Bright Futures Start Here.
At UNC, you get an outstanding return on your investment: A top-quality education
learning from award-winning faculty with a passion for teaching and and the career-ready
experiences that come from attending a four-year, research university. You will experience
hands-on learning to advance your professional goals in a culturally rich academic
With a strong and welcoming community, UNC is deeply committed to your academic success, diversity and achievement. You will gain the knowledge and skills through our personalized education experience. Here, every student matters.
How to Apply
Pick your option below to be on your way to becoming a UNC Bear!
With real-world experiences and research opportunities from Day One, you'll be at the top of your field when you graduate.
We're a family of about 9,000 warm and welcoming Bears. Here, you'll see your friends regularly, but won't get lost in the pack.
#1 in Upward Mobility
Receive a world-class education at the #1 university for social mobilty in Colorado, according to the 2021 Social Mobility Index. A UNC degree can transform lives.
Connect With Us
Reach out to one of our admission counselors with any questions about applying and being accepted to UNC or take a tour of our beautiful campus with on of our UNC ambassadors.
Learning occurs through critical inquiry, discovery, and creation. At UNC, you'll gain the best of a small, teaching-focused institution combined with the progressive knowledge of a research-based university.
There's a lot that makes life at UNC great. With sporting events, shows on campus and outdoor activities — not to mention everything else Greeley and Colorado have in store for you — you'll be sure to find plenty of opportunities that will make you feel right at home.
The Office of Financial Aid helps you understand the options for funding your education and how to be financially responsible in college.
86% of incoming first-year students are awarded grants or scholarships. Find out what scholarships are available to you as a UNC Bear.