All of our residential communities offer programming designed around the stage of a student's career on campus.
- Strengthen the ethos of scholarship within residential environments
- Strengthen residents' abilities and skills relating to faculty with an outcome of improved academic performance
- Strengthen residents' engagement in campus life with an outcome of improved meaningful social connections
- Strengthen residents' ability to manage their time, money, relationships, and healthy
|First-Year Experience Learning Community (Bender Hall, Campbell Hall, Dancer Hall, Hagemann Hall, Noehren Hall and Rider Hall)
First-Year Experience communities house only first-year students. These houses help enhance entering students’ transition to UNI while creating a peer reference group, academic experience, and enhancing students’ academic and social success.
|Honors Learning Community (Campbell Hall, Lawther Hall)
The Honors Living Learning Community strives to provide outstanding educational, social, and leadership opportunities outside of the classroom. Acceptance into the honors program is required.
|Second & Third Year Experience Program (STEP) (Bender Hall, Campbell Hall, Dancer Hall, Hagemann Hall, Lawther Hall, Noehren Hall, Panther Village, Rider Hall, Roth Apartments, and Shull Hall)
The goal of this learning community is to assist second year students as they transition into the next phase of their college experience while familiarizing students with leadership opportunities across campus. This community aims to address second year students’ needs as they make choices about academics, careers, and their personal lives.
|Transfer Learning Community (Shull Hall)
The transfer student learning community provides an excellent opportunity for new transfer students to the University to live in a supportive environment, learn from one another, and collaborate in their studies.
|Upper Division Learning Community (Jennings Court Apartments, Lawther Hall, Panther Village, Roth Apartments, and Shull Hall)
Upper division learning communities provide an opportunity for fourth-year+ students to interact with other upperclass students, live in a supportive environment and collaborate in their studies.