Housing & Residential Education
We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Northern Colorado campus! We are here to help you succeed as a student and member of our community. If you have any questions regarding housing, please contact our office at 970-351-2721 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
First year students who are under the age of 21 are required to live on campus. Learn more about our live-on campus requirements
Spring 2020 charges for both Housing & Dining are being loaded into the computer system on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.
We don't normally load Spring contracts before the Fall semester has ended, so there is a possibility you may get charged for Spring 2020 when you shouldn't. We will correct these accounts as quickly as possible, so please give us a few days to get everything fixed.
If you still have a charge on your URSA account on Tuesday, December 17th (and you don't think you should have one), please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're happy to check on your account and make sure everything is ok. Thank you!
Admitted Student Guide
Research shows that students who live on campus get more involved in student clubs and activities, find college more satisfying and are more likely to graduate.
How College Affects Students, by Ernest Pascarella and Patrick Terenzini, Jossey-Bass, 2005
Top 10 Reasons for Living on Campus
Apply to live on campus today! The academic year 2020-2021 housing application opens November 1, 2019. We're excited to have you live on campus, experience college fully and be a part of the UNC community. Complete the application process by May 1 to increase your opportunity for priority housing.
Living on campus adds a whole new dimension to your college experience. You’ll get the opportunity to meet new people, make life-long friends, develop interpersonal skills, be exposed to a wider range of ideas and cultures and develop a sense of community.
Healthy food choices, and easy access to our fitness facility. Grab a bite to eat at one of the multiple dining locations on campus, and then burn off some of those calories at the Campus Recreation Center.
Free amenities — something other living options can’t compete with. In the residence halls, Cable TV, high-speed internet, wireless, utilities and laundry are included.
Living on-campus is a great transition from ‘home’ to the ‘real world.’ You’ll learn life strategies and gain independence while having added conveniences that will make your transition as smooth as possible.
Connect in any of the 120-plus clubs and organizations at UNC. Enjoy everything from music to politics, hobbies to sports. Make new friends among the diverse array of academic, cultural, religious, service, sports, professional and special interest organizations.
You have a free pass to all the home athletic games with your student ID, so you can cheer on the Bears with a walk across campus — without worrying about tickets or parking. And UNC’s Outdoor Pursuits allows you to borrow (free of charge) gear and equipment like tents, backpacks, bikes, skis, canoes and kayaks. You can attend workshops that perfect your s’mores-making skills or head out on weekend rafting trips.
A variety of residence halls and Arlington Park Apartments are available to choose from on campus. Each building has its own character, environment and personality. By choosing to live in a Residential Learning Community, you’ll be surrounded by others with similar interest or academic aspirations.
Get easy access to campus events, such as Taste of UNC, Bear Welcome, Homecoming, Family and Friends Weekend, Rec Fest and many more that offer you a chance to get social, sample great homemade food, play games and win prizes.
You can rock out with free concerts, and UNC’s orchestral, operatic and theatrical performances.
You’ll be close to class, so you can hit that snooze button every once in a while.