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Home to 771 Distinguished Black Belts
Last update -- November 16, 2015

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Jr. Grand Master Joseph Philip
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Fall/Winter Practice Schedule

Monday and Wednesday
7:00 to 8:30
p.m. -- WRC 176
Mixed Class

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In order to enjoy the optimal mental and physical benefits of Tae Kwon-Do training,
students are encouraged to live a life free of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.

Welcome UNI Students, Faculty, and Staff

2016 Winter/Spring Semester New & Returning Students' Registration
New Students -- After you have discussed membership, goals, and class schedule with KwanJangNim and our Club President,
click on the New Students' links. Print, complete, and return the forms when you attend your first class

Current/Returning Students -- Click on the Current Students' links. Follow directions for each form.
Returning students' registration must be completed the first week of the semester
-- unless you have been approved for late registration --
Membership Dues and Testing Fees are expected the first week of the Spring Semester

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For New Students

For Current Students


Fact Sheet
(Print, Complete & Bring To Class)

My 2016 Winter/Spring Semester Commitment
(Print, Complete & Bring To Class)

Release of Liability and Medical Authorization
(Print, Complete & Bring To Class)

Gup Promotional Testing Application (Printer Friendly Version)
(For White thru Brown Belts -- Print, Complete & Bring To Class)

Fact Sheet
(Update Current Fact Sheet on File)

My 2016 Winter/Spring Semester Commitment
(Print, Complete & Bring To Class
by January 11, 2016)

Release of Liability and Medical Authorization
(Update Current Liability Form on File)

Gup Promotional Testing Application
(For White thru Brown Belts)

Dan Promotional Testing Application
(For All Black Belts)




For All Students
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Congratulations on your membership in the UNI Tae Kwon-Do Club

771 Distinguished Black Belts 
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The UNI Tae Kwon-Do Club is celebrating its 46th year on campus. We are UNI's oldest active Sport Club, and the oldest Collegiate Tae Kwon-Do program in America. Our Instructor has produced an unprecedented 771 Distinguished Black Belts, a national Collegiate milestone. Our Black Belts include 13 Master Instructors, 231 Junior Black Belts, both national Champions, and national Grand Champions.

Students of any skill level, age, gender, or physical conditioning, can learn the Korean Art. We practice Traditional Chung do Kwan Tae Kwon-Do, and our focus is on Discipline, Courtesy and Respect. New students may join anytime during the year, and practice up to 7 times per week.

There are more than 130 recognized Martial Art styles. There is much diversity when comparing their philosophies and physical technique. Have a Martial Arts question? Stop by and visit with our Instructor. Our classes are always open for the public to observe, learn, and ask questions. Jr. Grand Master Philip holds an 8th Dan, has practiced the Art for 46 years, and is the most senior non Asian Tae Kwon-Do Black Belt in the United States. He is in his 41st year instructing the UNI Tae Kwon-Do Club.

The ancient Korean Art, Chung do Kwan Tae Kwon-Do, is based on the values of Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, and Indomitable Spirit. Not only is Tae Kwon-Do a valid means of self-defense, but it also increases coordination, sharpens alertness, strengthens the body, and develops respect for the self and others. The feeling of accomplishment gained by the student helps develop self-confidence, which is carried over into everyday life. Tae Kwon-Do can help the shy become more confident and outgoing, and can help curb hostility through its emphasis on respect and discipline.

The 2,500 years old Art Form is an excellent cardiovascular developer. The aerobic exercise is ideal for weight loss, and control. Students experience muscular development and toning, as the class workouts refresh the body, and are great for stress release. Flexibility, balance, and strength conditioning includes stretching and yoga.

With a focus on Discipline, Courtesy and Respect, quality instruction is presented with an emphasis on the true philosophy of Tae Kwon-Do. As a way of life, Tae Kwon-Do is based on the ethical and moral standards by which we can live together in harmony. We seek to eliminate violence by deterring the strong from oppressing the weak through developing a power that must be based on humanity, justice, morality, wisdom and faith, thus helping to build a better and more peaceful world.

As a way of life, Tae Kwon-Do is for everyone

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