CU Boulder has more than 400 student organizations covering a wide variety of activities and interests. For students interested in giving back to the community, you’ll find many groups dedicated to service, social justice and sustainability.
Finding your place at a large university like CU Boulder can take time, but even during your first year, you can discover ways to stand out. Activities, student organizations and programs provide opportunities to get involved and build leadership skills. Get started.
Part of the Leo Hill Leadership Speaker Series, Molly Bloom spoke to an audience of 1,000-plus, recounting stories of her notorious past. She also discussed the art of reinvention and the importance of believing in yourself.
This March sip free coffee; test your knowledge at trivia night; get expert career advice; attend free concerts, film screenings, Women’s History Month events, yoga and meditation classes, an art exhibition, St Patrick’s Day celebrations and more.
Students are encouraged to volunteer as a way to give back, meet new people, learn new skills and get more involved in their community. All of these benefits that come from volunteering can apply to faculty and staff members as well. Here are a few reasons to consider volunteering this year.
Join CU Boulder in celebrating Women's History Month throughout the month of March. Campus community members are invited to attend gatherings and panel discussions, watch film screenings, enjoy coffee, participate in yoga and more.