We are excited to announce that the event is FREE and open to the public!  Please register in advance to help us plan accordingly.  Seating is on a first-come basis. 

Registration is Open HERE 

On-site registration will open at 12pm on Friday and at 8:30am on Saturday.  On-site Registration is in the lobby of Eaton Humanities. 

Registration Fees Summary:

·       General Registration Rate: FREE for everyone!!

Additional options:

  • Saturday Lunch: $10 vegan, gluten-free friendly buffet (BYO bag lunch is welcome).  Available for advance purchase or on-site.  Limited availability of on-site quantities.  Advance purchase by February 4th is suggested. 
  • Pay Parking: Hourly and day parking rates in campus lots.  See section below for maps, parking and transport info.  

Even though the event is free, ONLINE, ADVANCE REGISTRATION is encouraged to help us plan accordingly.  

Volunteer Positions:

Help for a few hours to make the event happen!  Volunteer Application Form

We encourage sustainable transportation to Bioneers.  Please bus, bike, carpool, and walk if possible.  

CU Eaton Humanities is located on main campus .  

Map of event buildings and parking options

Bus routes: 

Eaton Humanities Building is located on the east side of Broadway.  Numerous bus routes service the area including HOP, DASH, SKIP, Flatiron Flyer.

Parking: 

If you do need to arrive by personal vehicle, please read these parking instructions. And see map above.

FRIDAY: Parking is somewhat limited on Friday since classes are in session.  If you need to arrive by personal vehicle there are residential areas near campus, street meters on University Ave., and visitor pay lots on campus.  Pay parking on campus is $2/hour.

Euclid Parking Garage (EPG) is located between Broadway and 18th Street (east of the UMC) and is a "Pay by Plate" paystation lot. You must have your license plate number available to pay at any of the paystations located at each pedestrian exit. EPG parking rate is $2.00 per hour up to three hours; after three hours the rate is $4.00 per hour. EPG paystations accept payment by credit card, coin and ParkMobile (Zone 6334).

 

SATURDAY:  The nearest pay parking for participants is in Lot 380 or 381 for $2/hour.  Lot 381 is on Macky Drive. Access to Lot 380 is from University Ave. Go east and then south on Macky Drive.  Pay at the pay station.

On Saturday, FREE Parking is nearby on the north side of University Avenue, use parking lots 254 and 282.  

 

You may also want to use the campus visitor parking map

 

We don’t want you to get a ticket!  Please note that all campus meters are monitored and enforced seven days a week.  City meters on University Ave are enforced on Saturdays.

 

Coming in from out of town? 

-Lodging is available in Boulder.  View Boulder lodging options at: http://www.boulderlodging.com

-Homestays may be available!  To host or request a homestay, email bioneers 'at' colorado.edu

Important Information:

  • Limited Seating:  As the event is free and open to community, seating may be limited in some of the more popular sessions.  Seating is on a first-come, space available basis.  Please understand that if you arrive at a session and the room exceeds capacity, you may be asked to select another session.  

  • Be considerate of the health of others and do not attend if you are contagious with illness.

  • Only service animals are allowed in the building.  CU-Boulder recommends service animals be identifiable by wearing a vest or harness.

  • Some participants have chemical sensitivities and request participants refrain from wearing scented products.

  • Photography and video recording will take place in some sessions.

  • Follow campus parking rules. See parking info below 

To make it possible for true collaboration, creativity, innovation, and idea exchange to thrive we are committed to facilitating a welcoming and respectful community for all. This Code of Conduct shares our community expectations and applies to all attendees, employees, exhibitors, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, and other participants. We empower all participants in our community to actively engage in creating a friendly and safe environment for all with these expectations:

  • Be kind and considerate. Respect personal space and common courtesy rules for personal interaction.

  • Be mindful of others around you to ensure a great experience for your fellow participants.

  • Refrain from displaying any demeaning, harassing, aggressive, or intimidating materials or behavior.

  • Promptly report any behavior that makes you or others feel uncomfortable.

  • Read more HERE