UNC offers a strong network of student resources and student services that provide support, deepen your learning experiences and connect you with the community.
UNC’s commitment to our students doesn’t stop at the classroom door. Career Services works with and supports UNC students and alumni with career planning, goals and skills—whether you’re deciding which career path to follow or you’re creating a resume and prepping for interviews.
To succeed and achieve in the classroom, it’s important to take a holistic approach to support. UNC offers a caring culture that provides resources for building academic skills, fostering mind and body fitness, setting goals and challenging students to discover and explore new paths. A UNC education is a foundation not just for a successful career, but for a rich, rewarding and healthy life, as well.
UNC’s cultural centers work collaboratively with the Center for Human Enrichment (CHE) to offer support, advising, understanding and tutoring resources. Here, you’ll find social, cultural, and educational events throughout the UNC community.
Marcus Garvey Cultural Center (Talia Carroll, Director) - The Garvey Center programs are designed to challenge, support, and to increase retention and graduation of UNC Black students. All students are welcome at the Marcus Garvey center located at 928 20th Street. If you have any questions in regards to their services, you may call them at (970) 351-2351.
Asian/Pacific American Student Services (Alethea Stovall, Director) - In general, A/PASS provides academic and social support are provided for Asian/Pacific American students. You may visit the A/PASS center at the Kohl House located at 924 20th Street and/or call them at (970) 351-1909.
(Eryka Charley, Interim Director) - This cultural center is also located at the Kohl House. NASS provides academic,social, emotional, and cultural support to all UNC students with a special emphasis on Native American students. Visit the NASS center at the Kohl House located at 924 20th Street and/or call them at (970) 351-1909.
Patricia Escobar, Director) - The CÃ©sar Center focuses on the Latino/Hispanic students to help foster an academic environment to facilitate a successful and positive university experience. The César Chávez is located at the corner of 14th Avenue and 20th Street (house on top of the hill). You may call them at (970) 351-2424.
Disability Support Services is located in Michener Library and works in partnership with students, faculty and staff to create an accessible university community focused on full participation. You’ll find resources for accommodations, assistive technology, strategies for transition and a range of services.
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Allies Resource Office offers support, access and resources for students. We foster an inclusive community at UNC through education, advocacy and programs that affirm and welcome involvement.
Women’s Resource Center focus on education, conversation and empowerment to create gender equity. With an inclusive environment and committed to social justice and equity for all, the WRC provides an important resource for advocacy, located in Scott-Wilcoxon Hall.
Veteran Services supports our military students with resources, individualized attention and opportunities that open doors and build on success and potential. As liaisons and advocates, we are based in Roudebush Cottage on Central Campus.
Our officers are part of the campus community. Whether you’re at a residence hall, in an academic building or out and about on campus, they’re here for you. UNC is committed to providing the safest possible living, learning and working environment for our students, faculty and staff.
We regularly test, update and improve our comprehensive emergency response plan and encourage the campus community to become familiar with it.
One of the key elements of UNC’s emergency response plan is a multi-layered communication system that allows university officials to efficiently communicate accurate information in a timely fashion. A new Emergency Alert System is capable of simultaneously sending text and voice messages to students, faculty and staff via personal cell phones, university e-mail accounts and landline telephones, and “emergency call trees” facilitate dissemination of alerts via word-of-mouth in classroom buildings and residence halls.
The UNC Police Department is a full-service police agency. Our officers are certified by the state of Colorado and have the same police authority as all other law enforcement officials in the state. They also provide the same services, which include crime prevention, law enforcement and safety education. Read more about Police Department safety.
All Housing and Residence Life employees receive extensive risk management and emergency response preparedness training. Comprehensive safety and security procedures and policies for residence halls include building access doors that are always locked, video surveillance equipment and information desks staffed 24 hours a day, to name a few. Read more about the Housing safety program.