It’s a good idea to start planning how to spend spring break now. If you’re curious about volunteering, working for a cause, meeting new Buffs or just want to learn something new, consider being part of an Alternative Breaks trip.
Join this program and raise money for a cause you care about with help from the Alumni Association and Herd Leadership Council. Apply by Jan. 21 and participate in the required training on Jan. 26. Fundraising begins in February.
Starting at CU is really exciting, especially when there are many things to do on campus and in Boulder. To make it fun, we've made a list of things to do, places to visit and experiences to live to get to know your new home.
Sounds of cheer and conversation filled Room 134, hallways and studios in the Environmental Design building last Friday, as the program opened to the public for a full-building exhibit, showcasing faculty and student work from the fall semester.
Overall participation in the 2021 Campus Culture Survey was strong, and campus administrators called the initiative a success thanks to high participation rates among students, faculty, staff and collaboration across the campus.
This week brings events to keep you fueled for finals––craft and coloring nights, health and fitness sessions, the rescheduled Peach Tree Rascals concert, International Coffee Hour, “Malignant” film screening and more.