Seattle cityThe Seattle Forever Buffs Alumni Chapter of CU Boulder

Chapter Leader: Kim Totten
Staff Liaison: Rebecca Reifel
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Be Involved

The Alumni Association has more than 40 chapters and clubs, all volunteer-run, which bring the CU Boulder experience close to home no matter where home is. Our non-dues paying local chapters host a variety of events from family-friendly outings to Buffs watch parties at the best venues. 

To make it all work, we need dedicated CU Boulder alumni who bleed black and gold to take on volunteer leadership positions. That's where you come in! Are you interested in taking on a leadership position with you Seattle Forever Buffs chapter? Email us!

Stay Connected

Our CU Boulder alumni chapters are open to all alumni! There is never a membership fee or registration required. Are you not getting chapter communications? Be sure your contact information is up-to-date with the Alumni Association. You will automatically receive chapter communications if we have a current email and mailing address for you that’s within 50 miles of an active chapter city.

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Welcome Seattle Buffs! Consider this the place to go to when you want to find out about CU events in Seattle. We have a lot of great events planned for the year and can’t wait to visit with you. Stay tuned and check back here often to stay current!

With thousands of us here in the Emerald City, we have an opportunity to gather together in mass and relive our Boulder days and make new friendships. Whether we gather to cheer on the football team, meet for happy hour, network, or spend a day at the zoo, we’re planning on getting together more often.

Suggestions are welcomed, so please let me know if there’s something you’d like to see us do here in Seattle. You can reach me at And don’t forget that you can also connect with us on Facebook @ or on Twitter @seabuffs. I look forward to hearing from you!

Go Buffs!!

Kim Sturdivant Totten (CU’91)