UNI Foundational Inquiry (UNIFI), our new general education program, is an exciting transformation for all of us! But we know that means students will have questions, and likely turn to faculty as their trusted ally in matters like these.
We've included a few frequently asked questions below, with answers concerning process information. For student concerns, please also see our Student FAQs. If you receive a question you feel that you cannot answer, please do not hesitate to direct students to The Office of Academic Advising (ITTC 007). Academic Advising can assist students Monday - Friday between 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on a drop-in basis. An advisor can help students to review their course history and determine how many credits they may have remaining if they switch to UNIFI.
If you are part of the College of Business or work with elementary education and early childhood students, put them in contact with your respective advising offices:
- College of Business:
College of Business advisors will be doing drop-ins from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. starting on March 7. Students should stop by the front desk of the Curris Business Building, Room 5, or hop on the Zoom link!
- Elementary Education and Early Childhood students:
The College of Education Advising and Teacher Education Success (CATS) Office (Schindler 151) will offer drop-in advising the week of February 28. Workshops will be held for students in their first year at UNI the week of March 7.