Contact Information:

Otha Barrow, Chemistry Graduate Program Manager

Office:  Cristol Chemistry Rm 100F
Phone: 303-492-8978
Email: chemgrad@colorado.edu

Pamela Williamson, Biochemistry Graduate Program Manager

Office: JSCBB B217
Phone: 303-735-7616
Email: bchmgrad@Colorado.edu


Frequenty Asked Questions (FAQs):

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Click here for details, information, and checklists for requirements and steps needed for Doctoral, Master and concurrent student graduation

Information on all of the necessary resources for preparing ETDs can be found here. For official university regulations regarding submission procedures and deadline dates, see the Graduate School Calendar and Master's Thesis and Doctoral Dissertation Specifications.

If you have general questions about your Academic and/or Graduate Status, Health Insurance, Graduation, and/or Tuition, Funding & Financial Aid, please consult this source.

Graduate studies can be exhilarating, challenging, and, at times, overwhelming. It is rarely mistaken as being an "easy" route by anyone's measure, and if you find you have entered a particularly difficult time period, know that you are not alon

The Graduate School wishes to encourage you to take advantage of the assistance available to you through this link to help make your time at CU Boulder as successful and life-enhancing as possible.

Useful Documents:

Below you will find documents that you will need throughout you tenure in graduate school.