Student writing.

What to do now that you know your strengths

Sept. 25, 2018

As a new student, you probably took the CliftonStrengths assessment over the summer. Here are a few ways to learn more about your strengths and how to apply them throughout your college journey.

Snowshoeing on Old Faithful boardwalks

Earn credit on location this winter break

Sept. 21, 2018

Earn credit toward your degree, visit amazing places and gain extraordinary field experience this winter break in a Winter Session class.

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Acing your classes

Sept. 19, 2018

CU Boulder has a number of programs and offices in place to help support your academic needs.

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Struggling? Where to go for academic help

Sept. 17, 2018

The transition to college classes can be challenging, and finding help early can have a huge impact. Take advantage of free resources to develop new study skills, find help and set yourself up for a successful semester.

Students studying outside of the UMC

Early-alert pilot for academically at-risk students expanding to multiple units

Sept. 17, 2018

A handful of academic units, along with the Office of Information Technology, are partnering to identify students at risk of struggling in classes—early enough to provide resources and support.


Fashion, football and food: Check out Education Abroad's newest programs

Sept. 11, 2018

Education Abroad has nearly 400 programs in 70 countries, and opportunities are added all the time. Among the most recent additions: fashion in Paris, sunny Caribbean port cities and top universities.

Denmark, Copenhagen

Yes, you can afford to study abroad

Sept. 11, 2018

Taking classes, living, and traveling abroad—sounds expensive, right? It doesn’t have to be! It's possible to have your dream adventure abroad and keep the costs affordable. Learn more.

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New classroom technology service available to students

Sept. 7, 2018

Kubi Remote Presence Technology, a new service offered by the Office of Information Technology, is now available to students for a variety of circumstances that would benefit from remote attendance.

Porter Biosciences under construction in 1971

50 years later, MCDB department still breaking new ground

Sept. 5, 2018

Hundreds will converge on campus this week to celebrate a department credited with redefining what it means to study biology, and putting Boulder on the map as a biotech hub. The anniversary event is open to the public.

Old Main building during fall

Reimagining our future: Academic Futures draft report posted for your consideration

Sept. 4, 2018

Generated from a year-long effort across campus, the draft Academic Futures report offers a new academic vision designed to transform CU Boulder to a leading public research institution for the 21st century.