The University of Northern Iowa offers a diverse range of opportunities for your organization to meet its philanthropic and workforce needs and enhance the success of our students. Collaboration may include: partnering with faculty members in a research program, accessing new technology, recruiting students, supporting the University’s future, sending employees to our education programs or presenting a lecture.
Explore these links to see how your organization can strengthen relationships with faculty and students at UNI to benefit all.
The UNI Foundation partners with the following on-campus organizations to help with non-philanthropic relationships with students, faculty and staff:
The Business & Community Services Center is the home of the Regional Business Center and Strategic Marketing Services. The center works with businesses, entrepreneurs, communities and governments, providing a range of services. Learn more about the center's services online.
Career Services aids both students and employers. Career Services provides students with assistance in finding internships and job, writing resumes and cover letters and preparing for interviews. Employers have the opportunity to post job openings and recruit employees. Learn more on the Career Services website.
The UNI College of Business Administration offers opportunities such as internships, student organizations, study abroad and community service. Find out more at business.uni.edu.
The John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center enhances the effectiveness of Iowa's entrepreneurs by offering a comprehensive program for K through College students, faculty and small businesses. Learn more about the center by visiting its website.
The Office of Continuing and Distance Education provides the leadership and logistical support for UNI's continuing and distance education courses and programs. To learn more about the services the Office of Continuing and Distance Education offers, visit uni.edu/continuinged.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs provides grant funding, resources and support for research and other creative scholarship, oversees research compliance and is the home of the Office of Intellectual Property. Learn more about the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs online.
The UNIBusiness Professional Readiness Program develops students' professional skills and confidence while increasing students' engagement with the College of Business Administration, university and community. For more information about the program visit business.uni.edu/PRP.
The UNI Research Foundation authorizes monies for research and development of prospective patents and other intellectual properties. The UNI Properties Corporation solicits and receives contributions of real estate.