Help give students an international experience every time you fly.

Let's face it, not everything can be learned in a classroom. That's why it's important to remove the financial barriers that might stand between students and experiences that will give them an edge in the job market when they graduate.

 

Airlines Match Your Points for Student Travel 

UNIBusiness Points Plus program allows you to contribute toward our goal of helping students gain this professional edge, without any cost to you.

Each time you fly, you can earn miles for UNIBusiness students — without losing your miles! All you need to do is provide the UNIBusiness account number, in addition to your own frequent flier number, whenever you book a flight with American and United airlines. Just a small step to take to have a positive, lasting impact on students' education!

 

It's Easy to Join!

For reservations through an agent, simply provide the UNIBusiness student travel account number to your agent.

For online reservations, follow the airline's instructions to enter the UNIBusiness student travel account number in the appropriate section.

Consider updating your frequent flier account profile for each airline you travel with so it includes the UNIBusiness student travel account number. This will ensure that all your future travel is credited to UNIBusiness Points Plus, and you never have to give it a second thought.

UNIBusiness student travel account numbers:

 

  • American: Business ExtrAA 831039

  • United: RewardOne B3355

We do not have access to your personal account. The numbers are added to the college’s account and points are matched every time you fly. Feel free to add any family member or colleague to the UNIBusiness Points Plus program. 


Any questions concerning the program may be directed to Chris Schrage by email or phone 319-273-2126.

 

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