Published: Dec. 1, 2018


CASE building CU Boulder

In CASE You’re Curious…

Don’t forget your camera.

Sweeping Flatirons views and a large bronze buffalo sculpture rank among the many charms of CU Boulder’s newest central campus building, the Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE), which opened in July.

 Serving admissions, advising and veteran and military affairs, and with large student learning spaces, the four-story, 114,000-square-foot building represents a fresh, airy take on the campus’ classic architecture.

Vaulted ceilings, ample windows and wide-open study areas harvest and spread light. Cozy lounges encourage visitors to savor the décor, which includes inspiring portraits of the university’s best and brightest. Outside, a north-facing patio offers a perch from which to survey streams of students and appreciate the rhythms of life at CU.

Located near Broadway and Euclid, east of the University Memorial Center and across from the CU Art Museum, the CASE building is surrounded by places and spaces you already know and love. Maybe it’ll be your new favorite.

CASE Building Fast Facts:

  1. Opened July 2018
  2. 114,000 square feet  
  3. Built atop Euclid Parking Garage
  4. Home to bronze buffalo sculpture, “Silver & Gold” 
  5. Window murals depict famous CU alumni

Photo by Casey A. Cass