We're excited you're interested in the University of Northern Colorado! Here, your education will be research-driven and hands on. The community will be rooting for your to succeed. And your opportunities will be just about limitless. Hear from some of our students and staff about what it's like to transfer to UNC.
Wondering whether your courses will transfer to UNC? Enter your information in our Transferology tool to find out what the transfer equivalencies are at UNC from different institutions.
"I transferred to UNC for the nursing program, but I fell in love with the community. I feel that I learn my best when I am supported by my peers and professors, and at UNC, that is definitely the case!"
"Tranferring to UNC was potentially the best decision I have ever made. Being able to fully pursue my dream in an environment that fosters growth, energy and excitement is osmething that I cannot thank UNC enough for."
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Living in Greeley
When you come to UNC, you won’t just be part of campus, although that’ll be a huge part of your experience. You’ll also be part of a growing Colorado town (well, city!) of 100,000. Here are just a few of the ways you can get to know the area.
Local businesses provide discounts to Bear students on services and products including food, car services, recreation, health and fitness, lodging and much more.
UNC Engage is an online portal that allows students to browse volunteer, internship and job opportunities with local organizations. UNC is committed to building and maintaining great relationships in Greeley, for the good of both students and the community.
A lot of our transfer students live on campus. But if you’re looking to live in the surrounding area, Off-Campus Life has pages of resources on finding off-campus housing, commuting to campus and more.
Learn more about the local arts scene, entertainment, parks and more in the community. You’ll find that the university and community are intertwined, benefiting from the best of each other.