Student Life & Event Services

Contact Us

Interested in learning more or joining? We want to meet you! Submit an interest form here.

Have any general questions?

Email the Panhellenic Council at sororitylife@uni.edu or the Interfraternity Council at fraternitylife@uni.edu. Fraternity & Sorority Life Staff information can be found below for additional inquiries. 

Chapter contact information can be found on our webpage here.

Have a concern?

Please send an email to the Fraternity & Sorority Life staff. We understand that anonymity is important, and as such, contact information shared through your email will not be shared with any chapter. Staff from Fraternity & Sorority Life may use any information to follow up regarding the alleged incident.

Steffoni Schmidt, Associate Director
319-273-7422 | Steffoni.Schmidt@uni.edu

Taberie Van Boening, Program Assistant
319-273-6849 | Taberie.VanBoening@uni.edu

Climate Response Team

The Climate Response Team (CRT) offers a process for UNI community members to report bias/climate related experiences. We engage those impacted and involved through support, empowerment, and education.

The core functions of the Climate Response Team (CRT) include:

  • Gathering information and listening to those involved in a bias/climate related experience
  • Supporting individuals involved in a bias/climate related experience
  • Engaging in providing appropriate and effective education
  • Identifying and connecting with appropriate support services
  • Coordinating, when appropriate, activities with other campus wide entities
  • Reporting trends and making recommendations

What is a Hate/Bias Incident?

Any physically or verbally harmful act that is motivated by (or appears to be motivated by, in whole or in part) any of the following factors: race, religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or disability.

Anyone who has experienced, witnessed, or learned of a hate/bias incident should consider reporting this to the Climate Response Team.

Office of Compliance and Equity Management

The Office of Compliance and Equity Management (OCEM) serves faculty, staff and students to promote a safe environment and community through training, education and prevention work. The office oversees specific University policies that protects faculty, staff and student rights against discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct. Individuals who have experienced discrimination or harassment can work with the OCEM to explore resources and reporting options. 

Anyone who has experienced, witnessed, or learned of a discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct incident should consider reporting this to OCEM.