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A year ago, Karen DeMello was too weak from cancer treatments to take part in the Race Against Cancer, the annual 5k run/walk on July 4 to benefit UNC's Rocky Mountain Cancer Rehabilitation Institute. This year, she's planning to be among the institute's current and former clients who'll cross the finish line. Continue Reading
The University of Northern Colorado's office in Colorado Springs has been closed to allow staff members who live in neighborhoods affected by the Waldo Canyon fire to comply with evacuation or pre-evacuation orders. The office will remain closed until July 5.
The two UNC classes scheduled for June 30 and July 1 at UNC's facility on Oracle Boulevard have been canceled to accommodate students and faculty affected by the fire.
For more information, call UNC's Office of Extended Studies in Greeley at 800-232-1749 or 970-351-2944.
As the university community's thoughts are with the residents affected by the state's wildfires and the brave responders, UNC is contacting incoming, current and returning students whose permanent addresses are in the areas of the fires. Students in need are being offered a range of services, from making accommodations to move in early to residence halls to counseling services provided on campus. For students and employees impacted who haven't been reached, here's a list of offices that can provide information:
For information on how to personally help those affected by the state's wildfires, visit helpcoloradonow.org
Bear Logic in the University Center will be closed until 1 p.m. today, June 28, for year-end inventory. For more information, call 351-1361.
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