College Freshman 2013-11-07T19:59:24Z
Everything seems to be evenly spaced out on campus and the classes are grouped in buildings that have similar majors. I really like the layout of the buildings and there is a combination of new and old on campus!
College Junior 2013-10-13T18:45:09Z
Health & Safety:
I think Northern Colorado's campus is rather safe, actually! We have 15-17 state-certified police officer's here on campus that make sure the university and its respected grounds are kept safe. We have 27 strategically placed emergency poles spread throughout all of campus to make sure that, if there ever was an emergency, you can contact a police officer and they will get to that location in under two minutes. They also provide an escort service where you can all an officer and they will escort you back to your respected residence hall!
College Junior 2013-10-13T18:40:52Z
The diversity at University of Northern Colorado is rather unique. We have several cultural centers for different ethnic and cultural identities that are actually open to all students. They do a good job at trying to represent those underrepresented populations!
College Junior 2013-10-13T18:36:45Z
The library offers you dual computer screens!
College Sophomore 2013-10-09T17:24:09Z
The dining hall food is okay. Not great, not terrible.
It's nice that there's always a lot of options, though, so there's always something you will like.
College Sophomore 2013-10-09T17:21:09Z
Colorado weather can be confusing at times. You can experience multiple different weathers in one day/week.
College Sophomore 2013-10-09T17:19:50Z
The dorms are nicer on West Campus.
I'd say Turner Hall has the best dorms because you get to have your own room!
College Sophomore 2013-09-22T21:47:34Z
University of Northern Colorado is a college town. This town relies on the campus and it's events.
College Sophomore 2013-09-22T21:46:13Z
The transportation currently provided by the travels from one side of the campus to the other. They are working on improving the hours and distance that the Bear Bus moves to and from. Hopefully this next year the bus can travel downtown and also be operational for 24hrs 7 days a week soon.
College Sophomore 2013-09-22T21:37:24Z
There are many different kinds of people that come from many different backgrounds that attend University of Northern Colorado. Whether it is from economic, sexual, or ethnic background University of Northern Colorado does a good job on making sure everyone feels included despite what differences there might be. There are learning communities that are put together for the freshman that move into the dorms their first year. This helps all incoming freshman feel included and have support by others who also share the same majors as them. There also is a diversity mentor located in each living community and is there at all times. They put on programs that educate our community and they also act as mentors to the students. There are scholarships offered from the school to help pay for tuition for those students who come for a lower economic background. Overall I believe that UNC has a wonderful sense of community where everyone can feel included despite our differences as individuals.
College Sophomore 2013-09-19T21:01:41Z
Parking on campus is usually pretty difficult. If you are willing to suck it up and pay the $215 for a parking permit, then you can usually find a spot. If not, you're out of luck. You're better off parking 3 or 4 blocks away and walking.
College Sophomore 2013-09-19T20:52:59Z
There isn't much in Greeley. We have a movie theater and a couple of restaurants but that's about it. However, we're in close proximity to some decent locations. Loveland is about 25 minutes away and has a great outdoor mall. We're about 30-40 minutes from Ft. Collins and an hour away from Denver. So while the local atmosphere isn't great, it's not difficult to get to places that are pretty cool.
College Sophomore 2013-09-19T20:50:16Z
The meal plan is very expensive--it equates to $13 a meal. If you're only eating there occasionally, then it's pretty good. However, if it's your primary source of nutrition, you're in trouble. It's poor quality--if you're like me you'll not only gain weight fast, but you won't feel great or operate well on it. You're required to live on campus and have a meal plan your freshman year but, after that, most students move off-campus and make their own food.
College Sophomore 2013-09-19T20:44:08Z
Guys & Girls:
When the students are here, they're great. Everyone is pretty friendly and here to learn. Most of the students are local to the area and over 90% are in-state so a lot of students go home on the weekends. Because of that, it's hard to get to know the students well--we really don't see them outside of class. As a general rule however, the student body is decent.
College Sophomore 2013-09-08T22:50:19Z
Our campus is extremely accepting of people's ethnicity. We have lots of cultural centers on campus that allow help and support for different ethic groups. We also have centers on campus that can help people with things like financial aid, getting a job, or help with homework. UNC is very accepting of people and very helpful to those of a different ethnicity.
College Sophomore 2013-09-08T22:48:10Z
Guys & Girls:
Everyone on campus is either a professional dresser or an active dresser. Most students around campus wear athletic clothing or they were dressy clothing. It's a good campus feel. It makes the campus seem active as well as professional and that's a good atmosphere to be in.
College Sophomore 2013-09-06T02:15:08Z
Guys & Girls:
All kinds of people, all kinds of looks and interests.
College Sophomore 2013-08-29T17:59:28Z
The dorms are alright, but not worth the price they charge for them. It's typical to live in the dorms freshman year, and move out the next. All the dorms are in decent shape--none of them are falling apart, however the dorms on West campus are a bit newer than those on Central and, by extension, nicer.
I lived in Weibking last year and suffered from a mold allergy that led to my relocation, but after moving into Snyder, I had no more problems. They're ok, but you're better off moving into a house or an apartment once your freshman year is over.
College Sophomore 2013-08-29T17:52:59Z
As a general rule, the police force is pretty lenient. The only time they really crack down on parties is towards the end of the month when they're trying to reach a quota. Besides that, they pretty much leave you alone as long as you aren't a disturbance to neighbors. Even when they do bust parties, they usually turn a blind eye to underage drinking. As long as the student's aren't stumbling out the door, the police leave them be.
College Junior 2013-08-26T00:34:13Z
Parking can be a nightmare! Especially around central campus. I have one or two classes there and I am almost always late because my timing is so unpredictable since parking is crazy!!
College Junior 2013-08-26T00:32:59Z
The buildings are very accessible and easy to get around. They are clean and organized.
College Junior 2013-08-26T00:29:32Z
Academics are very good, especially the Nursing Program.
College Junior 2013-08-26T00:28:41Z
It seems like campus police are present when there are things going on and they do a good job at informing the student body about warnings or important people to be aware of around campus.
College Senior 2013-08-25T19:06:49Z
Health & Safety:
A friend had her car broken into on campus and her wallet was stolen, but the police caught the person and returned her wallet later that day.
College Senior 2013-08-25T19:03:26Z
Respectful policy yet allows freedom for student choices.
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