A Blue Knight's Campus Life

Urbana University offers numerous opportunities for students to get involved around campus.

All students, including commuters and nontraditional students, are encouraged to participate in the many cultural, educational, recreational and social events held on campus. Looking to get more physically active? Participate in one of our club or intramural sports! Looking to develop your leadership skills? Run for a Student Government position or join our residence life staff as a Resident Assistant! There is always something going on… just for U!

 



Student Shopping Program

Student Government and the Campus Life Office are now accepting registrations for the 2013-2014 Student Shopping Program!

Register your business today!

 


What's Your Beef?

Have an issue that you want to let your Student Government Association know about? Complete the SGA "What's Your Beef" form and SGA will address you concerns at their next meeting!

 


Emergency Alert Notificiation System

In an effort to communicate emergency situations on campus and campus closings, Urbana University utilizes a mass communication program, One Call Now,  with voice, text, and email messages. In order for any plan of this type to be successful in an emergency, the University will need accurate and complete information from community members.  Enroll today!

 

Text Messaging:

Members must opt-in to receive text messages. To do so, text ALERT to 22300. Message and data rates may apply.

 

Opt-Out:

Don't want to receive our emergency alert messages? Visit here to remove your information.

 

Urbana University Singers Present Spring Concert

Apr. 16th, 2014

The public is invited to the Urbana University Singers and Chamber Singers Spring Concert on Thursday, April 24, 2014 in the University Student Center’s Sara Landess Room. The concert begins at 7:00 p.m. There is no admission charge for this event. Read More

Fach Rolls Perfect Game, 800 Series at 2014 USBC Open

Apr. 15th, 2014

From the time his flight landed in Reno on Tuesday morning, Graham Fach of Urbana, Ohio, was on the move, and that included a quick stop at his hotel, a to-go order at Denny's, a quick march down Center Aisle at the National Bowling Stadium and a record-performance at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships.

The 22-year-old left-hander barely had time to look around and admire the grandeur of the NBS before hitting the lanes at the one-of-a-kind venue for the first time, and three hours later, he polished off the ninth perfect game and first 800 series of the 2014 event. Read More

Urbana University Hosts Educators from China

Mar. 31st, 2014

Earlier this month, Urbana University (UU) welcomed Chinese educators to its second annual Educator Leadership Training Conference. The conference, hosted by the University’s office of international studies, provided eight Chinese graduate education students and two higher education administrators from Shenyang Normal University (SNU) with the opportunity to learn about P-12 schools in the United States. Read More

The Campaign To Transform Urbana University Begins

Mar. 21st, 2014

Urbana University Board of Trustees Chair Dr. Steven Polsley has announced the start of the “Transform Urbana University Campaign” with the goal of raising $5 million in unrestricted gifts by December 31, 2014. Read More

Urbana University Announces Online Summer Licensure Program for Teachers

Mar. 18th, 2014

Urbana University announced today details about a new summer licensure program to serve elementary educators. The series of courses focuses on serving individuals who possess a PK-3 or 4-9 license and want to expand their teaching credentials to include grades 4-6. Read More

Fach Rolls Perfect Game, 800 Series at 2014 USBC Open

Apr. 15th, 2014

From the time his flight landed in Reno on Tuesday morning, Graham Fach of Urbana, Ohio, was on the move, and that included a quick stop at his hotel, a to-go order at Denny's, a quick march down Center Aisle at the National Bowling Stadium and a record-performance at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships.

The 22-year-old left-hander barely had time to look around and admire the grandeur of the NBS before hitting the lanes at the one-of-a-kind venue for the first time, and three hours later, he polished off the ninth perfect game and first 800 series of the 2014 event. Read More