• CU Gold

    CU Gold Program Registration is Now Open!

    CU GOLD is a free, student-run, professional leadership development program open to all CU students, offering resources and seminars designed to enhance natural leadership abilities. Weekly Core Leadership Program (CLP) is the introductory program to CU GOLD. It includes a free leadership retreat in the mountains (Estes Park), unique weekly sessions and a community service project. The program concludes with a personal leadership mission statement and a certificate of completion. The Applied Leadership Program (ALP) dives further into personal reflection and development. CLP Spring 2015 will be Tuesdays from 3:30-5 p.m. and ALP will be Wednesdays, 4-5:30 p.m. Please submit your application no later than Friday, Jan. 23, by emailing clp@colorado.edu.

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  • Read the Student Affairs Insider!

    Check out the Student Affairs Newsletter and stay up-to-date on what's happening in the Division!

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  • Welcome to our Smoke Free Campus

    CU Goes Smoke Free

    For your health and the health of our community, thank you for not smoking on the CU-Boulder Campus.

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  • CU Collegiate Recovery Center

    CU Collegiate Recovery Center, UMC Room 102

    The CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC) provides support for those in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and other addictive behaviors, and a home for the sober community on the CU-Boulder campus. Check out some of their activities! ~Oasis Community Circle – weekly conversation and support group ~Phoenix Multisport – sober active community and programs (climbing, hiking, etc.) ~CU Sober Social Club – student club that hosts substance-free social events ~S-Zone and Campus Tailgates – substance-free gatherings and tailgates for CU sporting events

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Welcome to Student Affairs at CU-Boulder!

Aerial view of CUFrom Orientation, where you'll learn how to navigate your way through your first weeks and months at CU, all the way through graduation and even beyond, Student Affairs plays an integral role in student success.  Student Affairs is a diverse organization of professionals focused on creating a positive environment that fosters successful learning and personal development, both inside and outside the traditional classroom. 

Learn more about Student Affairs by clicking on any of the links below! Chip in China at the Great Wall


 Parent Fund Annual Report 2014

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Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Center For Community S430
031 UCB
Boulder, CO, 80309-0031
Phone: (303) 492-8476
E-mail: studentaffairs@colorado.edu
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