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Instructors and Peer Mentors

UNI 201 Instructors

The dedicated instructors of UNI 201 represent many of the important campus offices transfer students depend on. Each instructor has a background working with transfer students and meeting their unique needs. Whether it is academic advising, career counseling, or tutoring, the UNI 201 faculty team is equipped to provide an additional level of support to transfers who choose to take the course.

How to Become a UNI 201 Instructor

Recruitment of UNI 201 faculty is ongoing, course are offered in both the fall and spring semester. The minimum qualifications to teach UNI 201 are:

  • A Master's degree or higher academic degree from an accredited institution (official transcript(s) required)
  • Prior experience in college teaching, student services, academic advising, or counseling
  • Interest and passion for working with Transfer and Military students
  • Approval of supervisor or department chair

Interested instructors should watch the UNI Information Session video prior to applying. All new instructors must complete a UNI 201 Instructor workshop. This hour-workshop will cover UNI curriculum and common components, and instructor expectations. All instructors are required to attend semester training workshops, and continuous training opportunities throughout the semester.

Applications can be accessed via the Human Resources website in the Temporary pool. You will be able to download your cover letter and/or resume/vitae via the online application.

Interviews for new instructors will be scheduled once the cover letter, resume, and application have been received and reviewed. Returning instructors will not need to interview but must submit an updated resume via the online application. If you have questions about the Transfer Seminar instructor position, please contact Dr. Rob Tripp, UNI 201 Coordinator, at