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About CU-Boulder

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CU-Boulder fosters an environment that supports research endeavors particularly those involving interdisciplinary collaboration while upholding the highest standards in research integrity. Learn more >>

The University of Colorado Boulder has a long history of educating students from Colorado, the nation, and the world. As the leading comprehensive research university in the Rocky Mountain region, CU-Boulder students, faculty, staff, and alumni have built a global reputation for high-quality teaching, research, and service to society, which is well supported by our rankings and statistics. Learn more >>

Your teaching and professional development represents a key part of graduate education that is largely obtained outside of your formal classroom instruction or your own scholarly, research, or creative endeavors. Learn more >>

While voted one of the "100 Best Value Colleges for 2011"  by The Princeton Review and USA Today, CU-Boulder is also one of the nation's most respected research universities. As you consider graduate school costs, we hope you'll explore the many resources we offer to help you meet your financial needs and achieve your college goals. Graduate students may benefit from scholarships, fellowships, teaching and research positions, grants, work-study awards, and other financial assistance.   Learn more >>

 

Hear what students have to say about living and studying in Boulder.  Learn more >>

University of Colorado Boulder is known around the world for its unsurpassed location. Set at the base of the Rocky Mountains, yet only 30 miles from a major capital city, Boulder offers something for everyone. Learn more >>.

Graduate students are encouraged to contact the department you are applying for to arrange for a campus visit.

In addition, the Office of Admissions offers daily information and student led campus tours. These are held Monday through Friday at 9:30 a.m., again at 1:30 p.m. and on most Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. While the information session is mostly on undergraduate admissions, they welcome graduate students to the sessions and tours.

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