We Take Pride in Being UNC Bears
In fact, you won’t find a bigger, bolder group of graduates than the network of UNC alumni.
We may live in different cities, be graduates of different class years, and pursue different careers, but together we are UNC's Bear Network and we believe in the power of giving back.
Once a Bear, Always a Bear
Goodman Speaker Series Lecure and Reception
Wednesday, April 5, 2023
15th Annual Women's Walk
Saturday, April 15, 2023
Greeley or Virtual
Carnegie Hall Performance and Reception
Saturday, May 13, 2023
New York City
Find additional university events and opportunities at calendar.unco.edu
Drive with Bear Pride
Show your pride while supporting student scholarships. Your $50 donation to the UNC License Plate Scholarship Fund provides you the option to purchase UNC plates for your Colorado-registered vehicle.
UNC Monthly News
Mother Daughter Legacy - More than your Average Bears
Following in her mother’s footsteps, first-year Maddie Cabot is taking on the entertaining role of Klawz, UNC’s mascot. Years earlier her mom, Dana Hoffman, did the same when she was a freshman at UNC.
Celebrating 50 Years of Title IX
Before Title IX was enacted by Congress in June 1972, female student-athletes and coaches at UNC had already begun blazing a trail for those who were to follow them. UNC Athletics caps off a year of recognizing the trailblazing legacy of its alumni during the 15th Annual Women’s Walk April 15.
Faculty Award Affirms Great Teaching
Professor of Education, and co-director of the UNC Future Teachers Conference Suzette Youngs, Ph.D., awarded the Sears Helgoth Distinguished Teaching Award, thanks to the generosity of UNC donors Kathleen Sears ’76 and Jim Helgoth.
Visit the Newsroom and Alumni Blog to find more stories highlighting UNC success stories.