Greeley, CO
Tuition (in-state)
$17,788 ($6,514)
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Reviews 1274 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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4 College Junior

Transportation: Students can ride the bus for free

College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I am married and I own my own house

College Junior

Drug Safety: Since I am older and married I do not "Party" with students

5 College Junior

Majors: the Anthro dept at UNC is small and very inviting. You get to know all of the professors and they are all helpful

5 College Junior

Majors: Everyone works together and with the community, it's great!

College Junior

Guys & Girls: I'm married with children, not looking

College Junior

Campus Housing: I have never lived in student housing

4 College Junior

Weather: Colorado is a very mild climate. Not too hot too cold too wet too dry. Just right and always changing

2 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Greeley is not known for great dining experiences whether you are a student or full time resident

3 College Junior

Parking: The cost of a permit is rather high given the amount of parking available around campus. Although some of the small lots fill up there are plenty that have empty spots. Some are even half empty every day.

5 College Freshman

Scholarships: At first, I didn't get any, but after talking with the school and explaining my situation, they helped me get grants and scholarships that paid for my first year of school. They are willing to help you, but you have to talk to them and explain what's going on.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Living on campus is the best way to meet people. Living in the dorms really depends on where and who you want to live with. There are single rooms that have other people living in other dorms. In my opinion, having a single room and having suite mates is the best because you have your own space, but also live with other people. You get your own quiet time or you can hang with people. But you also have to think on the cost, do you want to live in your own room if it's going to be extra? It may cost more, but it's worth it!

4 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: It depends on which dorms you stay in and how strict the RA's are. My RA is awesome and she tells you what the rules are from the start. She didn't BS anything or play around, but she is also chill and awesome.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I wouldn't know much about off campus. They do offer school year contracts, which is a plus, and everything is included.

3 College Freshman

Diversity: There isn't that much diversity on campus, but if you are wanting to find more people in your ethnicity, there are cultural houses and they are super nice! I attend the Native American cultural house and they are awesome! It's like a home away from home there.

5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: The dorm I live in, the police drive around at least every 30 minutes, so they will always be around if something happens. There's a police station right on campus, so if anything happens, they will be there quickly. There are emergency buttons around campus and the police respond to those in 10 seconds or less when pushed. There hasn't been any problems when I've been here.

4 College Freshman

Academics: Registration is easy, but you have to pay attention or you'll end up taking courses you don't need. The workload depends on the professors, but they don't assign much. With the professors I've had, they are great and are always willing to help you. Never study in your room, you won't get ANY work done! My advice is go to the cultural centers or the library, it's quiet and there won't be any distractions.

4 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: Greeley is a great college town, there are things that are across town, but the bus system works great. In my opinion, it is the best college type place there is! Everything is local and easy access.

3 College Freshman

Weather: Colorado has weird weather, so always be prepared about what it's going to be for the day. And school hardly ever gets cancelled, so don't count on that.

4 College Freshman

Computers: You don't need a computer, don't waste your money, there are tons of computer labs on campus and they are always open.

4 College Freshman

Nightlife: Nightlife is great if you want to go. There's always something going on. Everything is local because any type of party is within a mile radius of campus.

3 College Freshman

Drug Safety: Drugs aren't a huge part at school, they can be available if you want them and know the right people. Peer pressure isn't a huge thing here because there are so many people and you can find your type of friends right away. Any type of drug or alcohol use isn't visible unless those are the type of people you hang out with.

3 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: Greeley is such a small and boring town. It has no pretty scenery other than the campus. No fun community or culture activities to bring people together. Not the safest town. The locals are very sad looking and usually rude. Sports are a very important thing for the locals. Transportation around Greeley is nice and easy to figure out.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The campus has plenty of dorm options and the campus helps with finding roommates if needed. Sharing bathrooms with people or community can be an issue but helps students learn how to collaborate. The dorms always create great social atmospheres with lounges and tv's. The cost is fair and the location is very close to classes. Easy and fast housing process.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: Football, Hockey, and Basketball are very big at our school. Some of the other clubs are small and not known about such as fencing.


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