students walking on the street in Czech Republic

It isn’t too late to study on a CU faculty-led Global Seminar this summer

Feb. 12, 2020

Take CU-style classes abroad, earning credit while exploring our amazing world with faculty experts! Select programs are still accepting applications through March 1.

Professor teaching a class

Prep guide for your exams this semester

Jan. 28, 2020

As you approach your exams this semester, here is a quick, easy guide to help you stay organized and begin preparation.

Biochemistry Professor Amy Palmer works with three students in her office

Why you should go to your professor’s office hours

Jan. 27, 2020

Visiting your professor’s office hours can do more for you than just getting a good grade in their class. Here are some tips for making the most of office hours.

Imig Music Building

‘The CU Boulder College of Music: A Century in the Making’

Jan. 24, 2020

In this mini-documentary, Professor Emeritus Thomas Riis and students reflect on the first 100 years of music at CU Boulder and what the next century could hold as the college celebrates its centennial.

Students working with University Libraries' security force

University Libraries security team keeps visitors, collections safe

Jan. 24, 2020

Perhaps you’ve seen a student walking through Norlin, wearing a vest that says “security,” stopping to take pictures of the walls in various corners and more. Students like this one work for the University Libraries security force.

Norlin Library

University Libraries launches new version of CU Scholar

Jan. 24, 2020

CU Boulder’s institutional repository now has a new, more modern look.

Classroom at CU Boulder

Strategies for doing well in a large lecture class

Jan. 17, 2020

Large lecture classes may be a new experience for many of us, but there are strategies for doing well. Here are some tips for making your lecture class a success this semester.

Instructor works with student one on one

Are you coachable?

Jan. 17, 2020

Are you an Arts and Sciences undergraduate student needing support for your academic success? Want to uncover what best motivates your learning and how you best learn? See if academic coaching is right for you.

Students in class.

Quiz: Is it cheating? Test your knowledge of the Honor Code

Jan. 17, 2020

Did you know it’s a violation to use someone else’s clicker in class? Or do you know what to do if you want to use a project from another course? Test your Honor Code knowledge with this quiz.

Norlin Library

This semester, cultivate community at the University Libraries

Jan. 17, 2020

Welcome to all! Though the libraries are known for their dynamic spaces and unique collections, we also cultivate community through conversation, curiosity, investigation, participation and creativity.