Natural Resources GRADUATE MAJORS Science Education
^Master of Public Policy
Dentistry Earth Science Education
Master of Arts
Engineering Physics Education Master of Science
^Art Education
Hospital and Health Admin Social Science Athletic Training
Communication Studies
Law Spanish Biology
Communication Education
Medicine Spanish: Teaching Emphasis Technology
Mass Communication
Medical Technology Speech Language Pathology
Organizational Communication Master of Social Work
Mortuary Science Teaching English in Secondary Schools
Performance Studies Professional Science Masters
Nuclear Medicine Tech Teaching English to Speakers of Other
Public Relations Industrial Mathematics
Nursing Languages
Counseling (Actuarial Science)
Nursing TESOL/Spanish
School Counseling
Nursing Home Administration Women’s and Gender Studies Specialist in Education
Mental Health Counseling
Occupational Therapy English Master of Arts in Education School Psychology
Optometry Creative Writing ^Early Childhood Education Doctor of Education
Pharmacy Geography Educational Psychology Education (Curr. & Instr.)
Physical Therapy Health Education Contexts & Techniques/Assessment Educational Leadership
Physicians Assistant Health Promotion/Fitness Management Professional Development for Teachers Allied Health, Recreation & Community
Podiatry Comm. Health Education ^Elementary Education Service
Radiological Technology School Health Education ^Literacy Education
Sonography ^Principalship Doctor of Industrial Technology
History
Theology History: Public History Special Education:
Veterinary Medicine ^Curriculum and Instruction Field Spec
Instructional Technology Career/Voc Programming & Transition
^Online Programs

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GRADUATE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
TOEFL
Master of Arts/Master of Sciences (Internet-based) IELTS Additional Requirements
Athletic Training (M.S./MATR) 83 6.5 Dept. Application, 3 LOR, Resume, Statements
Biology (M.S.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statements, 3 LOR
Communication Studies (M.A.) 100 7 Dept. Application, Statement, Writing Sample, 3 LOR
Counseling (M.A.) 79 6.5 Statement, Writing Sample, 3 LOR, Resume, Intent to Apply
English (M.A.) 100 7 Statement, Writing Sample, 2 LOR
Geography (M.A.) 79 6.5 Statement, 2 LOR
Health Education (M.A.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Letter of Application, 2 LOR, Statements
History (M.A.) 79 6.5 Letter of Application, Writing Sample, 2 LOR, Statements
Industrial Mathematics (PSM) 79 6.5 Curriculum Vita
Leisure, Youth, and Human Services (M.A.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, 2 LOR
Mathematics (M.A.) 79 6.5 Statement, 3 LOR, Writing Sample
Physical Education: Kinesiology (M.A.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, 2 LOR, Statements
Post-Secondary Ed: Student Affairs (M.A.) 100 7 Statement, 3 LOR, Resume
Psychology (M.A.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, 3 LOR, GRE
Science Education (M.A.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, 1 LOR
Spanish (M.A.) 79 6.5 Statement, 2 LOR
Speech Language Pathology (M.A.) 90 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, Experience Form, 3 LOR, GRE, Relevant Degree
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – TESOL (M.A.) 100 7 2 LOR
TESOL/Spanish (M.A.) 100 7 Statement, 2 LOR
Technology (M.S.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, 3 LOR
Women’s and Gender Studies (M.A.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, Writing Sample, 2 LOR
Master of Arts in Education (M.A.E.)
Educational Psychology 79 6.5 Statement, Writing Sample, 3 LOR, Resume/CV, GRE
Special Education 79 6.5 Letter of Application, 3 LOR, Iowa teaching licensure
Master of Accounting (MAcc) 100 7 GMAT Minimum Score 500
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) 79 6 Dept. Application, 3 LOR, 500 Minimum GMAT, Personal Essay Form
Master of Music (M.M./M.A.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, 2 LOR, Audition, Portfolio, Interview, and/or
Writing Sample depending on area
Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, Experience Narrative, 3 LOR, Resume
Doctor of Education (Ed.D)
Allied Health, Recreation and Community Services 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, 3 LOR, GRE
Curriculum and Instruction Intensive Study Area 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statements, Letter of Application, Experience Form, 3 LOR, GRE
Educational Leadership 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, Letter of Application, 3 LOR, GRE, Resume,
3 years professional experience
Doctor of Industrial Technology (D.I.T.) 79 6.5 Dept. Application, Statement, Letter of Application, 3 LOR,
3 years professional experience, GRE, Writing Sample
ONLINE PROGRAMS (International students cannot secure a Art Education (M.A.), Early Childhood Education (M.A.E.), Elementary Education (M.A.E.),
U.S. visa for a program offered primarily or entirely online, but Instructional Technology (M.A.), Literacy Education (M.A.E.), Mathematics for the Middle Grades
can enroll if plan to take while residing in their home country) (M.A.), Mathematics-Secondary/Community College Teaching Emphases (M.A.), Philanthropy
& Nonprofit Development (M.A.), Physical Education: Teaching/Coaching (M.A.), Principalship
(M.A.E.), Public Policy (M.P.P.) School Library Studies (M.A.)

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ADMISSION

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
REQUIREMENTS
Application Process
Take the first step and join the University of Northern Iowa family. To apply to UNI, you will need to do the following:
1. Go to uni.edu/intladm and fill out the application for admission.
2. Pay $50 (undergraduate) or $75 (graduate) application fee.
3. Submit educational transcripts.
· Unofficial documents can be submitted at the time of application. However, all official school transcripts—
bearing the seal and signature of a school registrar—must be mailed directly from the institution to UNI
before enrollment.
· All transcripts in a language other than English must be accompanied by an English translation.
4. All applicants who are not native speakers of English must submit proof of English proficiency.
TOEFL—(Internet based) 79
IELTS—6.0 for undergraduate and 6.5 graduate students
SAT Score—for undergraduates only
- 480 on new SAT Evidence-Based Reading
- 460 on old SAT Critical Reading
· Conditional admission may be considered for undergraduate students. You will be tested upon arrival to
campus and will be required to enroll in intensive English courses as necessary.
5. Some graduate programs require higher TOEFL or IELTS scores than those mentioned above, other test scores,
and supporting documents depending on the major for which they are applying. Check your specific program
online at uni.edu/intladm/graduate/majors.

Application Guidelines
UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE
Fall Semester (late August) Rolling April 1
Spring (early January) Rolling October 1
Summer (early June) Rolling February 1

*Some graduate departments have different application deadlines.


*Graduate students applying for graduate assistantships for the 2017–18 academic year should submit their
applications by February 1, 2017.

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“I chose UNI because of its
affordability. UNI also has a very
good professor to student ratio
and I know for a fact that is very
important for a student to succeed.”

Eugene (Cheok), junior


Actuarial Science &
Quantitative Techniques major
Kuching, Malaysia

RANKED NO. 7 IN THE U.S. ON KIPLINGER’S LIST OF TOP 25


UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES UNDER $30,000 PER YEAR.

COST COMPARISON PRIORITY


SCHOLARSHIP
JAN

$28,782 DEADLINE

UNI DIRECT COSTS

$34,031
AVERAGE U.S.
4,000+
STUDENTS WORK ON CAMPUS
PUBLIC UNIVERSITY

THE COST OF
$43,921 LIVING IN IOWA IS
WELL BELOW THE
AVERAGE U.S. NATIONAL AVERAGE
PRIVATE COLLEGE (bestplaces.net)
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COST AND

COST AND FINANCIAL AID


FINANCIAL AID
A UNI education is an investment in yourself that will pay off for the rest of your life. Whether you’re an
undergraduate or graduate student, we will work with you to make your college education a reality.

Undergraduate Student Aid To apply for the Presidential and other


academic department scholarships, complete
International Student Scholar Award the UNI Scholarship Application by January 15
· Scholarships range from $1,000 to $6,000 per at uni.edu/finaid/scholarship.
year.
· Students are evaluated on academic performance, Graduate Student Aid
proof of English proficiency, and a record · Graduate Assistantships and Tuition
of participation in leadership and service Scholarships
opportunities.
· Awards are offered by some departments
Out-of-State Scholarship Award on a competitive basis.
· $3,000 - 1130 or higher (old SAT CR/M) or · Full awards cover the cost of tuition and
1200 or higher (new SAT) provide a monthly stipend.
UNI is consistently ranked among the country’s best buys in
· $2,000 - 1050-1120 (old SAT CR/M) or · The deadline to submit applications for fall
higher education. Our tuition and room and board rates are 1130 - 1190 (new SAT) 2017 is February 1, 2017.
among the lowest nationally.
· $1,000 - 940-1040 (old SAT CR/M) or · Visit www.grad.uni.edu/assistantships to
1020 - 1120 (new SAT) learn more.

2016–17 Student Expenses Presidential Scholarship


On-Campus Employment
· Students receive an award of $8,000 per year and · More than 3,900 campus jobs are available
Undergraduate Graduate participate in the Presidential Scholar Program.
to students with student (F) visas or
Tuition* & Fees $18,551 $19,977 · High-achieving students with a history of exchange visitor (J) visas.
Books & Supplies $800 $800 academic excellence and potential leadership can
· International students have a 20-hour-per-
apply for this scholarship.
Health Insurance $1,485 $1,485 week employment limit.
· Students must have a minimum of 1340 (new SAT · Pay typically ranges from $7.50 to $9.50 per
Campus Housing and Meals $8,629 $8,629 EWR+M)/1280 (old SAT CR/M) or 29 on the ACT to
hour.
Personal & Recreational Expenses $1,350 $1,350 apply.

Total for Two Semesters $30,815 $32,241 Academic Department Scholarships


· Some departments provide scholarships in various
*UNIBusiness has a different tuition for students who are declared in the amounts for new and/or current students.
College of Business Administration and are classified as a junior, senior or
graduate student.
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· Ranked No. 13 in affordability, accessibility and
International Admissions
academic quality on the A-List by collegeatlas.org.
002 Gilchrist Hall
· Cited for high performance in graduation rates by the University of Northern Iowa
Education Trust Report. Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0018, USA
· Named “Best in the Midwest” in 2016 Best Colleges: uni.edu/intladm
Region by Region website feature by The Princeton
Phone: (319) 273-2281 | Fax: (319) 273-2885
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Undergraduate Email:
· One of the top two Midwest public universities by the
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U.S. News & World Report
Graduate Email:
· Selected as an outstanding business school for the international.admissions@uni.edu
10th consecutive year by The Princeton Review
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