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It's time to make your dreams your reality

You already dream big. So when it comes to turning your ambition and drive into a career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, find your home in a place that dreams as big as you do.

STEM study at the University of Colorado Boulder means more than just world class research opportunities, cutting-edge labs, real-world training, and faculty committed to helping you reach your academic and professional goals. You'll also enjoy the benefits of living and learning in one of America's top-rated cities for quality of life, with a vibrant cultural community and a wealth of educational and recreational opportunities outside the classroom — not to mention an entrepreneurial mindset that makes Boulder the nation's top city for tech startups.

Apply for graduate study and research

Ready to become part of the STEM community at CU-Boulder? Learn more about applying to become a graduate student.

Join us as an undergraduate engineer

Start your undergraduate STEM career at the top engineering college in the Rocky Mountain region. Interested in earning middle or high school teacher licensure through an engineering degree? The new CU Teach Engineering program is here for you. Learn about undergraduate admissions now.

Learn more about engineering at CU-Boulder

Our internationally acclaimed STEM programs focus on real-world skills, hands-on learning, and the opportunity to work on projects that matter from day one. Opportunities like the innovative new Global Engineering Residential Academic Program make studying STEM at CU-Boulder an all-encompassing experience.

Get BOLD

A culture of innovation and excellence at the BOLD (Broadening Opportunity Through Leadership and Diversity) Center supports underrepresented students' community and academic needs.

Learn about Colorado's commitment to diversity

The Colorado Diversity Initiative in Science, Math, and Engineering is dedicated to prioritizing support for diversity in the STEM disciplines, including oferings like Summer Multicultural Access to Research Training (SMART) for future graduate students and the Colorado Advantage Program preview weekend for prospective PhD students.

 

Important Announcements

CUEngineering is here!
The 2014 edition of CUEngineering magazine is hot off the press! Check it out online.

Don't forget summer session!
CEAS courses don't slow down over the summer - choose from 58 undergraduate and graduate engineering courses during Maymester and sessions A-D, May 12-Aug. 8.

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