Apply to the University of Northern Colorado

Welcome to UNC! We are thrilled you have chosen us to start or continue your academic journey.  If you don't identify with any of the choices below, always feel free to reach out to us at admissions@unco.edu.

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First-Year Student

You're starting your college experience off right with UNC. 

Start Your  First Year Application

 

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Transfer Student

Ready to transfer to UNC? Great choice! 

Start Your Transfer Application

 

 

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International

Applying from outside the United States? We can help. 

Start Your International Application

 

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Degree Completer

Welcome back! If you've previously attended a college or university and want to complete your degree.

 

 

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Graduate

On-campus, off-campus, or online, UNC offers outstanding options.

Start Your Graduate Application

 

Returning to complete your application? Already accepted to UNC?

To finish applying, simply log back into your myUNC account and pick up from where you left off. If you've already been accepted, log into your URSA account to check on next steps in the process.

Are you a High School student?

The UNC Dual Enrollment program provides opportunities for high school students to take college level course work delivered at their high school location. Students earn dual credits (both high school and college credits) via one course. Participating in dual credit options can be extremely rewarding.

A second option for High School students is concurrent enrollment. This option allows students to take courses here at UNC that the high school does not offer. To start this process, reach out to your high school counselor.

Are you Non-Degree Seeking student?

The UNC Dual Enrollment program provides opportunities for high school students to take college level course work delivered at their high school location. Students earn dual credits (both high school and college credits) via one course. Participating in dual credit options can be extremely rewarding.

LEARN ABOUT BECOMING A NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENT