A wide range of wellness services are offered through Human Resource Services to UNI faculty and
staff. The UNI Employee Wellness program offers free flu vaccinations, biometric health screenings and smoking cessation services to all
employees. The program also includes an annual Benefits & Wellness fair, on-campus health and wellness challenges and educational
Wellness & Recreation Services also offers employees the opportunity to use the on-site fitness facilities by paying an annual user fee.
Employees have access to fitness and leisure classes, personal trainers, massages, adult and youth swim lessons, CPR and first aid classes,
and over-the-counter products through the Student Health Clinic. Visit UNI Wellness & Recreation Services (WRS) for more information on the
Friday, November 22, 2013
7:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
UNI Employee Wellness encourages all employees to participate in a free Biometric Health Screening. This
screening is offered through Wheaton Franciscan Wellness Services. All UNI employees are eligible for one (1) free screening per academic
year. Spouses may sign up for $25 (blood profile only).
For more information, please view the FAQs.
The Iowa Food Hub is offering the Workplace
Local Food Box program for UNI employees to purchase subscriptions of fresh, locally-grown food. Employees can pick up their food box every
Friday beginning September 6th through December 20th from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Gilchrist 007. If you would like the opportunity to buy fresh,
healthy food and support the local community, please register for an account and place an order for a food box starting the week of August
26-August 30 to guarantee receipt of a food box on September 6th, the first day of delivery. Employees can register and start a food box
subscription at any point during the year, but orders should be placed before Friday in order to receive the following week’s food
This program for employees to Buy Fresh, Buy Local is based on the popular Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model. A
food box is a bag of groceries filled with milk, meat, eggs, processed products, and produce, featuring products from local growers,
creameries, and processors. Each week the food box has different contents. Fresh groceries are delivered weekly to the University of Northern
Iowa at the end of the work day on Friday.Register Today
For further information about the Workplace Local Food Box Program, please email Rachel Wobeter, Local Food Program
Manager at UNI, at email@example.com.