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5 course registration tips if you’re interested in health professions

March 2, 2021

Planning to work in the health care industry? Now is a great time to ensure you’re on track to meet degree requirements and make progress in your career goals. Here are five steps to help you get ready to register for classes.

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Fall 2021 registration postponed to prepare for more comprehensive on-campus experience

March 2, 2021

To allow campus experts time to make recommendations for expanded classroom capacities, which will impact the fall 2021 schedule of classes, a few key fall registration dates have been modified. Find out more.

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Find your study spot

Feb. 26, 2021

Over the course of the winter break, teams worked on improving the reservation process and increasing bookable space on campus. Learn more about reserving rooms where you can study or eat.

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Quiz: How much do you know about the fair use doctrine?

Feb. 25, 2021

It's Fair Use Week. Test your knowledge of the fair use doctrine by taking our new University Libraries interactive quiz, "Is it Fair Use? It Depends!"

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The benefits of Summer Session

Feb. 25, 2021

As you plan your summer, consider the benefits of taking classes during convenient, short sessions offered between May and August.

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New master’s in data science emphasizes interdisciplinarity, residential and Coursera degrees

Feb. 24, 2021

CU Boulder’s new master’s in data science emphasizes all aspects of the field, including ethical considerations, communication and application knowledge, along with statistics and computer science.

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CU Boulder modifies grade replacement policy to support student success

Feb. 23, 2021

On Feb. 22, Provost Russell Moore announced a temporary modification of CU Boulder’s grade replacement policy to support student success during the pandemic. Review the details.

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Where to go for academic help

Feb. 15, 2021

As we move further into the semester, you may not know where to go and seek help if you need it. Here’s a list of free resources you can use to succeed this semester.

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Grad students: Apply to join an art and humanities cohort

Feb. 12, 2021

The Engaged Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Scholars program provides up to $2,000 for professional development and support for a community-engaged scholarship project focused on arts and humanities. Apply by March 2.

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10 reasons to become a teacher

Feb. 11, 2021

Learn about the different teaching pathways in the School of Education and some of the compelling reasons to consider teaching from education students, faculty and alumni. Fall teacher licensure deadlines are Feb. 15.

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