University of Northern Iowa
As the most affordable public university in the state, the University of Northern Iowa continues to deliver a big education, including a wide range of majors, engaging classes, undergraduate research opportunities and Division I sports. Students can choose from 90+ majors in business, education, social and behavioral sciences (i.e., criminology and psychology), and humanities, arts and sciences (computer science and theatre, for example). UNI’s small classes—taught by faculty, not teaching assistants—give students opportunities to find mentors, work one-on-one and learn alongside caring faculty on challenging research projects.
Located in the picturesque college town of Cedar Falls, UNI is just a few hours’ drive to Des Moines, Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louis. Our close proximity to major metropolitan areas broadens students’ opportunities for internships, student teaching and field experiences. In addition, our ever-expanding campus resources and academic distinctions mean UNI graduates are well prepared for their next step, whether that is in a career or graduate school.
UNI students also have access to one of America’s best college dining services, outstanding health and wellness facilities, a 100,000-square-foot performing arts complex, recording studios, venues for playing and watching sports and lots more.
At UNI, students will find academic excellence, a welcoming, diverse atmosphere and a place where they can have it all.
General Information (2016-2017)
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|FAFSA Code: 001890
ACT Code: 1322
SAT Code: 6307
|Enrollment: 11,981||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: January 15|
|Tuition & Fees: $8,059||Estimated Books & Supplies: $900|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $8,629||Minimum Admission Requirement: See website www.uni.edu/admissions|
|Types of Programs: Liberal Arts and General, Teacher Preparation, Pre-Professional Preparation, Master’s, Specialist’s, Doctoral|
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