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 21 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains materials pertaining to the University of Northern Colorado's faculty and administration, including deans and board of trustees.
This collection contains a variety of publications and marketing material produced by the University of Northern Colorado.
This collection consists of published and unpublished materials relating to the history of Greeley, Colorado.
This collection consists of information about select individuals who received honorary degrees from the University of Northern Colorado.
This collection contains posters from the University of Northern Colorado of events, exhibits, guest speakers, and other activities on campus.
This collection contains student transcripts and other final grades. Most items are closed for research.
This collection contains materials relating to various student activities such as protests and demonstrations, UNC publications, and student organizations. Within this collection there are photographs, publications, student handbooks, and memorabilia.
This collection contains materials related to the student experience including registration, tuition, health services, intramurals, academic advising, and multicultural affairs. Types of materials include publications, flyers, brochures, clippings, and photocopied information about various student affairs units and services.