Hometown: Boulder, CO
Undergraduate Institution: Duke University
International experience: Lived abroad in Romania and China
Interests/activities: Rock climbing, year-round swimming, scuba diving, blues harmonica, travel and road trips, and international cooking with family and friends.
Favorite thing about CU-Boulder: CU is increasingly becoming a global crossroads for students, scholars and the community alike. I am always amazed by the accessibility of CU’s world-class faculty and administrators and how readily students and staff collaborate with faculty on engaging research, volunteer work and other diverse community activities.
Favorite place to eat in Boulder: Lucile’s Creole Café—best breakfast in town for over 30 years!
Piece of advice: I recommend applying early, especially if you are interested in meeting the automatic scholarship consideration deadline. Also, “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” –Oscar Wilde, Magdalen College at Oxford, 1876
Colin is the counselor for the following zip codes:
Hometown: Longmont, CO
Undergraduate Institution: University of Colorado Boulder
Interests/activities: Snowboarding, Mountain Biking, Reading, and working on odd projects around my new house.
Favorite thing about CU-Boulder: The seemingly limitless number of opportunities for study, for fun, for making connections, and for becoming a member of a truly diverse and inspiring community. A close second is definitely the location. Have you seen the campus? Yep, that’s where I work (and where I went to school) and it’s amazing.
Favorite place to eat in Boulder: The Rib House on The Hill. Best ribs in Colorado!
Piece of advice: Do your very best to put together the strongest application you possibly can. Your application is how we get to know you as a student and as a person.
Graham is the counselor for the following zip codes:
Hometown: Louisville, Colorado
Lived Abroad in Germany
Undergraduate Institution: CU-Boulder
Interests/activities: Hiking, camping, traveling, basketball
Favorite thing about CU-Boulder: The many opportunities to get involved at CU, and the stunning views of the mountains from anywhere on campus.
Favorite place to eat in Boulder: Khow Thai
Piece of advice to applicants: Take advantage of all the resources and people who are here on campus to help you make the best of your time at CU!
Natalie is the counselor for the following zip codes:
is the counselor for the following zip codes:
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