UNC COVID-19 Updates
The University of Northern Colorado is actively monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and providing regular updates to the UNC community on this website.
- To maintain a safe and healthy environment on UNC's campus, students who test positive for COVID-19 should report their test result to UNC.
- UNC launched a COVID-19 testing program for students who live in university housing on Tuesday, Oct. 13. COVID-19 screening is a part of the university’s multi-pronged strategy to mitigate and monitor the spread of coronavirus.
- Students or staff who have traveled outside of Greeley do not need to isolate or quarantine upon their return following CDC guidance. Continue to self-monitor yourself for symptoms, wear a mask, keep six feet of distance and consistently wash your hands.
- The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released a dial to help local governments and Coloradans navigate and apply safety guidance throughout the pandemic. View the state's COVID-19 Dial Dashboard
- The planning and choices individuals are making has been effective thus far in managing impacts to campus. UNC is reporting the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on our Health Alerts webpage.
- A Message from President Andy Feinstein on Labor Day Weekend
- Return to Campus and Fall Course Schedule
- UNC Tuition Will Not Increase in Academic Year 2020-21
- Planning a Safe Return to Campus on August 24
- UNC Distribution of CARES Act Emergency Grants and Disaster Relief Funds
President Feinstein and his cabinet meet remotely on a weekly basis to discuss the
structure in place for managing UNC's response. Full transcripts are provided in the
Operational Update archives.
Return to Campus & Fall Operations
Being back on campus looks different than previous years due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Learn more about UNC's policies and procedures for the fall semester on our Return to Campus (Fall Operations) website.
View the latest communications from UNC leadership regarding COVID-19 resources, changes and information.
The Coronavirus Task Force is designed to quickly respond to the evolving COVID-19 situation this fall. The task force has four committees
In an effort to keep our community informed about the presence of COVID-19 on the UNC campus, the university will report the number of confirmed COVID-19 regularly.
UNC has established a dedicated group of staff to provide information and answers to questions regarding COVID-19 and the direct impact on our students, staff and faculty.
We'll respond to inquiries within 24-48 hours or by the next business day.