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In light of Campus closure and as a precautionary measure regarding COVID-19, the Counseling Center staff is working remotely during regular business hours in an effort to best support our campus community. We appreciate your understanding as we prioritize health and safety. Learn more about our alternative services, video conference and more on our COVID-19 information page


Who We Are

Our staff at the University of Northern Colorado Counseling Center includes licensed professional counselors, licensed psychologists, advanced master’s and doctoral level trainees, new professionals working toward licensure, and administrative staff.  We are a team of passionate, caring and committed professionals with experience and expertise in addressing the concerns faced by college students.

We provide group, individual, and couples counseling, psychiatric services, crisis support, consultation, and outreach programming to the UNC community.  Our goal is to support students throughout their academic journeys towards healthy and meaningful college experiences.  Counseling services are free to UNC students.

Our Counseling Center also fosters the educational and professional development of emerging and licensed clinicians.  Our Doctoral Internship Training Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and is a member of the Association of Psychology Post-doctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).  Our center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services. 

Quick Access Appointments

Quick access appointments allow students to obtain a single session as quickly as possible. These appointments are brief solution-focused sessions intended to address immediate needs.

Students accessing these appointments will fill out brief paperwork providing background information that will assist the counselor in addressing the student’s concerns. Students will leave these appointments with resources and strategies for managing their concerns.

These appointments are available on a walk-in basis Monday-Friday from 1-4pm.

Please be advised that these appointments are first-come, first serve and may require a wait. Students can utilize multiple quick access appointments, if needed. 



A Note to our UNC Community

The UNC Counseling Center recognizes that many UNC students and staff, their families, and the Greeley community are impacted by the current political climate.  Whether you've been impacted by current policies, the uncertain political discourse, or acts of domestic or international terror or hate, we are here to support you.  We are dedicated to helping foster a climate that is safe for all students on campus and within the community. If you are interested in speaking with a counselor for support, please call (970) 351-2496 or come in to see us.

Emergency and After Hours Crisis Resources

If  you or a friend need help after the regular Monday-Friday office hours, please contact the following resources:


The services offered to students are confidential, with certain legally mandated exceptions. Counseling files are not part of University records and cannot be accessed by parents, guardians, university personnel or faculty without the student's written permission. Additionally, your attendance at the Counseling Center cannot be verified without your written consent.

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