Finance and Audit, Board of Trustees Meeting Next Week
November 27, 2023 — The UNC Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting of the Finance and Audit Committee on Thursday, Dec. 7, starting at 1:30 p.m. The full board will meet on Friday, Dec. 8 starting at 8:30 a.m.
Goal Achieved, Fall Grads’ Path to Commencement
November 22, 2023 — Meet seven of the University of Northern Colorado's fall 2023 graduates who shared their story with us about their time at UNC, both challenging and exciting, what their plans are after commencement and advice they would give to future Bears.
UNC Arts Presents Two Holiday Concerts
November 22, 2023 — UNC Arts presents two holiday concerts in the Campus Commons Performance Hall this coming weekend.
Finals Week Bear Box
November 22, 2023 — Bear Box, the innovative student-run business from UNC's Entrepreneurship Club, is excited to announce the launch of the Finals Week Box. This carefully curated care package offers a tangible way for friends and family to support their students during the demanding finals season.
Late Night Study at Michener Library
November 17, 2023 — Students, need a quiet spot to hit the books as you prepare for finals? Michener Library is bringing back Late Night Study beginning Nov.26 - Dec.7, Sunday through Thursday nights, from midnight to 3 a.m.
New Scholarship Available
November 17, 2023 — The time to apply for scholarships is here, and there is an exciting new scholarship available for students. The Unpaid Work-Based Learning Scholarship is offered by the Center for Career Readiness to undergraduate or graduate students who pursue unpaid work-based learning opportunities such as internships and student teaching.
Career Readiness Curriculum Toolkit
November 17, 2023 — UNC was selected as one of 12 campus teams to participate in the American Association of Colleges and Universities grant project on "Implementing Equitable and Inclusive Curriculum-to-Career Models".
Retirement Celebration for Longtime Faculty Member
November 17, 2023 — Faculty and staff are invited to celebrate and honor the retirement of School of Special Education Professor Francie Murry, Ph.D., on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 3-5 p.m., in McKee room 0008. Murry has dedicated her passion and hard work to UNC for more than 30 years.
State Farm Invests in Career Readiness Initiatives for UNC Students
November 16, 2023 — This year, State Farm has generously awarded the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) two grants totaling $50,000 as a part of their Good Neighbor Citizenship Grant program.
Alumna Named Colorado Teacher of the Year
November 14, 2023 — Jessica May will spend the next year serving as an ambassador of sorts for the state’s teachers and will join the education commissioner’s Teacher Cabinet, a state advisory panel of educators, according to the education nonprofit Chalkbeat Colorado.
Going to the Mat, From UNC Wrestler to a 2024 Summer Olympics Hopeful
November 13, 2023 — This year, Andrew Alirez will step away from his academic career and college wrestling in pursuit of realizing that goal next summer at the 2024 Olympics in France.
Titanic: The Musical Showing This Weekend
November 10, 2023 — UNC Arts presents the concert version of Titanic: The Musical in the Campus Commons Performance Hall on Nov. 16-18, at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 19, at 2 p.m. Epic and majestic, with moments of heartbreaking intimacy, Titanic captures the triumph and tragedy of the hopeful passengers on the ill-fated Ship of Dreams.
November 10, 2023 — Campus Connections is recruiting undergraduate and graduate students to become mentors for the Spring 2024 semester.
Supporting First-Generation College Students to Become Next-Generation Leaders
November 6, 2023 — Recognized nationally as First-Generation College Celebration Day, Nov. 8 serves as a special tribute to first-generation college students, defined as individuals whose parents and/or guardians did not complete a four-year degree.
Commentary: The Importance of Investing in First-Generation Students
November 6, 2023 — This year on Nov. 8, colleges across the country are celebrating first-generation students as a part of National First-Generation College Celebration Day. This date is the anniversary of the Higher Education Act of 1965, which provided funding for programs to increase access, admission, retention, persistence and graduation of first-generation and low-income students attending institutions of higher education (IHE).
New Veterans Services Director Creating Community for Student Veterans
November 5, 2023 — Community is very important to the University of Northern Colorado’s new director of Veterans Services LaChaune DuHart-Wood, because she has experienced the benefits that come from feeling that sense of belonging first-hand: from the Black community, the veteran community and even her online gaming community, just to name a few.
Reminder from Sodexo
November 3, 2023 — Reminder to faculty/staff and student clubs/orgs – for food safety purposes, Sodexo/UNC Catering has first rights for all catered events on campus.
Managing Meal Plans
November 3, 2023 — Students, don't forget, there are only six more weeks in the fall 2023 semester. For those who have fallen short of meal swipes, they can add 25 to their current plan.
Registration for the Spring 2024 Term Opens on Nov. 6.
November 3, 2023 — Graduate students can register now, and undergraduate students can register starting at 7 a.m. on their assigned date, which is based off the number of completed credit hours they have (not including current courses).
Geography Awareness Week
November 3, 2023 — Nov. 13-17 is Geography Awareness Week, and the Geography Department is partnering with groups across campus for a series of climate, environmental and geographical (GIS) events.
Apply for the Award for Excellence in Social Science Engaged Research
November 3, 2023 — The Award for Excellence in Social Science Engaged Research, launched in 2012, is the result of a generous endowment from Robert Brunswig, Rebecca Brunswig and Ken Coleman. An award of $1,000 is offered each year to a faculty member who has demonstrated exemplary scholarship in engaged research and civic engagement.
Call for Colorado OER Grant Program is Open
November 3, 2023 — The UNC Affordable and OER (AOER) Committee wants UNC faculty, departments and programs to know about Round 6 of the statewide OER grant program. The grant program aims to support the adoption, adaptation and creation of open educational resources (OER) for courses and programs at Colorado higher education institutions.
2023 Fall Graduates: Share Your Story with UNC
November 3, 2023 — In order to fully celebrate you, the University Advancement team wants to hear about your fun, memorable and life-changing stories throughout your time at UNC in the form of text and images.
PHOTOS: Day of the Dead Celebration
November 1, 2023 — Día de los Muertos is rooted in Mexican culture where death is honored by loved ones whose family and friends who have died are remembered.
Mobile Blood Drive Coming to Campus
October 30, 2023 — ColoradoSPH at UNC is partnering with UCHealth to host a Mobile Blood Drive for all students, faculty and staff on Thursday, Nov. 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., outside of the Campus Commons.
UNC Mourning the Passing of Former President Dick Bond
October 27, 2023 — It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that former UNC president Richard Bond passed away on Oct. 26.
Pay for Temporary Parking via a Mobile Parking App
October 27, 2023 — Students, faculty and staff can now pay for temporary parking via a mobile parking app called Passport. In order to do so, drivers will need to download the app, enter the zone they're parked in along with their license plate, and pay via credit card.
Members of a UNC Libraries Taskforce Receive Award
October 27, 2023 — Members of the UNC Libraries Liaison Model Taskforce recently accepted the Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL) Award for 2023 Project of the Year at the CAL annual conference in Loveland.
UNIV 101 Research Nights Needs Judges
October 27, 2023 — Each fall semester, University 101 students participate in Research Nights. It is the culmination of the students' semester’s work and introduction to UNC’s scholarly community.
Reminder that the 2024-25 FAFSA is Not Yet Open
October 27, 2023 — A reminder for students – the 2024-25 FAFSA is not yet open and is expected to open some time in December.
UNC Alumna, Berthoud Teacher Named 2024 Colorado Teacher of the Year
October 27, 2023 — Announced by the Colorado Department of Education, UNC alumna Jessica May, '96, a middle school teacher at Turner Middle School in the Thompson School District, was named the 2024 Colorado Teacher of the Year in a surprise ceremony at her school.
Energize Your Teaching with a Learning Resource Development Grant
October 27, 2023 — The Instructional Design and Development (IDD) team, in collaboration with the Affordable & Open Educational Resources (AOER) Committee, invites faculty, staff and graduate students to embark on a journey of creating and sharing digital learning resources on Canvas.
Tea with Frances Wisebart Jacobs – Founder of United Way
October 20, 2023 — On Sunday, Oct. 29, 2-4 p.m., in the Michener Multipurpose Room, University Libraries is hosting an afternoon tea with Mrs. Frances Wisebart Jacobs, whose ground-breaking efforts to help those in need in Denver in the late 1800s led her to be known nationally as the “Mother of Charities” and led to the creation of United Way and National Jewish Health.
UNC Flourish? What’s That?
October 20, 2023 — UNC Flourish is a new campaign that invests in improving student well-being, and we invite you to play your part. This campaign is rooted in meaningful connections, engagement and belonging.
Colorado Combined Campaign
October 19, 2023 — The ColoradoCombinedCampaign (CCC) is a workplace campaign that provides a way for Colorado government employees to donate to charities that benefit Coloradans. They can do so by payroll deduction, cash, check or credit card. Donations to the CCC are voluntary, confidential and tax-deductible.
Celebrate Open Access Week Oct. 23-29
October 19, 2023 — Join the University Libraries in celebrating Open Access Week Oct. 23-29. This week-long event serves as a platform for educating both students and faculty alike on the importance of open access (OA) materials and is an opportunity to appreciate the remarkable efforts of UNC faculty in integrating OA materials across campus.
PHOTOS: Day of Art
October 18, 2023 — The sound of the University of Northern Colorado’s drumline commenced the second annual Day of Art last Friday. It is the biggest yearly event for the College of Performing and Visual Arts, showcasing the work of UNC’s artists with both the campus community, as well as the Greeley community.
Annual Celebration Promotes Financial Aid Awareness
October 16, 2023 — Financial Aid Day (FAD) is a special day that is set aside to celebrate and recognize the contribution of Financial Aid Professionals across the United States for helping students realize their college dreams. It's also promotes financial aid awareness. As a reminder, students should complete the 2024-25 FAFA as soon as it opens in December. The UNC Scholarship Application opens Nov. 1.
Assistant Vice President for Human Resources Open Forums
October 13, 2023 — The search committee for the next Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Human Resources invites faculty and staff to participate in open forums for three finalists on Oct. 17, 20 and 24.
UNC Safety Notice: Help Deter Bicycle Thefts
October 13, 2023 — Bicycle theft is one of the most common crimes on campus , with an average of XX bikes stolen every year. However, there are several things people can do to help deter bicycle thefts, starting with securing their bike with a quality lock.
Changes Coming to Boomerang Shuttle Starting Oct. 16
October 13, 2023 — Due to staffing shortages with Greeley Evans Transit (GET), the Boomerang shuttle service will be limited to a single bus starting Monday, Oct. 16, through the remainder of the fall semester.
Juniors and Seniors: The Phelps Family Scholarship Award Application Opens Nov. 1
October 12, 2023 — Two Phelps Family C.A.P. Award scholarships are available for 2024-25 with increased amounts of $10,000 each. The award is designated for juniors or seniors from any major. Students should apply through the UNC Scholarship Application which opens Nov. 1.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month
October 12, 2023 — October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a pivotal time to remind ourselves that the digital world we navigate daily requires vigilance. As threats evolve, so must our habits. Protect your personal information, be wary of unsolicited communications, and continuously educate yourself on the latest best practices. A safer internet begins with you.
Winter Weather is Approaching - How UNC Handles Snow Days
October 12, 2023 — It’s getting close to that time of year when Colorado’s inclement weather can affect university operations. UNC’s Inclement Weather Policy webpage provides helpful information about notifications, closures, delays and other frequently asked questions.
Toy Drive for Student Parents at UNC
October 12, 2023 — UNC's Student Honors Activity Council is organizing a toy drive for student parents at UNC. The deadline to sign up as a parent requesting toys is Nov. 1. The deadline to sign up as a volunteer who would like to donate toys is Nov. 15.
You're Invited: Virtual Town Hall Strategic Enrollment Management Planning
October 12, 2023 — You're invited to attend the Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1-2 p.m., to learn more about the current work and progress in Phase 3 of the university's SEM Plan.
Tobey-Kendel Dining Operations Moving Indoors
October 12, 2023 — UNC Dining Services has moved Tobey-Kendel dining operations indoors for the fall to accommodate with the cold weather. For food options on Central Campus, please visit the Tobey-Kendel lobby.
Nominations Open for A.M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Scholar Award
October 12, 2023 — Nominations are now being accepted for the A.M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Scholar Award. Nominations and full applications are due on or before Friday, Oct. 20, to the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at email@example.com.
Pressbooks Publishing Opportunity
October 12, 2023 — For individuals working on a free textbook or an open educational resource (OER) for a course they teach, the Colorado Department of Higher Education and the Colorado OER Council are offering a number of seats on the Pressbooks publishing platform for OER works created by Colorado instructors and faculty. This is for works in process or already completed works.
$25 Million Gift, Largest in UNC History, Accelerates Plans for College of Osteopathic Medicine
October 10, 2023 — The University of Northern Colorado’s vision to meet the critical and growing demand for doctors across the state just received a major endorsement. The Weld Trust has committed $25 million earmarked for the university’s proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Historic Homecoming: The Celebration of a Century
October 9, 2023 — The University of Northern Colorado is commemorating a major milestone this year, celebrating a century of traditions, competitions, community, laughter and coming home.
Pizza with the President
October 5, 2023 — Students are invited to join President Feinstein on Thursday, Oct. 12, 4-5 p.m., in the University Center Office of Student Engagement lobby, for pizza and conversation on how student clubs and registered student organizations (RSOs) offer involvement, community and leadership to all students.
Call for Abstracts
October 5, 2023 — The Fall Undergraduate Symposium will be held Nov. 16, with expanded performing and visual arts categories. Applications with abstracts/project summaries are due Oct. 20.
Free Movie Night at Kress Cinema
October 5, 2023 — A new Bear Biz business partner, The Kress Cinema & Lounge, is celebrating its 15th anniversary and is sharing free movies with local college students to celebrate. Starting now, every Monday night will be "Monday Night College Night" at the cinema where UNC and Aims Community College students will be able to get a free movie ticket by presenting their valid student ID.
Student Entrepreneurs Launch Care Package Business
October 5, 2023 — The Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) at UNC is excited to announce the launch of their club business, Bear Box. Bear Box offers thoughtfully curated care packages designed for parents and friends to purchase for their UNC students.
Free Tech Support for Personal and University-Owned Devices
October 2, 2023 — This fall, IM&T launched a new service called Tech Den that is located on the first floor of Michener Library. At the Tech Den, students, faculty and staff can receive free in-person technology support on personal and university-owned devices seven days a week.
Student Health Fair Oct. 5 - Register to Win a Free Mountain Bike
October 2, 2023 — UNC’s Student Health Center is hosting its annual Student Health Fair on Thursday, Oct. 5, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the lower level of the University Center tabling walkway.
NSF Grant to Focus on Entrepreneurship, Workforce Resilience and Development along Colorado's Front Range
October 2, 2023 — The ecosystem for entrepreneurs and innovators in the fields of emerging technologies in Colorado’s Front Range just received a major investment in the form of a new stream of federal funding and the collective brainpower of researchers from four universities.
FAFSA Delayed Opening This Year
September 29, 2023 — The 2024-25 FAFSA will not be opening until sometime in December 2023, which is later than the Oct. 1 open date in recent years. While the FAFSA open date is later than usual, there will be fewer questions that a family will need to answer once it does open.
Share Your Dining Experience and Win Great Prizes
September 29, 2023 — To help Sodexo continually improve, they are asking students to participate in their quick three-minute Dining Satisfaction Survey. Feedback is essential in helping Sodexo create a dining experience that meets and exceeds expectations.
Leaders Needed for Upcoming Experience UNC Event
September 29, 2023 — The Office of Admissions needs 8-10 faculty or staff members to serve as group leaders for the next Experience UNC – First Gen Visit Day on Saturday, Oct. 7. Experience UNC is geared toward helping high school and transfer students, and their families, to explore and learn more about UNC.
Latest Edition of the Environmental Health and Safety Newsletter
September 29, 2023 — The quarterly newsletter encourages faculty, staff and students to review the campus Emergency Response Plan and discusses household hazardous waste and getting the flu shot.
Mobile Food Pantry Returns, Volunteers and Bags Needed
September 29, 2023 — The Weld Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry will return to UNC on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The pantry will be located in the southeast corner of the C lot, across from Campus Commons. Guests are encouraged to bring their own bags or boxes to the event, but a supply of bags will be available.
Inspiring Others Through Science: New Audiologist and Cognitive Neuroscientist Plans to Make Big Impact
September 26, 2023 — By leveraging her expertise in audiology and cognitive neuroscience, Hannah Glick, Au.D., Ph.D., wants to help students discover their purpose and passion in science.
Visiting Scholar to Give Presentation on Disability Activism and Inclusion
September 21, 2023 — Tekla Babyak, an independent scholar with multiple sclerosis, is visiting UNC on Monday, Sept. 25, to present a talk titled "Ask, Tell, Create: Strategies for Disability Activism and Inclusion."
Professional Administrative Staff Council Accepting Membership Nominations
September 21, 2023 — The Professional Administrative Staff Council (PASC) is accepting nominations for open council membership spots through Friday, Oct. 6. Nominations of peers and self-nominations are accepted.
Get Ready to Graduate: Commencement Fair
September 21, 2023 — If you're graduating this fall, don't miss the Commencement Fair on Thursday, Sept. 28. Attend in-person, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., University Center Lower Level, or register for the virtual fair, 4-6 p.m.
Professor and Paralympic Champion Paves the Way for Inclusiveness to be Center Court in Tennis
September 20, 2023 — Scott Douglas, Ph.D., wants to create major changes in how all tennis players train to become champions. He sees the potential the sport has in becoming more accessible and well-known, and the way to get there, he says, is to have all tennis athletes, those with and without disabilities, train together.
Nursing Program Rises in U.S. News Rankings
September 19, 2023 — The University of Northern Colorado’s undergraduate nursing program has been ranked among the 2024 Best Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
UNC School of Music Launches New Degree with ¡Celebremos! Festival of Latinx Music and Culture
September 18, 2023 — The University of Northern Colorado’s School of Music will celebrate the launch of its new cutting-edge Bachelor of Arts in Latinx Music degree program with a multifaceted cultural event on Oct. 13 at UNC Campus Commons.
Emergency Alert System to be Tested
September 15, 2023 — A test of UNC's Emergency Alert Messaging System will be conducted around 12:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 20.The test message will be sent to UNC email accounts, text-enabled campus phones, subscribed cell phones (text message) and campus emergency poles.
National Voter Registration Day
September 15, 2023 — To celebrate National Voter Registration Day tomorrow, Sept. 19, University Libraries will host a table in the Michener Library foyer, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., where students and others can register to vote, change their address, select party affiliation and get more information on important issues.
The Provost Award for Travel Fall Competition
September 15, 2023 — The Provost Award for Travel Fall Competition deadlines are approaching, for travel taking place from October 2023 to April 2024.
Psychological Services Clinic Available
September 15, 2023 — The Psychological Services Clinic (PSC) at UNC provides confidential, low-cost counseling and psychological assessment services, with weekly counseling services starting at $75 for the entire semester for individuals, couples, families and group counseling. Group counseling is always free.
Don't Miss the Fall 2023 Commencement Fair
September 15, 2023 — Attention Fall 2023 graduates, the Commencement Fair is an opportunity to make sure graduates are ready for the December Commencement ceremonies.
The Holocaust in Comic Books – Panel Presentation
September 15, 2023 — On Saturday, Sept. 23, 3-5 p.m., in the Michener Multipurpose Room a will explore how the Holocaust has been portrayed in comic books, the importance of Holocaust education and resources and advice for teaching to Colorado's state standards related to the Holocaust and genocide studies.
Registration is now open for Bear GRADS: Graduate Research and Development Series
September 15, 2023 — UNC Libraries and the Graduate School are partnering to host this new series of webinars geared toward graduate students of all disciplines and experience levels.
Student Government Association: Applications Due Sept. 19 for Class Senators
September 11, 2023 — The Student Government Association is actively seeking dedicated individuals to join the team as class senators. The application deadline is Sept. 19, at 5 p.m. This is a golden opportunity to become a vital part of UNC's student community and play a pivotal role in shaping its future.
Celebrating the Complexity of Identities Through Latinx Heritage Month
September 11, 2023 — National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture and achievements of the United States. At UNC, however, the annual observance is celebrated as Latinx Heritage Month.
Beethoven in the Rockies: Concert Series Celebrates its Third Annual Festival
September 8, 2023 — The concert series that pays homage to the musical genius Ludwig van Beethoven will celebrate its third annual festival in the heart of Greeley, Colorado.
Faculty Art on Display at the Curfman Gallery
September 8, 2023 — School of Art and Design Professor Lauren Lipinski Eisen has 12 individual works included in the two-person exhibition “The Object of Memory” currently on view at the Curfman Gallery in Colorado State University's Lory Student Center in Ft. Collins.
Resurgence of the Press: Student-Run Newspaper Makes Triumphant Return
September 6, 2023 — This fall, after a couple of semesters on hiatus, it will be making a return and aligning with present-day media and demand, it will become an online newspaper.
Pizza with the President
September 6, 2023 — Students are invited to join President Andy Feinstein for pizza and to share their experiences from the first few weeks of school on Thursday, Sept. 14, 4 p.m., in the University Center Aspens room.
New Business Dean Ken Colwell: ‘We Stack Up’
September 5, 2023 — Since Ken Colwell, Ph.D., took the leadership reins as dean of the Monfort College of Business July 1, the veteran dean has been listening and learning while shaping his vision for the college of business and where he wants to take it.
Get to Know Jim Doerner, new Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
September 5, 2023 — Joining the university in 1994 as an assistant professor of geography, Jim Doerner, a full professor of Geography, GIS, and Sustainability, became permanent dean in April 2023 for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS).
Mobile Food Pantry Coming to UNC, Volunteers Needed
September 1, 2023 — The Weld Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry is coming to UNC this fall. The mobile pantry supports UNC community members by bringing healthy, fresh foods to those in need of food assistance.
Don't Miss the UNC Block Party, Taco Bar at Friday Fest
September 1, 2023 — Along with UNC Night at Greeley's Friday Fest Block Part on Friday, Sept. 8, 6-9 p.m., in downtown Greeley, the Office of Student Life is hosting a free taco bar starting at 7:30 p.m. for the first 200 students at Luna’s Tacos and Tequila.
Learn About the Next Version of Banner
September 1, 2023 — IM&T would like to invite faculty and staff to learn more about Banner from UNC's Ellucian Banner team on Friday, Sept. 8, 1-3 p.m., in the Campus Commons.
Fusing Business and Health, Prestigious Scholarship Recipient Aims to Empower Healthcare Professionals
August 31, 2023 — First year Dylan Roseman is one of 50 Colorado students selected to be a 2023 Boettcher Scholar. The highly competitive scholarship program provides recipients with an annual fixed amount of $20,000 for four years.
COVID-19 on the Rise, Tests and Masks Available on Campus
August 31, 2023 — Although still at some of the lowest levels since the start of the pandemic, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise across the state and nation.
Eighth Annual Bears, Brews and Bites
August 30, 2023 — On Saturday, Sept. 9, the Brewing Lab Sciences Program is hosting the 8th Annual Bears Brews and Bites beer festival. In partnership with Athletics, this event takes place during the tailgate of the first home football game every season during the Fan Fest Tailgate.
Harmonizing Dreams: Successful Singer and Immigrant Rights Champion Earns Prestigious Scholarship
August 30, 2023 — Osuna’s range in involvement during high school made him a perfect candidate for higher education scholarship opportunities. His parents, both teachers, and counselor recognized this and introduced him to the Boettcher Scholarship Program.
Born to Help: A Career in Nursing
August 25, 2023 — Patricio was born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado. The daughter of Mexican immigrants who did not have the opportunity to further their studies, she approached the challenge of becoming a first-generation student with the best attitude.
Federal Student Loan Repayments to Resume Oct. 1
August 25, 2023 — Federal student loan payments, on pause since March 2020 due to the pandemic, are set to resume Oct. 1.
Annual Family Fest and Bears Bash is Saturday, Aug. 26
August 21, 2023 — The annual Bears Bash and Family Fest, a partnership between UNC Athletics and the Greeley Tribune, returns Saturday, Aug. 26 with UNC football practice, food, games, giveaways, fun and interactive opportunities to meet UNC student-athletes and coaches, including Head Football Coach Ed Lamb.
Save at Greeley Businesses Through Bear Biz Program
August 18, 2023 — There are more than 70 Greeley businesses offering discounts to UNC students through the program Bear Biz. The program was created to build a relationship and connection between students and the business community through discounts, deals, special events and more.
Ensemble Auditions are Open to all Students
August 18, 2023 — UNC Ensembles are open to all students of all majors.
Bear Pantry Opens For Fall—Volunteers Needed
August 18, 2023 — With the opening of Bear Pantry for the fall semester starting on Monday, Aug.21, volunteers are needed. The program requires two volunteers for every hour the pantry is open.
Students' Work Accepted into Computer Graphics Conference
August 18, 2023 — Multiple students' work from School of Art and Design Professor Anna Ursyn's, Ph.D., ART 471 Computer Graphics class, along with the assignment, were accepted to the Repository of CG Assignments for the ACM SIGGRAPH, an International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques held in Los Angeles, CA.
New Online Applicant Tracking System
August 18, 2023 — UNC has moved to a new online applicant tracking system, Cornerstone. All current faculty and staff will have access to all open positions and promotional job opportunities on the Cornerstone Internal Career Site.