On-Campus Housing for Graduate and Extended Campus Summer Programs
UNCs Housing & Residential Education is excited to welcome you to campus for your coursework this summer
Living on Campus
Summer students will live in South Hall or North Hall. These residence halls are part of the Ridge Neighborhood, located on West Campus. The Ridge Neighborhood is within walking distance of Holmes Dining Hall, the Campus Recreation Center, Turner Green, Campus Commons, the University Center and the West Campus academic buildings.
These halls have spacious lounges with TVs, kitchens and laundry rooms (the cost to run these machines is included in the price of housing) on each wing. These halls also feature music practice rooms and study rooms throughout the facility, as well as a larger lounge and lobby spaces on the first floor for gatherings.
Graduate and Extended Campus Summer program:
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What to Bring
What you choose to bring is based on your personal and unique circumstances. The basics of bed linens, towels, clothing, toiletries, laundry soap and course supplies are sufficient for most students. You may want to consider bringing hangers to hang some items as they are not provided in the wardrobes or closets. UNC offers Bear Print in many of our residential facilities so no need to bring a printer. We also have many items for checkout from our front desk including cleaning supplies, games, movies and cooking equipment. We encourage you to look at this list for other helpful ideas of what to bring and what to leave at home.
Getting to Campus & Parking
If you are flying to Denver, you will want to fly into Denver International Airport (DIA). Greeley is about an hour northeast of DIA. You are responsible for your own transportation to get to the UNC Campus. Shuttle service from DIA to the UNC Campus in Greeley is available through several companies. All transportation services are located on Level 5 outside the main terminal of DIA. Most shuttles offer door-to-door service to the residence halls, upon request. Reservations are required for shuttles, and you will want to specify that your drop-off location will be South Hall on the UNC Campus. You should make reservations ahead of time and use reservation zip code 80639.
Directions, campus maps and virtual tours can be found on the UNC Campus Map.
All parking areas on the UNC Campus require an official UNC parking permit. Student Permits are available for purchase with Parking Services. Once purchased, the cost of the permit will be applied to your student bill. After you place the order for your permit, a temporary permit will be emailed to you. Please display this temporary permit until your permanent permit arrives in the mail. If your permit does not arrive within three weeks, please contact email@example.com. Please view this parking map, which shows the proximity of I and J lots to South Hall and North Hall.
Before You Arrive
Your UNC ID card is needed for you to access your residence hall. Use your BearMail account to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: Your Bear Number and phone number where you can be reached. Attach a copy of your driver's license or government-issued ID for verification of your identity. Attach a .jpg photo of yourself saved with the file name (your first.last name) that meets the criteria on the Card Office site.
UNC Mobile App
Download the UNC Mobile app from the Apple or Google Play so you can have the most up-to-date information and campus map.
Check Your BearMail for updates from UNC.
Other Campus Resources
Our colleagues in Campus Rec are happy to have you on campus and have plenty of options for membership during your stay on campus. This includes access to the Rec Center, as well as access to the Outdoor Pursuits Gear Shop.
The UNC Student Health Center is a walk-in clinic located in Cassidy Hall on Central Campus. All UNC students and employees are eligible to use the Student Health Center and most insurance plans can be billed.
The UNC Counseling Center is a team of passionate, caring and committed professionals with experience and expertise in addressing the concerns faced by college students.
Bear Central is a hassle-free zone integrating the student services of the Office of Financial Aid, Bursar’s Office and Office of the Registrar in one central location. Get help with billing, financial aid or registration questions and take care of other business like updating your personal information, managing money, adding or dropping classes, reviewing grades and applying for your degree