Published: Jan. 19, 2023

As we wrap up the first week of classes, be sure to register your bike, sign up for the CU Social Justice Summit, apply to study abroad this summer and more.

Students studying indoors Download the CU Boulder Life app

Looking for things to do? Stay in-the-know by downloading the CU Boulder Life app and following @CUBoulderLife on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. You’ll find events, campus information, updates about resources and more.

 Register your bike

Did you bring a bike to campus? Get it registered and serviced through the CU Bike Program at the Environmental Center.

 Register for the CU Social Justice Summit

The biennial Social Justice Summit is coming Jan. 31 and will center on strengthening our diverse democracy and creating more just and inclusive campuses—and a more just and inclusive world. Learn more and register for community meetups and virtual sessions.

 Showcase your art: UMC Student Arts Program accepting submissions

The Student Arts Program collects original art created by the CU Boulder student community and displays it throughout the UMC. Review submission guidelines, and submit your artwork by Jan. 22.

 Apply to study abroad with CU faculty this summer

The world awaits! Earn credit abroad with CU faculty this summer. Keep in mind: All students with financial need will receive a Buffs Abroad Scholarship, and select programs offer an additional $500 scholarship. Deadline to apply is Feb. 1.

 Active in a student org? Apply for a $1,000 scholarship

Student leaders are encouraged to apply for the James E. Schafer Scholarship. If you have been involved in a CUSG-recognized student group or organization for at least one full semester and meet the other criteria, you are eligible to apply! Each award is for $1,000. Deadline to apply is Feb. 12.

 Find discounted and no-fee software

Find the software you need for classes at no cost or specially reduced rates. Browse OIT’s Software Catalog today.

 Apply to the Volunteer Placement Program

Interested in volunteering in your local community? Apply for the Volunteer Placement Program. This program is designed to bridge student volunteers and local nonprofit organizations to address immediate community needs. Learn more and apply.

 Register for the Inclusive Sports Summit

CU Athletics and Recreation Services invite you to join the annual Inclusive Sports Summit on Feb. 15. This year’s theme is “Legacy: Honoring the past and creating the future of sport and recreation.” Learn more and register to attend.