Approximately 31,000 undergraduate and graduate students are seeking degrees at CU-Boulder; they come from every state in the nation and more than 100 countries. Approximately 46 percent of the student body is female and 54 percent is male. Nontraditional students (students 25 and over) comprise 6 percent of undergraduates and 16 percent of all CU-Boulder students. Get the most current enrollment numbers at www.colorado.edu/pba/records/snap.
Colorado law prohibits persons convicted of rioting from enrolling in state-supported universities/colleges for 12 months following the date of conviction. If a student has been suspended prior to the date of conviction by the state-supported institution of higher education for the same riot activity, the 12-month suspension shall run from the start of the suspension imposed by the institution. A state-supported college may also implement its own policies and procedures or disciplinary actions regarding students involved in riots.
As the flagship university of the state of Colorado, CU-Boulder has become a true community of learners—faculty, staff, and students—jointly engaged in the quest for knowledge. At the heart of our Flagship 2030 strategic plan is a strong commitment to student success and redefining how we teach, discover, and share knowledge. Together, we are working to become a leading model of the “new flagship university” of the 21st century—serving Colorado and engaged in the world. www.colorado.edu/flagship2030
Numerous volunteering opportunities are available on campus and in communities all over the world. Read on to find out about university resources and organizations that provide volunteer opportunities locally, nationwide, and globally.
Your vote is important! Whether it’s for the University of Colorado Student Government (CUSG), local, state, or national candidates, or issues, please exercise your right to vote. If you want to register to vote in the State of Colorado, you must meet the following requirements: