The University of Colorado Boulder welcomes international students as part of our Global ACCESS, Visiting Student Program. Academically talented visiting undergraduate students enroll in regular university courses during our Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer terms. Visiting students can enjoy enriching academic experiences with our distinguished CU Boulder faculty and take classes alongside American students enrolled in our degree programs. Visiting international students have access to CU Boulder's many resources and services that help ensure student success.  You will have access to academic support services including academic advising, writing center, tutoring, libraries, and computer and digital media labs.  In addition, visiting international students have access to student services and campus amenities, including the Wardenburg Health Services (see information on medical insurance below), campus and off-campus housing services,  dining halls and recreational facilities.

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Academic Standing: Applicants must be a current undergraduate student in good academic standing at their home institution or possess a university diploma. Please submit your university transcript.
  2. English Proficiency: Students from a country in which the official language is not English, must demonstrate their English proficiency, regardless of their citizenship.  Please submit proof showing a minimum TOEFL iBT score of 80 or a minimum IELTS score of 7.5.
  3. Health Insurance: Health care costs, even minor illnesses, are very expensive in the United States. All students must have U.S. Medical Insurance. Visiting students who are enrolled in six or more credit hours in the summer, may be eligible to sign up in the University of Colorado Boulder's Gold Plan through the Wardenburg Health Center. Please review the plan http://www.colorado.edu/health/gold
  4. Visa: International students may request a student visa (F1 or J1, depending on who is responsible for your tuition and fees) by registering for two summer courses for a minimum of 6 credit hours.