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Mission: Our role is to support military members, veterans, and their families at UNI as they transition between military duty, college, and new careers. We are committed to faculty and staff education, on and off campus resource networking, advocacy, and listening to each student to ensure that each military affiliated students' voice is heard and they are empowered to achieve success in class and beyond.

Inaugural PTSD Awareness Event

Inaugural PTSD Awareness EventIn partnership with UNI Counseling Services, UNI Student Disability Services, UNI Wellness Center, and IA Vocational Rehabilitation Services UNI Service unit, we are sponsoring the Inaugural Statewide PTSD Awareness Conference. To register for this conference, click here.

UNI holding a conference to help all forms of PTSD

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -  Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, otherwise known as PTSD can have great effects on a person.

You could be suffering from anxiety, you could be suffering from nightmares, and you may not be able to sleep," explains Chris Kennedy from the University of Northern Iowa’s Veterans Association.

Members of the Veterans Association say PTSD does not only affect veterans. People who did not serve in the military also can have it.

Boots to Books

 A Scholarship Program for Veteran Students at the University of Northern Iowa

Boots to Books is a program designed to help veterans transition to civilian life and the college environment. 

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