Published: March 9, 2023

Resolve your registration holds, meet with a dietician, download the CU NightRide app, check out upcoming activities and trips with Outdoor Pursuits and more.

Students sitting in chairs looking through a window at snow-covered mountains Resolve registration holds before your enrollment window

Have a registration hold? Learn more about resolving holds before your enrollment window.

Meet with a dietician to learn about personal nutrition

Registered dietitian nutritionists in Medical Services are able to help with a variety of health concerns. Some nutrition concerns include healthy eating, learning to cook, digestive concerns and more. Learn more about nutrition counseling

 Download the CU NightRide app

CU NightRide is CU Boulder’s student-operated safe-ride service that allows you to request free, evening transportation to and from any location within Boulder city limits. Whether you need to travel across campus or to a neighborhood off campus, CU NightRide student drivers can get you there. Download the CU NightRide app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to request a ride.

 Check out upcoming activities and trips with Outdoor Pursuits

Boulder and the surrounding areas are the perfect setting to recreate and enjoy the great outdoors. Participate in upcoming activities and trips like kayaking, hiking, backpacking and more. Trips and courses are designed with the beginner CU Boulder students in mind. Take advantage of learning new skills and exploring all that the area and state has to offer!

 Register for intramural sports

Intramural sports provide an opportunity to compete in a variety of sports and activities. It's a chance to get connected on campus and meet other students, and a fun way to stay active.

Intramural sports are open to everyone. Whether you are new to a sport or experienced, whether or not you join with a team of friends or register as a free agent, there's a place for you. By purchasing an Intramural Sports Pass, you can play in any leagues you'd like throughout the semester, including tournaments. Session II registration is March 8–15.