Colorado State Teachers College
The State Normal School, Greeley, Colo., was established in 1889. The name was changed in 1911 to Colorado State Teachers College; in 1935 to Colorado State College of Education; in 1957 to Colorado State College; and in 1970 to University of Northern Colorado.
Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
RG021_05_04_0017. One postcard; 5.5 in.x3.5 in.; b/w. One of eight black and white postcards showing campus views of Colorado State Teachers College. This photograph shows a tree covered walkway through the campus. This postcard was transferred from SC82, Box 1, Folder 9.
This collection consists of physical materials relating to the granting of degrees at the University of Northern Colorado and its previous names. They reflect not only the written documentation of graduation, but also the ceremonies at which these diplomas were granted. Included in the collection are framed and unframed diplomas, academic banners, robes, graduation caps, and hoods.
Colorado State Teachers College. BA in Education.
Colorado State Teachers College. MA.
Colorado State Teachers College. Life Certificate
This collection contains documentation from Zachariah Xenophon Snyder's presidency (1891-1915), including correspondence, clippings, reports, and artifacts. It also contains biographical information about Dr. Snyder.
This collection consists of a watercolor and blueprints of the "Entrance Gates to State Teacher's College - Presented by Class '12."