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UNC's Little Theatre of the Rockies' 2012 season swings into high gear next week with the opening of Master Class, running June 28 -July 21, in rotating rep with Next to Normal and The Boys Next Door. Individual performance tickets are still available for the oldest continually operating professional theater company in Colorado and one of the oldest in the nation. For performance dates, times and synopses, and information on casts and tickets, visit the LTR web page.
Wednesday, June 20 at 5 p.m. is the deadline to make fiscal year 2011-12 purchases with UNC-issued Visa cards to ensure Wells Fargo posting by the end of the banking cycle on Monday, June 25. For more information, visit the UNC Visa Card web pages. For other important year-end Accounts Payable deadlines, visit the Accounts Payable website.
The Office of Student Engagement will host open forums this week for candidates for the position of director of Asian/Pacific American Student Services. All member of the university community are welcome to attend and provide feedback on the candidates. The schedule of forums is:
Copies of the candidate's resume will be available at the forum.
For more information, email Evan Welch or Yvette Nguyen.
All UNC employees, retirees and their immediate household family members are invited to view the Greeley Stampede Independence Day Parade from reserved bleacher seating in front of the UNC Visitors Center on the east side of 10th Avenue.
Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please, no placeholders, e.g. blankets, signs) to claim seats.
Free parking will be available in UNC parking lots.
The parade is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Thursday, July 4. More than 120 entries fill the parade route, which runs north on 10th Avenue beginning at 19th Street and ending at 5th Street.
For more information, visit the Greeley Stampede website.
As the deadline for submitting requests for payments and reimbursements from 2011-12 budgets nears, request submitters may experience instances were payments will take a few extra days for processing, either because of additional monitoring for year-end expenses or an increased volume of transactions. Sending requests as soon as possible will help ensure their timely payment and is appreciated.
Reviewing your payment requests and reimbursements to make sure that all documentation, signatures and special approvals are attached before sending them to Accounts Payable also will help avoid unnecessary delays.
Check requests, departmental purchase orders, payments on purchase orders and travel reimbursements for goods and services received by June 30 are due in Accounts Payable by noon on July 10.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Terri Thomas at 351-1836 or Cristal Swain at 351-2472.
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