The CU Boulder Alumni Assoication is coordinating our first-ever annual day of service: Buffs Give Back and we want you to be a part of it! As a student or alum, you can get involved by participating in this fantastic volunteer opportunity!
Young alumni foster an environment that continues to promote the CU experience and have a great time while doing it. Whether you’re interested in connecting with old friends, making new ones or professional networking, we've got an event for you!
You’ll find Forever Buffs touring all the great cities of the world as well as the seven wonders. Come along with us and find new inspiration, treat a family member to the trip of a lifetime or return to places that have special meaning.
The Forever Buffs Spotlight program recognizes the outstanding achievements of CU Boulder alumni within their chosen field, including the food and wine industries, arts and culture, science and technology, and more. Our Forever Buffs Spotlight events offer alumni the unique opportunity to learn from these successful alums, often in their work environment.
In the state of Colorado it’s easy to show your CU pride everywhere you go! In three simple steps you can purchase a University of Colorado license plate and donate to a scholarship to help CU students.
Continuing your legacy at CU Boulder is the greatest gift you can give to your alma mater. The Alumni Association celebrates students whose parents and/or grandparents also attended CU Boulder with our Buffalo Legacy events and cords for commencement.
Celebrate your Forever Buffs pride by connecting with our alumni chapters and clubs across the country. The Alumni Association has more than 40 chapters and clubs, all intended to keep you connected to CU Boulder long after you graduate.
The CU Boulder Alumni Association partnered with our alumni chapters in May 2016 for our first-ever annual day of service: Buffs Give Back! The event was a success as Forever Buffs across the country volunteered in their communities and we can't wait to do it again next year. Stay tuned for more details.
All Colorado residents who are 55 or older have the opportunity to attend daytime courses on the CU Boulder campus as part of the Senior Auditors Program created in 1973 by the Board of Regents and administered by the Alumni Association.
Without our remarkable volunteers the Alumni Association would be far more limited in what it can do for students and alums. Volunteering is an investment in the university’s future. You make the best recruiters, advocates and role models. We hope you find fulfillment in giving of your time and expertise for the good of the university.