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View the Center for International Education Message to International Students and Parents here.

In light of Campus closure and as a precautionary measure regarding COVID-19, employees in the Center for International Education are working remotely in an effort to support our campus community. Staff is working diligently to respond as quickly as possible to all inquiries. The center is also maintaining the international emergency phone at 970-567-9572. University-wide updates will be published to the UNC COVID-19 information page or view international student & scholar information here. 

Center for International Education at UNC

UNC Center for International Education (CIE) advances the university's teaching, research and service mission by working collaboratively throughout the institution to promote global engagement and advance campus internationalization by increasing international mobility among students and faculty, promoting faculty engagement in international activities and developing strategic partnerships abroad.  

CIE interacts with campus leadership on strategic planning and initiatives to elevate the UNC global profile.  CIE programs and services include:

Contact CIE

Campus Box 52

University Center 
Room 1110
2101 10th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631


Phone: +1-970-351-2396
Fax: +1-970-351-1947


Office Hours

The Center for International Education Staff are working remotely in light of Campus closure due to COVID-19. 

Staff are working diligently to respond to all inquiries within working hours of 8am-5pm. The center is available via email (CIE@unco.edu) as well as via phone (970-351-2396). For International Emergencies, contact 970-567-9572. 

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Upcoming Events

International Orientation Spring 2020

All events have been cancelled for Spring 2020.

    Our Programs

    Our programs work individually but constantly collaborate to provide the services necessary to support both international students and scholars as well as the growing numbers of UNC students and faculty involved in education abroad.