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What you need to know before your student signs a lease

Oct. 21, 2019

Before your student signs a lease, it’s crucial that they read and understand the document fully. It may be tempting to skim through it, but they could miss important information in a legally binding contract. With many students preparing to sign a lease for next year’s housing, here are some...

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Mental health resources on campus

Oct. 21, 2019

Between midterms, cold and flu season and daylight saving time around the corner, this time of the year can be stressful. While students may experience various levels of stress, anxiety or other mental health concerns throughout the year, these levels might be on the rise this month. Finding help on...

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Having a conversation about substance use

Oct. 7, 2019

Family members are crucial partners in the academic success of their student. It’s important to have an open and ongoing dialogue with students about important issues, especially when your student may be exposed to situations involving alcohol and drugs. The use of alcohol and drugs can affect a student's social...

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Recruitment season for jobs and internships

Sept. 26, 2019

Is your student planning to have an internship over the summer? Are they graduating in December or May and planning to get a job? It’s time to get ready for recruitment season! What is recruitment season? Many organizations in all industries have embraced mass recruiting as a way to hire...

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Midterm prep

Sept. 26, 2019

Getting ready for midterms can sometimes feel overwhelming. But it’s possible for students to prepare without pulling all-nighters. With the right study strategies, your student can stay focused and organized. Here are some tips to help support your student as they get ready for midterms. Plan study sessions Sometimes the...

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Get an early start on next year’s housing search

Sept. 26, 2019

Living on-campus Returning undergrad students can apply to live on campus in the residence halls or Bear Creek Apartments in Williams Village. More details about the application process and deadlines to apply for the 2020-2021 academic year will be available later this semester. ​ It may seem early, but now...

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Tips for roommate disagreements

Sept. 10, 2019

Sharing a living space with others can sometimes lead to miscommunication or differences of opinion. Disagreements are normal and bound to happen from time to time. How your student handles them can help create a living environment where everyone is happy. Working through disagreements can result in growth, learning and...

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What to do when your student is homesick

Sept. 9, 2019

It’s common for many students to feel homesick, especially at the beginning of the fall semester. Even if students have been at CU Boulder for a year or two, they may still feel unsettled after being home for the summer. While feeling homesick is not fun, it can get better...

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Adjusting to life changes

Aug. 27, 2019

There is one thing that remains constant in life: change. Whether it’s moving away from home, living with a new roommate or starting a new job, many students are adjusting to change as they start a new academic year. And students aren’t the only ones experiencing change. Whether your student...

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Getting involved at CU Boulder

Aug. 27, 2019

“Getting involved” can look different for every student, depending on where they are in their academic journey. Getting involved helps new students meet friends and find a close-knit community on campus. If your student is in their third or fourth year, they may be looking to add to their resume...

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