Thirty-two Latino and Chicano Colorado high school students are immersing themselves in college life and learning
Twenty incoming high school juniors and seniors — most who will be first-generation college students from Boulder High School — are spending two weeks at the University of Colorado getting a firsthand view of campus life.
Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement celebrates 30th anniversary of Equity and Excellence Awards
The Equity and Excellence Awards program began in 1985 when CU-Boulder Professor Albert Ramirez identified the need to recognize those who have made significant commitments to CU and its community.
Celebrating 'College Friday,' 23 students from Denver and Aurora High schools visited CU-Boulder
GO Scholars program aims to reduce financial barriers to studying abroad
Computers to Youth keeps computers out of landfills, gives them to underserved high school students
The University of Colorado Denver reported to the CU Board of Regents at its June meeting that more than half of its new resident freshmen are a racial/ethnic minority: CU Denver is at 51 percent, UCCS 36 percent and CU-Boulder 29 percent.
The University of Colorado Boulder welcomed a freshman class of 5,869 students, a slight increase by 0.4 percent over last year, and in the process achieved the most academically qualified and diverse incoming class in the campus’s history.
Centaurus High School senior Frank Delaney applied in seventh grade to the University of Colorado's pre-collegiate development program because he wanted to be on the "inside track."
Boulder's Family Learning Center is partnering with the University of Colorado to create a summer program for high school students that will make sure they're prepared for college-level work and walk them through the application process.
415% more students with disabilities are attending college now compared to 35 years ago. CU Boulder’s Disability Services Office assists over 2,000 students on campus.