The Mesa Neighborhood
Join the Residential Learning Community of the Cumbres Community in Brown Hall. Cumbres is a living and learning program for UNC Bears who are planning to teach in K-12 schools and are working toward an English as a Second Language (ESL) or Bilingual/Bicultural endorsement. Brown Hall is only a short bike-ride or walk to Central Campus academic buildings and the Tobey-Kendel Dining Hall.
Built in 1930 and boasting beautifully updated suites with historic charm, Brown Hall reflects an English-Tudor style architecture with individual floor plan layouts in suites. Brown Hall and many of the residence halls in The Mesa Neighborhood are part of the University of Northern Colorado Central Campus Residential District, a registered state historic district.
Brown Hall Features
Brown Hall Amenities
Brown Hall is home to the Residential Connection of the Cumbres Community in Brown Hall. Cumbres is a living and learning program for UNC Bears who are planning to teach in K-12 schools and are working toward an English as a Second Language (ESL) or Bilingual/Bicultural endorsement.
The Resident Assistant in Brown Hall is a Cumbres student who is familiar with the program and can help you get involved on campus. Cumbres staff members are hired to provide support and guidance through your first year on campus and help you adjust to college life as well as meet the requirements of the program. This is a great way to connect with like-minded students who are in Cumbres and also want to be teachers. You will be in classes together, be able to study and attend events, and hopefully make some life-long friends by living in Brown Hall.
- Belong to a community of friends and classmates
- Mentoring provided for first year students
- Study for Cohort classes in the comfort of your home away from home
- Tutoring provided in your residence hall (you can wear your PJs)