The Department of Theatre & Dance encourages alumni engagement and strives to provide community, support, and resources long after graduation.

Engagement Opportunities

We would love to celebrate your professional achievements, awards, and other accomplishments with you. Please share your news with us and also check out what other alumni have been up to since graduation on the Alumni News page.

Audit a Class

Certain individuals under the age of 55 who are not registered students may be able to audit regularly scheduled classes by enrolling as a community auditor. Read our Auditing Courses page for details!

Social Media

You can stay informed about upcoming performances and other exciting developments by following us on social media. 

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Employment Opportunities

CU Boulder's Career Services office offers a wide variety of assistance to alumni, including access to Handshake, a comprehensive online career resource where alumni can search for jobs and internships, connect with thousands of potential employers, and view CU Boulder Career Fairs. The Career Services office also provides the following resources:

CU Boulder Forever Buffs Alumni Association

CU Boulder offers the Forever Buffs initiative for alumni so dive in if you’re looking to network, attend an event, advance your career, and more. There are no longer any membership fees for joining the Forever Buffs network. 


We have a shared archive of all photos and programs from past shows which all alumni may use. To access the photo archive, please submit this THDN Photo Archive Access Form.

Alumni and current students can order official and unofficial transcripts from the Office of the Registrar's online transcript order page.

CU's Alumni Career Services offers individual appointments for alumni to discuss any career topic ranging from updating your resume to asking for a raise. Schedule an appointment online anytime.

Not a CU student but interested in auditing a theatre or dance class? Read information for Auditors on the Office of the Registrar website. Note: non-Lecture, participatory courses (voice, choral, dance, painting, pottery, computer, theatre, photography, musical instrument, etc.) are restricted and may not be available to Community Auditors. Current CU students may take dance or theatre courses for no credit. You will be enrolled in the course, show up on the course roster, and pay tuition for the course.