For voter registration forms, please visit the Colorado Secretary of State website. The form takes 20 days to process. If you do not have a Colorado driver's license, additional identification may be required if registering to vote by mail.
Although the majority of local elections are held through mail-in ballots, polling locations are available throughout the state of Colorado for major elections. If you are already registered to vote, you can find the nearest polling place at Elections Information for Voters.
If you polling place has changed since the last general election, your elections office should have sent you a notice in the mail.
Federal law requires that polling places be accessible to persons with disabilities. But if you want to make sure you will be able to vote, it is best to call your local election office before election day. Inform them of your disability and that you will need an accessible polling place.
Starting in 2006, federal law will require that every polling place must provide a way for people with disabilities to vote privately and independently.
Has your insurance company or other provider requested verification of your college enrollment? If so, get your Spring 2015 enrollment verification for free without a trip to the Office of the Registrar.
If you graduated in December 2014, be sure to meet the following deadlines to receive your diploma!
Dear Faculty and Staff,
Faculty and staff may register for CU-Boulder courses beginning on the first day of classes, Monday, Jan. 12, 2015, at 12:01 a.m.
To take courses on the Boulder campus, you must: