Continue the Journey - Explore the Campus!
Advance registration is recommended for all tours and events, and space is limited, so register early.
- Information Sessions & Campus Tours
Offered every weekday and select Saturdays
Experience campus life at UNC with a half-hour information session and a 90-minute student-led campus tour that generally includes a visit to an academic space, two residence halls (tier 2 and tier 6), Campus Recreation, library, and University Center. With advance notice, you can also request appointments with academic departments, financial aid, and our Honors and Leadership programs.
- Destination UNC
Congratulations on your admission to UNC! Join other admitted UNC students for this full-day event where you can experience a UNC class, explore your academic program, and find out about orientation, registration, campus housing and dining, and the ins and outs of financial aid. You can also explore campus and our residence halls if you haven’t already done so.
Friday, March 23, 2018-Registration ClosedSample Agenda
Register for Friday, April 20, 2018
Please note that Destination UNC is not a substitute for attending New Student Orientation, which is required for first-time freshmen students.
- Tour and Performance
Tour & Performance
You’re invited to experience our award-winning, nationally recognized performing arts programs and world-class academics first-hand. Attend one of UNC's fabulous performing arts productions, and while you're here, take a tour of campus and find out what makes UNC an awesome college choice. Included in this visit experience is a UNC information session, a guided campus tour, a meal and tickets to the featured production, all at no charge to you!
Register for Saturday, April 21, 2018
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Rand Harmon
THE STORY: The story focuses upon a young farmer, his wife, and a young servant-girl who maliciously causes the wife's arrest for witchcraft. The farmer brings the girl to court to admit the lie—and it is here that the monstrous course of bigotry and deceit is terrifyingly depicted. The farmer, instead of saving his wife, finds himself also accused of witchcraft and ultimately condemned with a host of others. Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play, this exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society.
Rated: PG 13
- Program-Specific Visits
Monfort College of Business Spotlight
Check back soon for future dates!
If you’re thinking about pursuing a degree in Business Administration (with emphasis area options in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Marketing and Management) or Software Engineering, we encourage you to visit campus for one of our Business Spotlights. These spotlights allow students and their guests to meet business faculty, learn about the business and software engineering programs at UNC, and take a tour of Kepner Hall, home to the Monfort College of Business, all in addition to a general campus tour and admissions presentation.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences Spotlight
Register for Friday, April 13th, 2018
In addition to a campus tour and general admissions presentation, guests will receive a light breakfast, a welcome from the Dean, an overview of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, breakout sessions for individual majors and complimentary lunch.
Check out our HSS majors
Nursing SpotlightRegister for Friday, April 27, 2018
In addition to a campus tour and general admissions presentation, prospective nursing students can meet nursing faculty, learn about the nursing program at UNC and take a tour of Gunter Hall—home to UNC’s School of Nursing.
Future dates to be announced soon!
If you’re interested in UNC’s outstanding Honors program, plan to attend one of these customized visits. In addition to a campus tour and admissions information session, you’ll meet with Honors program staff and current students, experience a sample class, and have an opportunity to enjoy lunch in one of our award-winning dining hall.
- Financial Aid Nights: Denver
Financial Aid Nights: Denver
Join us at the Denver-Lowry Campus this spring to learn about financial opportunities at UNC!
At the UNC Financial Aid Night, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about UNC, ask questions of admission and financial aid counselors, and better understand the financial aid process. This event is designed for students admitted to UNC for fall 2018 – families and support people are welcome to join as well! At the event, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Have all of your financial aid questions answered by a UNC Financial Aid professional
- Ask questions about your award, accepting financial aid and completing requirements for receiving financial aid
- Get help with interpreting the expected costs of college
- UNC Coming to You
Coming to You
UNC is coming to you on select dates in select locations this spring!
With a variety of admitted student events, we are invested in you and helping you with your college decision process.
- Éxito Latinx Admitted Student Trip
Éxito Latinx Admitted Student Trip
If you are an admitted student who identifies as part of the Latinx community and can hardly wait to see what the University of Northern Colorado offers you, nothing will better prepare you than the Éxito Latinx Admitted Student Trip, an all day, on-campus experience in conjunction with the César Chavez Cultural Center! UNC is offering the opportunity to you, as an admitted student, to connect with our UNC familia or faculty, staff and current students, while experiencing a vast array of activities, housing opportunities, academic resources, cultural centers and community.
- Black Excellence Admitted Student Trip
Black Excellence Admitted Student Trip
The University of Northern Colorado is offering admitted students who identify within the Black diaspora a unique opportunity to experience life as Bear through a cultural lens by way of campus programming.
By attending this student trip future Bears will be able to experience life at UNC through a customized campus tour, a mock lecture from a UNC professor, talking to current students and organizations as well as other campus based activities both cultural and academic.
Register for Friday, April 20, 2018