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.
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Completed the Two-Year Course of Study. Group Course: General. Signed by President Crabbe, State and County Superintendents, and President and Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
Two Year Course, life license to teach in Colorado. Signed by President Crabbe and four others. On back, clipping of news article from La Junta Tribune-Democrat , June 9, 1973, with picture of Mrs. (Maria Inge) Dicks.
This collection contains artifacts and memorabilia related to University of Northern Colorado, including sculptures, award plaques, framed certificates, trophies, banners, sports jerseys, insignia sweaters, and sports and school memorabilia.
This collection consists of UNC Board of Trustee Meeting minutes and materials on trustees from 1889-2017.
This collection contains information about commencement ceremonies and graduation at the University of Northern Colorado and its previous names. It is largely comprised of commencement programs but also includes commencement speeches, lists of graduates, and additional information about the commencement ceremony and graduation.
This collection contains diplomas, certificates, and regalia from university alumni. This includes items from the University of Northern Colorado and its previous names, as well as items from other institutions.
This collection contains documentation on the University of Northern Colorado's financial history. It includes financial statements, budgets, and financial reports.
Collection contains materials pertaining to the University of Northern Colorado's faculty and administration, including deans and board of trustees.