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Campus Life

Social Development

Social opportunities are defining moments of all college-aged students. GOAL students participate in campus-wide social events, activities, clubs, and organizations to increase socialization opportunities and develop authentic, healthy friendships. 

Peer Mentors help students get connected across all areas of college life. Through naturally occurring social interactions, students in the program develop a model of who they are, who they want to be, and what strengths and interests they may have in common with individuals across the campus community.

Living on Campus

The residential component allows students to live in on-campus housing and develop life skills alongside their peers. Students have the opportunity to live inclusively and independently in Turner Hall.  Students are expected to follow all University of Northern Colorado policies and procedures as outlined in the Housing & Residential Education Handbook.

Residence Life Mentors provide support and assistance to students within the Residence Hall. Students in the program also have access to the resources available to all UNC students through the Housing & Residential Education.

Have specific questions about the many ways students are included on campus?
Contact Christina Ruffatti!

Student Resources


Office of Student Life


Recreation Center

Clubs & Organizations


Campus Safety