Unijuí performances significant culture, sports and leisure projects which disseminate concepts such as integration, civil rights and life quality. So there is the Anthropological Museum Diretor Pestana and its vast regional memory preserving collection; the Unijuí Choir that promotes Unijuí by music; and the dancing, wrestling and gymnastics performing Cadagy Company.
Company CADAGY / UNIJUÍ counts on Acrobatic Gymnastics, Dance, Capoeira and Kung Fu Group, made up of students from various University courses. It performs presentations at the opening of events, exhibitions fairs, university events, and it participates in various community sub-projects in Ijuí, thus fulfilling the objective of forming a creative and expressive group capable of elaborating differentiated and attractive choreographies to represent the University in artistic-cultural events.
The UNIJUÍ Choir is an integration environment between university and community that brings culture in the form of music to different audiences. For more than 20 years the history of the UNIJUÍ Choir takes part in the cultural history of the region, bringing joy by music.
The group is made up of students, teachers, staff, alumni, and community members.
Ijuí, where are situated Unijuí’s main campus and its headquarters, is known as Land of Diverse Cultures, housing an important movement coordinated by the Ethnic Union of Ijuí with its yearly National Festival of Diverse Cultures. Ijuí, settled in one of the most fertile regions of Rio Grande do Sul, was the first settlement project of the Brazilian Republic. In 1890 it was inhabited mainly by three different groups of immigrants: Polish, Germans and Italians. The peculiarities of the town attracted new immigrant waves, among them Latvians, Portuguese, Austrians, Afro-Brazilians, Swedish, Spanish, Arabian, and Dutch ones. This ethnic and cultural diversity enriches exchanging experiences of foreign exchange students at Unijuí.