Student Insurance Reminder

July 18, 2019

All students are required to have medical insurance while attending CU Boulder. Please select your insurance immediately to avoid fees. Anyone who will maintain coverage through an individual health insurance plan and has not waived the CU Boulder Gold Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) by September 5, 2019 will begin...

Stay Away From Marijuana (Cannabis)-Related Activities & Industries

May 7, 2019

Anyone who is not a US citizen, including someone who is a lawful permanent resident, any person on any type of visa, and even someone with no immigration status, is prohibited from using, possessing, or working with marijuana. Even though it is legal in Colorado and many other states and...

May 3, 2019: Court Temporarily Blocks USCIS’s Unlawful Presence Memo

May 6, 2019

Court Temporarily Blocks USCIS’s Unlawful Presence Memo On May 3, 2019, a district court judge for the Middle District of North Carolina temporarily blocked USCIS's memo on accrual of unlawful presence for F, J, and M nonimmigrants. This memo was originally issued on May 10, 2018, and was then updated...

Survey: Improve the ISSS Website

April 24, 2019

ISSS is redesigning its website and we want your feedback! Tell us how we can improve our content, navigation, design, and your overall user experience. Please complete the relevant survey below to to voice your opinions and share ideas. Student /Scholar Feedback Survey CU Department Feedback Survey Responses are anonymous...

Alumni: You Must Manually Subscribe to ISSS News to Receive Future Issues

April 22, 2019

If you graduated from CU Boulder and would like to continue to receive ISSS News you must manually subscribe to the newsletter in order to receive future issues. If you do not take action, this will be your last issue. You can access the ISSS News archive on the our...

Protect Yourself from Scams

Sept. 1, 2018

Scams are unfortunately becoming increasingly sophisticated and common in the United States. Please be aware of scammers posing as government/immigration/law enforcement officials requesting payment or personal information. Some scammers will manipulate caller ID technology so that it appears they are calling from a legitimate office or agency (e.g., FBI, IRS,...

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