Places to Live at UNC
Our variety of quality living facilities include traditional rooms, suites, and apartments. All have great amenities and are a terrific value.
UNC Residence Halls:
Central Campus residence halls range in size from 28 students to 282 students. Many of the halls on central campus are historic buildings that add to the beauty and character of campus. All of these halls have been renovated.
West Campus residence halls range in size from 504 students to 612 students. There are a variety of floor plans and living options available, from traditional double rooms,suite-style rooms and apartment-style living.
Arlington Park is housing for UNC students. The apartment complex is available for both freshmen and upper classmen students.
University Apartments offers apartment-style living, flexible leases, and updated amenities for freshmen and upper classmen students.
Commitment to Sustainability
The University of Northern Colorado has been named one of four recipients of the City of Greeley’s first Environmental Stewardship Awards, which recognize individuals and businesses for outstanding efforts and strategies for protecting the environment. Among the accomplishments leading to UNC’s selection:
- Since 2001, UNC has increased its recycling of paper, cardboard and other items from 103,000 pounds annually to more than 521,000 pounds.
- The campus has cut its natural gas and electricity consumption by more than 15 percent since 2002 through the use of energy-efficient equipment and energy-conservation practices.
- More than 2,000 faucets and shower heads on campus have been refitted with low-flow fixtures, saving nearly $70,000 annually.
To learn more about how you can become more environmentally friendly, read the publication "20 Ways to Go Green @ School & in Life."