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Tips for planning Fall Welcome events, programs

March 30, 2023

Campus departments are invited to plan and submit programs, events and opportunities to be included in the 2023 Fall Welcome schedule. Here are some tips to help faculty and staff plan for Fall Welcome.

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What to do if you get in trouble on or off campus

March 30, 2023

If you recognize that you made a mistake, CU Boulder has the resources to help you right your wrongs and grow from the experience. Here are some positive steps you can take if you have gotten in trouble on or off campus.

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How to talk to others with a different point of view

March 21, 2023

It can be challenging to talk with people who do not share your point of view. But in these conversations, there are often multiple truths. By acknowledging each other’s perspectives, we can explore differing opinions, learn and grow. Here are some ways to turn those difficult conversations into thoughtful discussions.

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Meet the 2023 CUSG spring election candidates

March 21, 2023

The CU Student Government election kicks off right after spring break. There are four candidates running for the position of representative-at-large and two tickets running for the positions of tri-executive, each with their own initiatives, plans and passions. Learn more about your CUSG candidates and make a plan to vote the week of April 3.

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Tips for a low-key spring break

March 10, 2023

While it may seem like everyone around you is taking exciting spring break trips, many students will have a low-key spring break. In fact, there is no right or wrong way to spend your first spring break as a CU Boulder student. Here are a few tips to make the most of your spring break if you don’t have a vacation planned.

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Hosting a party? How to lessen your chances of a nuisance ticket

March 8, 2023

A nuisance ticket, often issued for excessive noise, is a common citation for students living off campus. It may result in a hefty fine and mandatory restorative justice courses. Here are some tips to lower your chances.

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Perks, services and resources for faculty and staff

March 7, 2023

In addition to providing a variety of resources and support for students, many departments within the Division of Student Affairs have services available for faculty and staff.

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Ways to ask for help at CU Boulder

Feb. 27, 2023

When managing academics, activities, work, relationships and other commitments, things can sometimes get out of balance, and you may need to ask for help. Whether you have a minor issue or a major concern, there are resources and options to help with all kinds of struggles.

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On-campus dining tips for faculty and staff

Feb. 24, 2023

We’ve all been there—maybe you had to skip breakfast or forgot your lunch at home, and you need quick food options between meetings or classes. There are 15 dining locations across campus, offering a variety of convenient options. As a faculty or staff member, here are some tips to maximize your on-campus dining experience.

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Tips for managing conflict with classmates

Feb. 13, 2023

Conflict happens. When it comes to a final project, report or grade in class, disagreements between your group members can be a hindrance to your work. Get tips for using conflict to have healthy discussions and stop disagreements before they become unmanageable.