Corey Novak

Choosing the Right Spring Visit Program

As you begin to narrow down your top college choices, a visit to campus can be crucial in helping make that final decision. The place you choose is the place you will call home for the next four years; it’s the place where you will sleep, eat, breathe, socialize and... Read more »
Vanessa Roman

Can I Still Apply?

As a senior in high school I know that you have a lot going on. Between school work, clubs, jobs, family responsibilities or athletic events you are all engaged and busy people making the most out of your senior year! Perhaps you had not considered applying to the University of... Read more »
Jack Kroll

Transferring to CU Boulder

Transferring schools can often feel intimidating and overwhelming. However, at CU Boulder your transfer admission counselors are here to help you through this process from start to finish! Many students choose to transfer to CU Boulder and become a Buff because they can discover and create their own distinctive path!... Read more »
International admissions counselor

Q&A with an International Admissions Counselor – Northern Europe

Where did you go? I traveled to Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Scotland with 23 higher education institutions from the US, Canada and Europe who are all members of the Council of International Schools. We had the opportunity to present to and then speak with high school students about their... Read more »
Vanessa Roman

Top 5 Things to Remember Before the Application Deadline

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Winter break is here! And I know you’ve been looking forward to sleeping in, catching up on your Netflix episodes, baking cookies and just generally enjoying the cheer of the season. And I know you’re probably not looking forward to that one... Read more »
International Counselor

Q&A with an International Admissions Counselor - Middle East

Your name sounds Middle Eastern, where are you from? I think this is the number one question I get when I recruit in the Middle East. I don’t look like what people think an average Middle Easterner looks like. So, to answer this question, I was raised in Palestine and... Read more »
Brittany Dye

Letter of Recommendation Tips

It is officially December, which means the final application for freshman admission is a little more than one month away! You are likely in the middle of applying to many different schools, each with their own deadlines and requirements. It is a lot to keep straight, and can definitely make... Read more »
Sarah Kim international admissions counselor

Q&A with an International Admissions Counselor - Europe

Where did you travel to meet with prospective CU Boulder students? I traveled to Europe! What impressed you most about Europe? The Forever Buffs alumni network in Europe was the most impressive thing. For example, at the UK/US Fulbright event, eight CU Boulder alumni volunteered their time, over two days,... Read more »
Jessica Oppen

What Happens to My Application After I Apply?

You've hit submit on your application and now you’re anxiously awaiting your decision. We take our jobs to complete your application and get you a decision very seriously. Every year, I continue to be impressed by our dedicated staff, and see examples of our team going above and beyond to... Read more »
Jack Kroll

Being a Veteran at CU Boulder

So you’ve done it: endured basic training, persevered through immense challenges, saw the world, and served our country. Now you’re thinking—what’s next? You’ve got the GI Bill and you know you’ve always wanted to go back to school. We’re here to help. The University of Colorado Boulder enrolls more than... Read more »