UNI 301

Notice:  All On-Ground UNI 301 Sections for Spring 2021 Will Be Offered Remotely

Due to health and safety considerations, all on-ground sections of the ECCE Speaker Series course (UNI 301) will be offered remotely for the Spring 2021 semester.  No live Speaker Series events will be held this spring.  Instead, students enrolled in UNI 301 will watch previously-recorded events on their own time (asynchronously).

On-ground students can register for these remote sections without special permission.  Remote UNI 301 Sections for Spring 2021 are Sections A – J.

For students enrolled in online degree programs, online UNI 301 Sections for Spring 2021 are Sections P-S.

UNI 301 is one-credit hour course.

If you have any questions about the ECCE Speaker Series or want additional details about the UNI 301 course this fall, please contact Kimberly Craig at craig.kimberly@uis.edu or at 217.206.6245.


UNI 301: ECCE Speaker Series is a required course for undergraduate students.  It offers students the opportunity to listen to and participate in discussions with a variety of speakers whose lectures compliment the Engaged Citizenship Common Experience curriculum.   The course is offered in on-ground and online formats.  There are several sections of each mode but the course shares a common syllabus.

On-ground UNI 301 students are required to attend at least four Speakers Series events with documented attendance.  Reflection on event content occurs through online discussion forums and an integrative essay.

Online UNI 301 students are required to view at least four Speakers Series event recordings.  Reflection on event content occurs through online discussion forums and an integrative essay.