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COVID-19: News and Campus Updates | Fall 2021 Plans

COVID-19 Communications

Fall 2020 Course Schedule

July 15 - The course schedule has now been fully updated and is available to you on Ursa. Thank you for your patience while the faculty worked to identify the most effective ways to deliver their courses, consistent with evolving public health guidelines. [READ FULL POST]

Fall Immigration Guidance from ICE Update

July 14 - I’m reaching out with a quick update on today’s court hearings on the Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)/Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) fall guidance released on July 6th. I am very happy to share the short, simple, good news that that ICE is completely withdrawing their July 6 guidance. [READ FULL POST]

Fall Immigration Guidance from ICE

July 6 - Some of you may have seen news about the guidance that came out from Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)/Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). The guidance depends on how the University is handling enrollment for the fall. The University of Northern Colorado is using a hybrid model – some classes are face to face, but many are online. [READ FULL POST]

Spring Operations and Fall Course Schedule

July 3 - As the holiday weekend approaches, we continue to think about the health, safety, and well-being of our Community of Bears. The next semester will be unlike any other that our students, faculty, and staff have experienced. Many individuals across campus have been working since the end of the spring semester to plan for the fall. We feel confident that UNC is well prepared to welcome everyone back to campus. [READ FULL POST]

Additional Guidance: Spring Operations Timeline

The health and well-being of our campus community - students, staff, and faculty - continues to be our highest priority. With that in mind, we’re writing with important updates. [READ FULL POST]

UNC Tuition Will Not Increase in Academic Year 2020-21

The financial well-being of our students continues to be of the utmost importance to me. As Colorado’s most affordable research institution, we must continue our mission to provide accessible, high-quality teaching, learning, research, and creative works. Today, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to keep tuition for the 2020-21 academic year flat. [READ FULL POST]