UNI’s Fall Semester Comes to a Close
It’s been an extraordinary year. In the last four months, we’ve successfully navigated a largely in-person semester amidst a global pandemic. Through it all, we’ve kept UNI strong and delivering on its mission to provide a high-quality, affordable education.
Because of our Panthers’ hard work and dedication, we were able to finish this year on campus. For that, we can all be thankful.
After students complete finals this week, the university will hold a virtual commencement ceremony Saturday, Nov. 28.
Winter classes will begin next week. Much of campus will shift to virtual operations between December 11 and January 19, allowing us to increase energy savings and deep-clean our facilities.
The challenges we faced this semester were significant, and not all universities were able to maintain the in-person experience. You can be proud of how we rose to the occasion together. I’m incredibly humbled and grateful to be a part of this amazing Panther community.
As we make plans for the start of spring semester in late January, we'll continue to make our campus and community a better place together.
Mark A. Nook