Human Resources


Your UNC Human Resources office is here to support you throughout your career, from orientation to retirement and everything in between.

What We Do/Our Mission

The Human Resource Services department’s Mission is to provide quality programs, exceptional customer service, and expertise in all areas of human resources to the University and its employees in order for UNC to foster academic excellence and provide a comprehensive learning environment.

Commitment to Service

Human Resource Services believes that our employees are our strength, and is committed to serving all employees of the University of Northern Colorado in an ethical, fair, courteous, responsive, and professional manner.  



If you have new employees starting work this month, the UNC Card Office, Information Management and Technology, and Facilities Management offer these suggestions to help make the UNC ID Card and Technology Resources process go smoothly.


Daylight Savings

Reminder to move your clocks ahead one hour Saturday night, March 10, as Daylight Savings time starts.


Annual Performance Management Forms Due

Annual performance management forms for Classified employees are due no later than March 31st.


 Performance Plans Due

Performance plans for Classified employees for the 2018-2019 year are due no later than April 30th.


event  Using Strengths in Supervisor Development

Have you wondered what skills will increase your supervision effectiveness? Have you been in challenging situations in your role as supervisor and wished you had more strategies to work through the dilemma? In this workshop, you will use the Gallup StrengthsFinder (GSF) Assessment to build an understanding of the strengths and talents you possess. Learn more about using your strengths.

event Foundations of Team I: How to Build Trust, Show Compassion, Form Stability

Team effectiveness is critical in reaching goals and in a creating a vibrant and healthy climate for departments and organizations. In this first Team session, participants discover the four basic needs of a team and develop strategies to build trust, show compassion, form stability, and enhance hope with your team. Learn more about building trust.