Contact Us

We want to introduce you to our campus and answer any questions you have about admission, financial aid, scholarships, housing, support services and more.

On this page, you can meet our team, find your counselor, get information on when we’ll be visiting your school, and discover how to submit any supplemental materials for your application.

1862 10th Ave.
Greeley, CO 80634

Telephone
970-351-2881

Fax
970-351-2984

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Submit Application Materials

Do you need to complete your application? Here’s how to submit the various documents we may require from you.

Official high school transcript

  • First-year students
  • Transfer students who do not have an associate’s degree

Have your high school send

  • an electronic copy directly to UNC via Naviance OR
  • a hard copy directly to UNC Office of Admissions
    Campus Box 10
    Greeley, CO 80639

Official ACT or SAT scores

  • First-year students
  • Transfer students with fewer than 13 credit hours

UNC will accept

  • scores listed on your transcript OR
  • scores sent to UNC from ACT.org with ACT code 0502 OR
  • scores sent to UNC from collegeboard.org with SAT code 4074

Official college transcripts

  • Transfer students (send transcripts from ALL previous institutions attended)
  • First-year students with high school concurrent courses (not required for application but should be sent to receive credit)

Have your previous institutions send

  • an electronic copy directly to UNC via Parchment OR
  • an electronic copy directly to UNC at admissions@unco.edu OR
  • a hard copy directly to UNC Office of Admissions
    Campus Box 10
    Greeley, CO 80639
  • Applicants who asked for the fee waiver option on their application

Fill out the form and

Non-refundable application fee

  • All applicants

Pay by credit or debit card when submitting online application

If you requested a fee waiver that was not approved, please call 970-351-2887 to pay your fee

GED scores

  • First-year students who did not graduate from high school
  • Transfer students who do not have an associate’s degree or high school transcript

Official scores need to be sent directly to UNC from the GED testing service at ged.com