CU Boulder is the place for aerospace. Our students and faculty are pushing the limits of aeronautics and astronautics research, designing and building next generation UAVs, expanding the possibilities of remote sensing, and building space instruments and satellites for orbit around Earth and beyond.
We are home to 42-tenure track, research, and instructional faculty, over 200 graduate students and 400 undergraduates.
public university for
NASA research funds
Colorado is the 2nd largest
aerospace economy in the USA
A new place for aerospace
CU Boulder is set to begin construction this fall of a new 139,000-square-foot aerospace engineering building that will provide world-class learning and research space.
Colorado is a hub of our nation's aerospace industry, and this facility will further position the University of Colorado Boulder at the center of the innovation ecosystem.