The crisis in college education is hitting campuses around the country hard, and many will not survive. Some people question if higher education is worth the cost and question which institutions do a good job and are worthy of support. These are hard questions to answer as institutions serve different populations, have various missions, and vary in their definition of success.
605 business students from Iowa and surrounding states are among the students named to the 2020 spring semester Dean's List at University of Northern Iowa's College of Business Administration.
Iowa Credit Union Foundation Partners with University of Northern Iowa to Bring Financial Literacy to High Schools
The Iowa Credit Union Foundation (ICUF) has pledged $50,000 to the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) in support of continuing education programming for educators, advancing their knowledge to prepare them to teach financial literacy curriculum in Iowa high schools.
A new partnership between the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) and Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) aimed at helping location-bound students in Des Moines earn a college degree through UNI received a $1 million boost this week thanks to the generosity of UNI alumni.
Staying joyful despite challenges, helping hometown heroes and a Cedar-Valley themed Monopoly game all helped UNI students bring home accolades from Pi Sigma Epsilon’s national convention.
The University of Northern Iowa announced a change to the name of its marketing department to reflect long-held entrepreneurial values that in recent years have surged in popularity for current and prospective students. The new name, the Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship, was approved by the Board of Regents at a June 4 meeting and both reflects and legitimizes the department's commitment to teaching the mindset, values and strategies of entrepreneurs.