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Get Started On Your Degree

The Center for Urban Education is open for information and visits year-round. We accept applications at any time and students can enroll at multiple points during the Fall or Spring semesters.

Contact The Program Coordinator

Prior to completing the online application, please call or email the program coordinator first to set-up an appointment about your education and career plans and to have all of your questions answered.

Program Coordinator

Rosanne Fulton
rosanne.fulton@unco.edu
303-637-4334

Full Application Process

UNC is pleased to be partnering with TEACH Colorado, a non-profit coalition that works to support future teachers. If you set up a free account with TEACHColorado.org before you complete your UNC application, you will be eligible to receive up to $100 in reimbursement of your application fee and any costs you may incur for academic transcripts or exams. The TEACHColorado.org checklist is optional, but you will need to create an account if you would like to request reimbursement.

We also recommend that you save this page that you are viewing right now for when you return to complete your UNC application.

Create an account with TEACHColorado.org.

Apply Now!

If you have NOT taken any college courses after your high school graduation:

Apply as a 1st-Year Student

If you HAVE taken college courses after your high school graduation:

Apply as a Transfer Student

To be sure that you apply to the Center for Urban Education delivery of these program, please indicate one of the following programs on the application:

  • Early Childhood: Teacher Education Licensure (Ages Birth-8) B.A. (Denver-Lowry)
  • Elementary Education: Teacher Licensure (Cultural & Linguistic Diversity) B.A. (Denver-Lowry)
  • Elementary Education: Teacher Licensure (Special Education) B.A. (Denver-Lowry)
  • Special Education: K-12 Teaching B.A. (Denver-Lowry) 

Make sure to have sealed official transcripts sent to UNC for all previously earned credit. UNC admissions will use your submitted transcripts to determine credit towards overall degree completion.