Departments

Enrollment Management & Student Access houses five departments around campus. The departments include Admissions, Financial Aid, Housing and Residential Education, Dining Services and Campus Recreation. Each area plays an important role in serving the student populations.

Admissions

The Office of Admissions provides information and assistance to potential new undergraduate students. New freshmen, as well as undergraduate students transferring from other colleges and universities, should contact this office. Prospective graduate students should contact the Graduate School.

The Office of Admissions also houses the Visitors Center, which provides campus tours Monday through Friday, five times daily. The prospective student should contact this center to arrange a visit to a residence hall, make an appointment with an admissions officer, visit the Office of Financial Aid, or schedule (two weeks in advance) an appointment with a professor in his or her proposed field of study. 

 

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62,934 total miles traveled by
counselors (2016-17)

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16,321 Campus Visits from Students and Guests (as of 5-31-2017)

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728 High School 
Visits

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19 On-Campus Event Days

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143 Group Tours

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227 College Fairs 
Attended

Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid administers and distributes aid in the form of  grants, scholarship, loans and employment to help students meet college costs (tuition, fees, books, food, housing, and transportation). Our Office of Financial Aid is available to help students and their family navigate the financial aid path.

 

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15,623 FAFSAs Received (2017-18)

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6,442 Scholarship Applications Completed (2017-18)

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10,883 emails answered (2016-17)

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Over $104 million financial funds dispersed to undergraduate students

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2,480 employed students (2016-17)

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Over $3.5 million Foundation Scholarships disbursed

Housing and Residential Education

Housing & Residential Education provides on-campus housing, services and programs to assist students in their transition to UNC. We operate a variety of quality living facilities including traditional rooms, suites, apartments and houses, all with great amenities and value.

 

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3077 students housed in 2016-17  
(as of opening week 2016)

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18 residence halls and 6 apartment buildings

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1,132,506 square feet of residential
space cleaned and prepared for new
students and/or summer
conference attendees.

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20 Custodial Staff
4 Custodial Staff Leads
1 Custodial Staff Supervisor
3 Utility Crew Members 

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3,435 rooms (that's 3,039 Residence Halls and 396 Arlington Park Apartments)

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4 Housing Options
(gender inclusive, pet friendly,
transfer, women’s)

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8 Faculty in Residence

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13 Residential Learning Communities

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7 Peer Academic Tutors and 2 Peer Academic Mentors

Dining Services

Dining Services provides full-service dining operations for the entire campus community. Dining Services operates three dining locations, three Coffee Corners, Munchy Mart Convenience Store, Bears Mo'Jo Coffee Co., Subway®, Sushi with Gusto®, and Einstein Bros® Bagels. A variety of meal plans are available for students living on-campus as well as those living off-campus. 

 

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790,204 student meals served (2016-17)

 

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103,344 people served in Catering each year

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What are some of the unique events we cater? A variety of student cultural events including Hawaiian Club Luau; the President’s Holiday Dinner, Employee Recognition Events Community fundraisers such as The Elk’s Foundation, Weld County and City of Greeley events Off-premise events at the Wild Animal Sanctuary

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Around 100 classified and exempt staff, plus 400-500 students

 

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15,438 faculty/staff payroll deductions (2016-17)

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9 retail spots:
Bears Bistro
Bears Mo’Jo Coffee Co.
Coffee Corner at Kepner Hall
Coffee Corner at Michener Library
Coffee Corner at Turner Hall
Einstein Bros® Bagels
Munchy Mart
Subway®
Sushi with Gusto®

Campus Recreation

The Campus Recreation Center provides state-of-the-art facilities designed to serve the recreational and fitness needs of UNC’s students. A variety of services including Fitness and Wellness programs, Intramural and Club Sports, and special events are offered to provide students with recreational and social opportunities. 

 

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9 intramural sports

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23 club sports