Elevate your sense of adventure to new heights while suspended 500 feet above Devil’s Lake. All levels of climbing experience are welcome and encouraged. No gear is needed. The trip will be Sept. 27-29. The cost is $27 for students, $90 for employees and $100 for guests. Visit the trips and clinics webpage or stop in 174 WRC.
Enjoy some of the best local trails while biking the soft trails at Camp Ingawanis Saturday, Sept. 21. Bikes and helmets will be available at Camp Ingawanis. The cost is $30 for students, $35 for employees and $40 for guests. Stop by 174 WRC to register. For more information, visit the trips and clinics webpage or email UNI Outdoors.
Pay one fee and attend any fitness class at the WRC for the whole semester with a fit class pass. The cost is $35 for students and $55 for employees.
Join a student organization that helps save lives. Be The Match On Campus at UNI registers healthy, committed donors to the national blood stem cell registry. Blood stem cell transplants are a known cure for more than 80 diseases, including leukemia. Become a member and accumulate volunteer hours, leadership roles, improve speaking skills and more. An informational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 in 101 MSH.
This event has been cancelled.
The WCF Symphony's season premiere will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 in GBPAC. Cuban pianist Nachito Herrera takes the stage as the symphony's guest. Get your tickets at the box office or visit the symphony website.
Don’t forget to register your office by Friday, Sept. 27 for the 2019 Homecoming office decorating contest! Judging will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1 with offices judged on creativity, originality, construction and utilization of this year's theme. Visit the Homecoming website for more details or contact Mike Bobeldyk with questions.
Know someone who might be struggling, in need of encouragement or could just use some kind words? Nominate them to receive a handwritten letter bundle from Make the Change.
This forum will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25 in the Dr. Ken Budke Family Auditorium, SEC. Panelists Loren Bawn, Mark Grey, Chad Hart and Aaron Putze will discuss how recent immigration issues and tariffs are affecting Iowa's economy.
The Safe Zone Ally program is a campus-wide opportunity designed to support the continued growth of an inclusive campus community. Staff, faculty and student groups or organizations are encouraged to participate in public training. Limited group requests might be available. Dates for fall training sessions for both Phase One and Phase Two are Sept. 24, Oct. 24, Nov. 15 and Dec. 3. Visit the training registration webpage for times and locations. Email email@example.com for questions, requests and accommodations.