Summer at UNC: Classes, Community Events, Camps and More

Students enjoy a somewhat slower pace during summer on the UNC campus.

The University of Northern Colorado this summer will offer more than 300 classes and a variety of community events along with academic, arts, music and sports camps for all ages with upwards of 13,000 people expected to attend.

Classes over six-, eight- and 12-week sessions began May 15. Registration is still open. Visit for details.

Community Events

  • The 83rd season of Little Theatre of the Rockies, featuring five shows, opening with Baby on June 8:
  • Concerts Under the Stars, outdoor performances with free and paid seating at 8 p.m. July 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 and 25 at the Garden Theatre: (PDF)
  • See the online calendar for more events:

Academic Camps

Sports Camps

Individual and team camps are offered for youth of all ages by UNC's NCAA Division I coaching staff in football, men's basketball, women's basketball, women's volleyball, baseball, women's softball, soccer, swimming and wrestling. More information:

Music Camps

A complete list of UNC's summer academic, arts, music and sports camps is at: (PDF)

New Student Orientation

Throughout the summer, 14 orientation sessions for new freshmen, transfer students and parents will be held:

Facility Rentals

The university offers affordable options for private gatherings such as family reunions, weddings and wedding anniversary parties. Indoor conference facilities and meeting rooms, beautiful outdoor wedding or party venues, catering services, dining rooms, convenience food outlets and a recreation center are among the amenities available. Details at:

Some of the groups using UNC's conference facilities this summer include the Colorado Square Dance Festival June 9-11, Colorado Girls State (government simulation program for high schoolers) June 11-17, the National Conference on Interpreting Education June 22-25 and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes July 4-9.

For more on summer conferences and events, visit


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