• You must have access to a recent laptop or desktop and a strong internet connection to take certificate courses. A tablet will NOT allow you to complete many of the assignments of the course.

  • Make sure to have your course number ready (LGTC 50##).

  • You need to be registered at least one week before the beginning of the course if you want to have access to the course when it starts!

  • For questions regarding financial aid, please email cefinaid@colorado.edu.

Step One: Apply to receive a CU Boulder student identification number.

Select the following options: Graduate Non-Degree, Non-Degree GRAD, ce Non Degree Graduate Registration Application, Fall 2017 UC Boulder. If approved, you will receive a student identification number to activate your Identikey within 20 minutes. If you have not received it after that time, contact ceregistration@colorado.edu or 303-492-5148.

Step two: Activate your identikey

Use your student identification number to activate your IdentiKey at cuidm.colorado.edu.  

Step three: Register for courses

Go to MyCUInfo. It is the online campus portal and an important tool. It gives you access to credit course enrollment, your CU student email account, campus announcements, semester schedule, tuition bill, book lists, clicker registration, posted assignments, your final grades, and more.

**** Please note:****

1) When you register for a certificate course, select Boulder Continuing Education, not the main campus.

2) Make sure to have your course number ready (LGTC 50##). To search using the LGTC 50XX, make sure to select the “Search by Subject and Catalog Number” option form the drop down menu (the default is “Search by Class Number” but you need to change to “Search by Subject and Catalog Number”.

If you have questions, contact us at ceregistration@colorado.edu or 303-492-5148.

Step one: Go to MyCUInfo. 

Step two: Activate your term

Step three: Register for courses.

**** Please note:****

1) When you register for a certificate course, select Boulder Continuing Education, not the main campus.

2) Make sure to have your course number ready (LGTC 50##). To search using the LGTC 50XX, make sure to select the “Search by Subject and Catalog Number” option form the drop down menu (the default is “Search by Class Number” but you need to change to “Search by Subject and Catalog Number”.

  • 3 credit hour courses (10 weeks): Drops made by the end of the first week (Friday) get a full refund. Drops made after the one-week deadline and by the end of the second week (Friday) get a 60% refund and will result in a W grade posted on the transcript. Drops made after the 2-week deadline (Friday) will result in a W grade posted on the transcript, and full tuition and fees will be assessed.

  • 2 credit and 1 credit hour courses (8 or 6 weeks): Drops made by the end of the first week (Friday) get a full refund. Drops made after the first week will result in a W grade posted on the transcript, and full tuition and fees will be assessed.

Drop and withdraw requests must be emailed to the Program Director.