Summer Logistics for IRIS Onsite Session
There are many things you need to know to be successful during the onsite session.
This page was updated January 23, 2024.
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2024 Summer Onsite Session Dates:
Instructional Team (facilitators and mentors only):
June 20 - 29
CORE and Induction Participants:
June 23 - 29
Campus information is your go-to place for all things campus related. Get prepared for the summer onsite session.
IRIS Project will provide breakfast and lunch during the onsite session, June 24-28. Please refer to the daily onsite schedule to see which meals are on your own.
Several meals will be catered.
Notify IRIS Project of any dietary restrictions.
Your UNC ID card is your "key" to campus.
All new participants will obtain an ID card. Returning participants will need to bring
their previously issued student ID.
New ID cards will be obtained in person for free. If you lose your card, there is a $15 replacement fee.
You are responsible for making and paying for your own travel arrangements. Attendees who complete the onsite orientation will be given a $550 travel allotment to help defray travel costs to and from Greeley, Colorado. The $550 allotment will be provided 6-8 weeks after being onsite.
If you plan to drive...
2253 11th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631
Many participants can get around town without their own car.
Program information is your go-to place for all things related to your training during the summer onsite session.
Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides accommodations for the UNC community. If you need academic or campus accommodations, you should notify IRIS to start the process as soon as possible. The DRC works collaboratively with all individuals to to determine and provide appropriate accommodations.
You will need access to equipment and supplies during the onsite summer session. Items to bring with you:
Laptop w/ Camera
with charging cords
All handouts will be provided onsite
paper, pens, etc.
IRIS Project is an inclusive and rich environment of interactions and learning for all participants. IRIS upholds that the shared language of our space together is ASL. All onsite programming will be in ASL with no spoken English interpretation.
The IRIS Project recognizes that we are all working professionals. While onsite, the dress code is business casual.
IRIS's shared spaces are Fragrance-free environments during training sessions
IRIS recognizes that when in a shared space individuals may have sensitivity and/or allergic reactions to various fragrant products. Personal fragrant products (fragrances, colognes, lotions, powders and other similar products) that are perceptible to others should not be worn while we are in session.
This is an intensive program. You are in session all day interacting with peers and this might be the first in-person event you've attended for some time. You have left your home, job, and family/support people and this may be a challenging experience. The goal of the summer session is to provide you with the foundation you need to successfully complete this program.
In addition to the program information above, see the day-to-day outline on the Schedule for IRIS Onsite Session page.
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