The 340-hectare campus features more than 40 major buildings within a 10-minute walking distance of each other. Between buildings, our beautiful park-like campus allows plenty of space to relax between classes. Modern, comprehensive facilities give students knowledge of and experience with the latest technology and equipment.
Some of these buildings include:
Rod Library with more than 970,00 books and bound periodical volumes and a computerized catalog search system.
A $19 million state-of-the-art Wellness/Recreation Center with exercise equipment, recreational courts, a waterslide and the tallest rock climbing wall in the Midwest.
The $23 million Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center showcasing UNI School of Music students and world-renowned performers.
A $16.9 million addition to McCollum Science Hall includes research facilities, laboratories and classrooms.
Maucker Union is the principal campus meeting place for students, faculty, staff and alumni.
On-campus housing for single and married students.
Computers are everywhere at UNI. Throughout the campus there are large, well-equipped computer labs in classroom buildings, residence halls and in the library. Networked Internet access is also available for free in residence hall rooms for each student who brings a computer.
The UNI-Dome, a multi-purpose sports center that seats 16,000 people for sporting events, concerts and exhibitions.
The McCleod Center is a performance venue for men's and women's basketball, volleyball, and wrestling; seating around 6000 spectators.
The Campanile, the central point of UNI's skyline, has a 47-bell carillon that rings out across campus. When you hear those bells, you’ll know you’ve arrived!
Built in 1903, but renovated in 2006, the East Gymnasium was renamed the Innovative Teaching and Technology Center (ITTC).
Sabin Hall underwent an extensive renovation, making it the first LEED-certified facility at UNI and showcasing the university's commitment to sustainability.