The Denver Museum of Nature and Science building.

Join CU Night at the Museum July 20

July 1, 2022

Join CU President Todd Saliman and campus chancellors Philip DiStefano, Don Elliman, Michelle Marks and Venkat Reddy at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science for a celebration of alumni and friends.

Group photo of students at a STEM camp

STEM camps for middle, high schoolers coming July 18–22

June 15, 2022

Including a new machine learning class offered in Spanish, the Innovation Center of the St. Vrain Valley Schools is collaborating with CU Boulder, Northrop Grumman and IBM to offer high-quality STEM camps in Longmont. Students can choose from several tracks.

Gold Buff Marching Band member plays marching euphonium during Homecoming game

Golden Anniversary Club celebrations set for Homecoming in October

June 14, 2022

Alums who graduated in 1972 or earlier are invited to participate in anniversary celebrations at Homecoming. Reconnect with fellow Forever Buffs and take a trip down memory lane during this special gathering.

The Loggia area outside the University Memorial Center at sunset.

CU Boulder, Anschutz faculty to discuss gun violence in June 28 webinar

June 13, 2022

Faculty experts from CU Boulder and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will join together in a webinar moderated by Chancellor DiStefano focused on the public health impacts of gun violence. The event—free and open to faculty, staff and students—will include an opportunity for questions and answers.

A copy from the National Archives of the general order that later spurred Juneteenth.

Juneteenth in Colorado

June 13, 2022

The June 19 holiday, Juneteenth, is a time to recognize and celebrate the freedom and self-determination of African Americans and the end of the Civil War. It also provides an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the nation's collective history. For some, this may mean attending an event, listening to a podcast, reading, or having conversations with classmates, colleagues, family and friends.

Staff Council banner on Dirk's patio at the Center for Community.

Join the Staff Council ice cream social and info fair May 24

May 20, 2022

Come join your Boulder Campus Staff Council and other members of the community for a free ice cream bar. Stop by the Staff Council tent, where there will be more giveaways and prizes and visit with other campus departments dedicated to serving employees.

Chancellor Phil DiStefano engaging with the community during the 2019 summer tour

Learn and connect: Chancellor state tour June 8–11

May 20, 2022

Connect with CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano, Athletic Director Rick George and faculty. Learn about the local impact of climate change on Colorado communities, joining alumni, parents, donors and community members at these free gatherings.

spring blooms on campus

Join the IDEA Council’s May 23 public forum

May 9, 2022

Council members will update the campus community about its work during the 2021–22 academic year, answer questions, and invite students, staff and faculty to join a discussion on the university’s next steps for promoting diversity, equity and inclusion across the campus.

third-generation high-performance computing infrastructure

May 18 community event to kick off ‘alpine’ high-performance computing era

May 3, 2022

The celebratory event signals the official launch of CU Boulder’s third-generation high-performance computing infrastructure, which is provisioned and available to campus researchers immediately.

2018 commencement ceremony on Folsom Field

You’re invited: Honor CU Boulder’s newest graduates at commencement May 5

May 1, 2022

For the first time in three years, CU Boulder will have an in-person commencement ceremony, conferring more than 9,000 degrees and featuring CU Boulder alumnus and award-winning journalist Tom Costello.