Graduate 2020-2021

Student Support Services

Every student has specific and changing needs for emotional, physical, and social support or assistance that must be met to fulfill personal and academic goals. UNC provides a comprehensive range of support services.

The Assault Survivors Advocacy Program (ASAP)

Provides sexual assault prevention education as well as comprehensive advocacy services to student survivors of sexual assault. This includes emotional support, information, referral, and advocacy through the medical, legal, judicial and administrative systems.

The UNC Counseling Center

Provides psychological and psychiatric services to UNC students. In addition to individual, couples and group counseling, the Center provides consultation to faculty, staff and parents who are concerned about students. The UNC Counseling Center also presents campus-wide educational programs and workshops such as test anxiety reduction, coping with change, time management and a wide variety of other mental health topics focused on the prevention of distress and difficulties and the development of positive life coping skills. The UNC Counseling Center is located in Cassidy Hall and can be contacted at (970) 351-2496.

The Student Health Center

Provides primary health care services by physicians and nurse practitioners to UNC students. No appointments are needed for most care. The Center is located on the first floor or Cassidy Hall. The Health Center is able to do insurance billing for most insurance plans.

Center for Women’s and Gender Equity (CWGE)

Provides educational programs, speakers, performers, resources and opportunities for students interested in women's initiatives and women’s leadership. The Center is located in Scott-Willcoxon Hall. The Scott-Willcoxon Hall also houses the Stryker Institute for Leadership Development.

Disability Resource Center develops a partnership with students, faculty and staff to assist in creating an accessible university community, where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment

Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) supports the access and involvement of students who identify as Queer and/or Trans* through quality education, advocacy, and programming in order to foster an inclusive and affirming community at University of Northern Colorado.

Veterans Services proudly serves our military affiliated community by assisting in the transition process and providing a stand-alone space with a strong inclusive community. We provide appropriate and practical resources for our students as well as a hub for the Department of Veterans Affairs personnel, SALUTE National Honor Society, Student Veterans of America chapter, scholarship opportunities, and assistance with GI Bill education benefits. For more information, see

Student Legal Services

Provides UNC students three free legal consultations each academic year.