Published: Oct. 26, 2020

CU Boulder campus with snow.This week, make an appointment for a flu shot, check Buff Portal for spring registration holds, enjoy a Halloween event and more.

 Make an appointment to get a free flu shot

Getting a flu shot is essential this year. Medical Services provides free flu shots for CU Boulder students in a variety of locations on campus during the flu season. In order to get a flu shot, you must schedule an appointment through the MyCUHealth portal. 

 Check Buff Portal for spring registration holds

Double check your portal and clear any registration holds you may have on your account in order to enroll on time for the spring semester. Holds may include: community equity, immunization record, check-up and choices.

 Graduating this semester? Grad students: Register to graduate

The deadline to apply for graduation is 11:59 p.m. MST on Sunday, Nov. 1. If you wish to purchase academic regalia for photos, participation in a virtual ceremony or attendance at a future in-person ceremony, please be sure to place your order by 11:59 p.m. MST on Sunday, Nov. 1, in order to ensure it arrives by the winter conferral date. More information on how to order your regalia is available on the Commencement webpage.

 Graduating this semester? Undergraduate students: Register to graduate

The last day to submit, update or cancel your fall 2020 graduation application form is Dec. 7. Regalia (gaps and gowns) can be purchased from the CU Book Store in person or online. Undergraduate regalia must be ordered by 2 p.m. MST on Dec. 7 for shipping, or 2 p.m. MST on Dec. 11 for in-store pick-up to receive your order by the winter degree conferral date of Dec. 14.

 Check out the new class registration guide in Buff Portal

Get ready to register for spring classes and check out Buff Portal’s updated class registration guide. Enrollment date information is now available, and the spring 2021 schedule of classes and your preregistration items will be available on Monday, Nov. 2.

 Add your phone to fight COVID-19

Help Colorado stop the spread of COVID-19 by activating your Colorado exposure notifications tool.

Check out some of the scary number of Halloween events

From pumpkin patches and scary movies to lawn games and crafts, there's plenty happening on campus to get you in the mood for the scary season.