2023 Board of Regents

Preliminary enrollment estimate shows 1.8% growth in fall 2023

Sept. 8, 2023

CU Boulder's preliminary student enrollment estimate for this fall shows an increase of 658 students over fall 2022, according to data presented at the CU Board of Regents meeting. The increase comes primarily from higher-than-anticipated enrollment of in-state undergraduates and improved retention rates.

Students studying outside

Note-taking strategies every student should try

Sept. 8, 2023

Looking to ace your classes? Try these study tips to help you learn new material, prepare for exams and get through fast-paced courses.

Homecoming game

New campaign encourages respectful fan behavior

Sept. 8, 2023

CU Boulder has launched a new public awareness campaign to encourage game day fans to stay safe, have fun and be respectful.

Chris Pankratz

Chris Pankratz named director of mission operations and data systems

Sept. 7, 2023

The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, CU Boulder’s oldest and highest-budget research institute, has appointed Chris Pankratz as its new director of mission operations and data systems.

Students sit outside of Rush Bowls on The Hill

Good eats on University Hill

Sept. 6, 2023

The Hill offers a unique array of dining options including everything from late-night pizza to an early-morning smoothie bowl. Discover some of the best places to grab a bite.

Campus community members visiting booths at the Health & Wellness Summit

4 reasons students should attend the Health & Wellness Summit

Sept. 6, 2023

Stop by the Health & Wellness Summit Sept. 13–14 to take a tour of the new Rec Center fitness space; join activities such as mindful painting; and tune in to presentations on relationships and boundaries, mental health and trauma, the science of happiness and much more.

Football game at Folsom Field

Planning to attend football games this year? 4 ways to look out for your friends

Sept. 6, 2023

This year’s football season is expected to be bigger than ever. If you’re planning to attend, here are some tips to help you and your friends stay safe.

Two researchers on a beach in Madagascar

Early-career scientist gains immersive field experiences as part of NSF-funded program

Sept. 5, 2023

Naya O'Reilly, a scuba diver and environmental studies doctoral student, spent the summer in Madagascar studying sustainable oceans as part of a fellowship with the NSF-funded Global Sustainability Scholars.

Employees volunteering during Fall Welcome

What it takes to make move-in and Fall Welcome a success

Sept. 5, 2023

Making move-in and Fall Welcome events a success requires coordination from departments across the Division of Student Affairs and campus units. This team effort leads to a smooth and inviting start to the new academic year.

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5 ways faculty can support students with disabilities

Sept. 5, 2023

As we kick off the semester, you may start to receive disability accommodation letters from students. Here are things to know about supporting students with disabilities.