Published: March 16, 2023

Don't forget to take the graduate student survey, pick up free Narcan, download the CU Boulder Life app, check your degree progress, review deadlines for several awards nominations and more.

Student studying outside on a warm day Take the graduate student survey

How do you feel about your graduate student experience? That’s the question the gradSERU Survey is seeking to understand. A unique URL to the survey was distributed to each student via email. The survey runs March 13–April 24 and will take about 20 minutes to complete. All respondents will be entered to win one of 10 $100 Amazon gift cards.

Get paid: Find research opportunities and jobs on campus

From university research studies to part-time jobs, there are plenty of opportunities to make extra money on campus. See what's open. Many unpaid research studies are listed on the Buff Bulletin Board; consider volunteering to participate.

 Pick up free naloxone at the Health Promotion office

Narcan (naloxone) is available without a prescription to anyone with their Buff OneCard at the Health Promotions front desk, on the third floor of Wardenburg Health Center. Naloxone is also available for purchase from the Apothecary Pharmacy on the main floor of Wardenburg Health Center.

 Download the CU Boulder Life app

Join Student Affairs for events all semester long. Download the app to be in the know about events like DIY Nights, watch parties, trivia, career fairs and so much more! You can easily add events to your schedule so you never find yourself "bored" again.

 Check your degree progress

Running an up-to-date degree audit every semester can help you identify unfulfilled academic requirements and stay on track toward graduation. Here’s how to get your report.

 Stop by the free Community Acupuncture Clinic on March 22

Start feeling better and improve your health and well-being. Community acupuncture is practiced in a group rather than a one-on-one setting. Participants will be treated through auricular (ear) acupuncture and can choose between traditional needles or ear seeds. Free for students, faculty and staff. First-come, first-served. 

 Get involved with GPSG

Interested in being part of the Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) next year? Applications for elected and appointed positions are open March 13–27. Find more information about college senator, executive and officer staff positions, as well as the application/election process. These positions are paid and are a great way to get involved and represent your peers!

 Visit The Apothecary before spring break

The Apothecary at Wardenburg Health Center is a full-service pharmacy open to students, faculty, staff and the community. The Apothecary maintains a large over-the-counter selection of items including vitamins, minerals, skin care, herbs, allergy and cold care, menstrual supplies, food and beverage options, sports care and more.