RG. University of Northern Colorado Records (University Archives)
Found in 127 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains materials by and pertaining to the UNC Black Student Union.
This collection consists of a report entitled Black Women of Today Oral History Project: A Class Project Conducted by the Students of AFS 102 "The Black Woman in America." Audio and VHS tapes of six of the oral history interviews conducted as part of the project are also included.
This collection consists of UNC Board of Trustee Meeting minutes and materials on trustees from 1889-2017.
This collection documents the University of Northern Colorado's built environment. It contains architectural and landscape plans, long-range and master plans, photographs, reports, and other materials related to the planning and growth of the UNC campus.
This collection consists of materials relating to the University of Northern Colorado’s Centennial celebration during 1989-1990.
Collection contains materials relating to the development and marketing of the University of Northern Colorado Honors Program by Eugene D. Koplitz in 1957 and the Center for Honors, Scholars, and Leadership in 2005, including progress reports, correspondence, clippings, brochures, and "Embracing the Community" event merchandise.
This collection contains materials related to the University of Northern Colorado's Center for Human Enrichment (CHE) and its related services.
Collection pertains to the Center for International Education, which serves international students and study abroad program participants. Materials include reports, brochures, event invitations, photographs, posters, newsletters and handbooks. Name changed from International Student Services in 1997.
This collection contains materials belonging to the UNC Center for Special and Advanced Programs (CSAP), including correspondence, reports, clippings, and promotional materials.
Collection contains a scrapbook that documents the history of educational television at Colorado State College (the University of Northern Colorado as of 1967), as well as materials related to educational programming at the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, or CETL (formerly the Center for Professional Development).