red poppies in front of the Flatirons

Campus, local community to unite for Juneteenth, Pride Month celebrations

May 31, 2023

Join the campus and the broader Boulder County community for the Juneteenth holiday and Pride Month. Learn more about these observances and celebrations, and connect with resources.

President Todd Saliman meeting with Southern Ute tribal leaders

Tuition, fees covered for Southern Ute students under partnership with tribe

May 25, 2023

CU Boulder in partnership with the Southern Ute Department of Education announced that it will cover in-state tuition and mandatory student fees for four new students from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe annually beginning this fall.

Early spring blooms on campus near the Koelbel business building

Diversity, equity and inclusion update: May 2023 issue

May 24, 2023

Campus leaders encourage students, staff and faculty to reflect on the history and significance of Juneteenth, traditionally celebrated on June 19. Also, a search is underway for an assistant vice chancellor for Native American affairs. Read about these updates and more.

World map with Asia highlighted.

Learn more, celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May 17, 2023

The University Libraries have created a resource guide to explore Asian American and Pacific Islander history and discover ways to participate in the heritage month.

Early spring blooms on campus near the Koelbel business building

Diversity, equity and inclusion update: April 2023 issue

April 27, 2023

Academic and administrative planning units on campus—a total of 36—are continuing to develop action plans to improve student, staff and faculty outcomes. UndocuAlly sessions are scheduled through July. Read about these updates and more in the monthly DEI update.

Early spring blooms on campus near the Koelbel business building

Diversity, equity and inclusion update: March 2023 issue

March 28, 2023

The CU Boulder Precollegiate Development Program is celebrating its 40th anniversary and UndocuAlly trainings are returning for the spring semester. Read more.

Suffragette Fola La Follette, missionary Rose Livingston and a young striker during a garment strike in New York City in 1913

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Feb. 28, 2023

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.

Pine trees covered in snow on the CU Boulder campus

Diversity, equity and inclusion update: February 2023 issue

Feb. 23, 2023

The campus community is invited to events coinciding with Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day and raising awareness about issues and identities in the transgender community. Read up on this and more.

rainbow umbrella

Professor aims to comfort, protect students in aftermath of Club Q

Feb. 21, 2023

Kristie Soares, assistant professor of women and gender studies and co-director of the LGBTQ Certificate Program, outlines resources, safe spaces and people’s varying experience of grief.

CAAAS staff pose with founder and director Reiland Rabaka and Deion 'Coach Prime' Sanders

Energized crowd welcomes new African and African American studies center to campus

Feb. 3, 2023

Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and Boulder community members packed the narrow halls of Macky Auditorium on the first day of Black History Month to celebrate the campus’s newest "cause"—the grand opening of the Center for African and African American Studies.