This is a resource and guide for CU departments who would like to communicate with incoming students and CU families.
New Student and Family Programs communicates with incoming students from the date of matriculation until the first day of classes.
Overview: The purpose of this newsletter is to provide students with action steps, campus resources and other helpful information.
Timing: Boulder Bound Emails begin after the first matriculation date:
Overview: These emails are a combination of automatic and scheduled emails that are sent based on the student’s matriculation date to guide them through the onboarding process. Additional emails are sent as needed to students who have not completed a specific action item in the onboarding process.
Timing: Sent automatically based on matriculation date and sent based on inaction.
Overview: Buff 2 Buff calls are one of the many engagement tools utilized by New Student and Family Programs to interact with and assist new students in their transition to the university. The Buff 2 Buff program capitalizes on peer connection and education with current students known as Journey Leaders. These student leaders call new students to welcome them to the university and assist them in the completion of their next steps.
Timing: Calls are made during the new student process as needed and are prioritized based on the remaining items students need to complete prior to class registration and beginning their time at CU.
If you'd like to learn more about incoming student emails, please contact Student Affairs Communications.
New Student and Family Programs communicates with parents, families and support systems of all CU Boulder students throughout their time enrolled at CU Boulder.
The purpose of these emails is to communicate important steps in the onboarding process as well with a focus on families of students who have not taken necessary actions to move through new student onboarding process.
The purpose of this website is to help guide parents and families through the new student onboarding process. Content provides an overview of content included in the New Student Welcome Online Experience.
This newsletter covers a wide variety of topics that are applicable to parents and families based on the time of year. Topics include student requirements, advice, upcoming events, important dates and deadlines and other helpful information.
Content covers a wide variety of important dates, events happening on campus as well as other information that is helpful for parents and families.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Student Affairs Communications.