The StayConnected Program is an optional benefits-only program that allows degree-seeking Boulder Main Campus undergraduate students to access certain benefits during the term in which they are not registered for courses.
Please note that a copy of the StayConnected Application from the Office of the Registrar may be required as proof to access benefits with certain departments.
Undergraduate degree-seeking students are eligible to return to the university within 1–3 terms (including summer; up to 4 with restrictions) from their last graded semester without readmitting or reapplying through Admissions. Please refer to the Return Chart. Students may leave the university, preserve the enrollment appointment priority and return to the university. Students do not have to apply for the StayConnected Program in order to register for their return semester.
Applications can be completed for the StayConnected Program anytime until the last day of classes of the semester. However, withdrawal fees will be assessed based on the Withdrawal Calendar. To avoid additional fees, the StayConnected Program application must completed and signed at least 12 days prior to the start of the semester, and the student must withdraw from classes at or before that time. If the refund/assessment schedule is not followed, a withdrawal fee or full tuition fees may be assessed. For Wardenburg Health Center insurance purposes, please file by the first week of school.
The Office of the Registrar automatically provides a registration enrollment appointment for the returning semester. Students can register through MyCUInfo. An email reminder that the enrollment appointment is posted is sent to the student's official @colorado.edu email account in October for spring, February for summer, and March for fall. Holds may prevent registration, so check the account before the registration time.
The front lobby of the Office of the Registrar is currently being remodeled.
If you intend to graduate in Spring 2015, complete each item below by the date listed. To find out about your graduation requirements, contact your department or advisor.
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.