April 20 on the CU-Boulder Campus

What you need to knowSample Buff OneCards

  • Unauthorized visitors are not allowed on campus from 12 to 6 p.m. on April 20, 2014. In 2012, a Boulder judge upheld CU’s ability to restrict campus visitors on April 20.
  • Visitors who have official business, meetings or other officially sanctioned activities on the CU-Boulder campus from 12 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 20, had an opportunity to obtain a visitors’ credential. The credential request deadline -- Sunday, April 13 -- has since passed.

  • Students or other affiliates who are being picked up or dropped off by parents or other non-affiliates during the closure period can do so in Parking Lot 436 North (just north of the Regent AutoPark) without the need for visitors’ credentials. Those without credentials, however, cannot remain in this lot.

  • Only CU-Boulder students, faculty and staff with their Buff OneCards will be permitted (see samples at right).
  • Police and security staff will check IDs at entrances to campus.
  • Non-campus affiliates who come to campus on April 20 can face a ticket for trespassing—a misdemeanor that carries a punishment of up to six months in jail and a $750 fine.
  • University activities scheduled for April 20 will proceed as planned.
  • Lawn areas of the Norlin Quad are off limits to everyone. Anyone entering these areas will face a ticket for trespassing.

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