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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

The University has developed the website prepare.uni.edu to provide timely information to campus. This website is updated regularly with information regarding the university's preparation and response to COVID-19.

Due to COVID-19 social distancing recommendations, Human Resource Services will not be accepting walk-ins.

Office hours will remain the same: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

General Questions

Call 319-273-2422 or send an email to hrs-mail@uni.edu.

Benefit Questions

Call 319-273-2423 or send an email to hrs-benefits@uni.edu.

Leave Questions

Call 319-273-6164 or send an email hrs-leaves@uni.edu.

Merit Applications

Forms can be emailed to hrs-meritapplications@uni.edu, faxed to 319-273-2927, or slid under the door of Gilchrist 027.

New Hires Needing to Complete New Hire Paperwork

Call 319-273-2422 for further direction.

Medicare Part B Forms*

Ensure section A of the form is complete and slide under the door. HRS Benefits will reach out by phone or email when complete.

Benefit Self-Service Assistance

Call 319-273-2423 and we will assist you while you are at an internet enabled computer.

Other Benefit or Insurance Related Forms*

Slide employer portions under the door. HRS Benefits will reach out by phone or email when complete.

*Please do not send personally identifiable information (e.g., social security numbers, birth dates, etc.) through email.

To contact a Human Resource Services staff directly, visit our Contact Us web page. If you are unsure who to contact, visit our About Us web page.

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My Benefits

UNI Employee Benefits Self-Service

Benefits Self-Service System is designed to help you enroll, make changes, and view your current benefit elections all in one location. For additional support, visit the Benefits Self-Service Help site.

Benefits Self-Service Login

Own Your Benefits

Financial Wellness

Knowing you are on track to meeting your financial goals is important to your overall well-being and reaching your desired financial freedom.

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Retirement Readiness

Are you thinking about retiring in the next 5-10 years or less? These resources will help you plan ahead and learn the requirements and benefits available at retirement from UNI.

  1. Phased Retirement Program FAQs
  2. Retiring from UNI

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