National and State Register

University of Northern Colorado Central Campus Residential District

Weld County

The district represents part of the evolution of the college from the Colorado Normal School to the University of Northern Colorado.  

A black and white photo of a building with gambrel roof and dormers sticking out on top of three floors of windows.

University of Northern Colorado Campus Residential District 

Architecturally, the central campus area includes a variety of residential buildings, constructed between 1921-1936, employing Germanic half-timbering and Bavarian influenced styles as executed by a number of prominent architects, including: William Ittner, F.W. Ireland, Jr., Robert Lindstadt, and William Bowman.