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!
UU Tip Line
In an effort to create a safer campus, the Division of Student Affairs has created the Urbana University Tip Line.
Students, faculty, and staff can call 937-772-9338 to report any suspicious behaviors, activities, or other helpful information. Callers can remain anonymous when leaving their message. Once we receive a message, a member of the Student Affairs staff will determine what further or appropriate action needs to be taken.
Tips can also be e-mailed to email@example.com
If you know things are going on around campus, please give this number a call.
With your help we can make a safer UU!
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!
Members must opt-in to receive text messages. To do so, text ALERT to 22300. Message and data rates may apply.
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Dust Bowl Panel Discussion at UU on April 1Mar. 26th, 2015
The impact of the New Deal program called the Living Newspaper and the effect of the political and agricultural policies revealed in the Living Newspaper script, Triple-A Plowed Under will be the topic of a panel discussion on Wednesday, April 1 at 12 noon in the Urbana University Swedenborg Memorial Library. Read More
Giampetro to Present “The Greatest Generation” at Urbana UniversityMar. 26th, 2015
The Dust Bowl of the 1930s occurred during the early years of historical events survived by the Greatest Generation. Frank Giampetro will discuss “The Greatest Generation” at a lecture on Monday, March 30 beginning at 6 pm in the Urbana University Swedenborg Memorial Library Read More
McCoy Named to Board of Trustees at Urbana UniversityMar. 25th, 2015
Chairman Dr. David R. Decker announced the addition of alumnus Richard “Dick” McCoy, of Cambridge, Ohio as the newest member of the Urbana University Board of Trustees. Read More
Urbana University hosts Basketball Alumni Reunion on February 7Jan. 26th, 2015
The University will host the Round Ball Reunion, inviting former Urbana University basketball players, cheerleaders, coaches, athletic directors, faculty, staff, and friends to return to campus to relive their memories and renew relationships. Read More
Swimmers Helander & Schwartz Earn SAAC Scholar Athletes of FebruaryMar. 3th, 2015
Urbana University swimmers Kim Helander (Tyreso, Sweden/Tyreso Gymnasium) and Jennifer Schwartz (Strangnas, Sweden/JB Gymnasiet) have been named the February Scholar Athletes of the Month by Urbana University’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. It's the second straight month 2 Blue Knight swimmers have won the award.
Scholar Athletes of the Month will be awarded from September to May by Urbana University’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. The Committee includes at least one leader from each intercollegiate sports team on campus. It serves as a bridge between Urbana University's student-athletes and the NCAA. The Scholar Athletes of the Month are selected and voted on by each member of the SAAC. In order to qualify to be nominated for the award, student-athletes must be at least a sophomore in the classroom. Nominees also must have made the Dean’s List in the previous semester with a minimum GPA of 3.60 for the semester. Winners must be in-season, and they must have made a significant athletic contribution during the month of their selection. Read More
Urbana University Selected to Host a New Traveling Exhibition About Dust BowlNov. 21st, 2014
Urbana University’s Swedenborg Memorial Library is pleased to announce that the traveling exhibit, “Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry” will arrive on campus in March 2015. Read More