UNC has worked together to be responsive and flexible during the COVID-19 pandemic. We remain committed to keeping our community connected, safe and supported with every decision we make.
As the semester progresses, UNC will monitor COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and positivity rates and will reassess campus operations and course delivery options as necessary. Visit this website for detailed information about spring semester operations.
COVID-19 Vaccine Info
The Student Health Center received its first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine that will be distributed based on the CDPHE’s mandated phases.
Community Testing Site
UNC Students and employees are strongly encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 often. The testing site on UNC's campus is simple, free and utilizes a lower-nasal swab.
Exposure Notification App
Support Colorado’s fight to stop the spread and protect your community and maintain your privacy by downloading the Colorado COVID-19 exposure notification system app.
UNC's Mask Policy
- Masks are required whenever you are indoors in public spaces on campus—that is, whenever you are in any space other than your own residence hall room or a private office.
- Masks required outdoors any time you are around other people—even when those other people are roommates, family members, or loved ones who you live with.
- There is no general exception to this policy based on distances between instructors and their students during class.
To maintain a safe and healthy environment on campus, students and employees who test positive for COVID-19, are symptomatic and/or were exposed should report these situations to UNC over winter break.
From the President
- Statement from President Andy Feinstein to UNC Faculty Regarding Vaccine Priority for Frontline Workers in Education
- A Message from President Andy Feinstein: Welcome Back and Plans for the Spring and Fall Semesters
- Plans for the Start of the Spring 2021 Semester
- A Message From President Andy Feinstein: Update on Current UNC COVID-19 Status
- Weld County COVID-19 Safer at Home Status
- A Message from President Andy Feinstein on Labor Day Weekend
UNC leadership understands effective communication between decision-makers and the
campus community is essential in keeping our campus healthy.
The spring 2021 semester's individual course withdrawal deadline has been extended
March 8 to April 16 in recognition of the challenges students continue to face due to COVID-19.
UNC is actively monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and
providing regular updates on our Coronavirus Website.
Resources and Policies
Find useful resources and university established policies for the spring semester below.
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Campus community members are encouraged to report behaviors that put the health and safety of the campus community at risk, such as those who are not following UNC's Mask Policy.
The Student Code of Conduct applies to all students and registered student organizations. Students are expected to comply with current state rule, laws and restrictions including those regarding COVID-19. Students or RSOs who allegedly violate public-health orders and/or COVID-specific university policies will be referred to the conduct process.