High Impact Practices and Intentional Programming
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion enhances student learning experiences at UNC by promoting an inclusive campus community climate that values diversity, equity and inclusion. We provide various trainings, programs and initiatives that are designed to nurture a community in which all students, staff and faculty are provided with tools that promote equity-minded practices.
DREAMer and Undocumented Students
The University of Northern Colorado creates opportunities for DREAMers to successfully obtain a degree at UNC.
The UNITE Cohort program gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to begin or continue conversations in relation to inclusion across a broad range of identities.
Know Your Rights Workshop
Know Your Rights and Navigate the Current Political Landscape is an annual workshop tailored for UNC and Greeley community to discuss basic rights under the U.S. Contstitution.
Student Diversity Advisory Council
The Student Diversity Advisory Council is a group of students who serve as the voice and support of the campus community from the student perspective.
Equity and Inclusion Professional Development
UNC offers a range of professional development opportunities for the campus community, from personalized workshops to LinkedIn Training access.
Empower Inclusivity Commitee
This committee has been charged to create and sustain a culture where professional development in equity and inclusion is an expectation and requirement for the campus community.
Student Consciousness Raising
Student Consciousness Raising provides a comfortable space for students to tune into a topic and have meaningful dialogues. Join the Center for Women's Gender and Equity each month to meet new friends and build community.
Hispanic Serving Institution
UNC is committed to a Students First culture, advancing the success of Hispanic/Latinx-identifying students attending our institution, incorporating policy and practice that is inclusive and reflective of the various identities our students hold.