19th street bridge

New bridge links Main Campus, neighborhoods north of Boulder Creek

A new campus pedestrian bridge spanning Boulder Creek is open for use, improving Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access and overall connectivity between Main Campus and areas north of the creek.

face mask order form

Face Mask Order Form

Supervisors, please fill out the face mask order form to request disposable, non-medical facemasks for your critical-services employees who need them and who have been authorized to be on campus.

zero waste

Facilities Management accelerates compost collections expansion

CU Boulder Facilities Management has accelerated its efforts to integrate compost collections into all campus buildings by summer 2022, representing another important step toward the campus's goal of achieving a 90% waste-diversion rate by 2025.

19th Street Pedestrian Bridge

Work to begin on new pedestrian bridge linking Main Campus and neighborhoods north of Boulder Creek

Beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 4, a section of the Boulder Creek multiuse path near 19th Street and Grandview Avenue will be detoured.

DC front view

New system makes tracking campus UPS, Staples, USPS deliveries easier

Are you a faculty or staff member who receives on-campus package deliveries from UPS, Staples or the United States Postal Service (USPS)? Tracking their status just got better.

ribbon cutting at new aerospace building

The Aerospace Engineering Building is open!

And liftoff. Today, visitors from across Colorado gathered at CU Boulder for an event celebrating the new Aerospace Engineering Sciences Building , home to the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences . This building, which occupies roughly 175,000 square feet on East Campus, will be the new...

Bill Haverly

Campus Architect Bill Haverly garners prestigious honor

The Association of University Architects (AUA) recently honored Campus Architect and Director of Planning and Design Bill Haverly with the organization’s Distinguished Service Award, placing Haverly in rare company. The AUA’s Distinguished Service Award is given to members whose career has made significant contributions to buildings and planning in higher...

Mike Turman

Turman named director of design and construction

Chris Ewing, assistant vice chancellor for planning, design and construction, has named Mike Turman director of design and construction. Turman begins his new role July 1 and replaces Bill Ward, who retired last year after 21 years of service at CU Boulder. As director of design and construction, Turman will...

village center greenhouse

Village Center Dining and Community Commons notches LEED Platinum

The honor for green building practices gives CU Boulder 28 LEED-certified buildings, including 11 Platinum.

biz engineering groundbreaking ceremony

New CU Boulder building to connect business, engineering in novel ways and honor alumnus and donor

Business and engineering leaders broke ground Wednesday on a $45 million addition that will physically connect two academic and research buildings in a way they’ve never been connected before.

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