Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: New cases show importance of following public health guidance

June 12, 2020

Boulder County Public Health announced 17 recent positive cases of COVID-19 in our community, many involving CU Boulder students. These positive cases demonstrate the vital importance of every one of us following public health guidance.

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From Vice Chancellor Bradley and Assistant Vice Chancellor Bergeron: Student dialogues

June 11, 2020

Black Lives Matter and racist, discriminatory and harassing acts do not align with our core beliefs and values. CU Boulder is here to support you and help you to process, learn and grow, and take action if you wish.

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As a campus, we condemn all acts of racist violence and discriminatory behavior

June 5, 2020

Vice Chancellor Bob Boswell, Vice Chancellor Akirah Bradley and Associate Vice Chancellor Valerie Simons address a series of racist, discriminatory and threatening social media messages––some posted by current and incoming students––that have come to light in recent days.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Combating racism together

June 3, 2020

To our black students, faculty and staff—All Black Lives Matter. There are much deeper and systemic issues that are affecting communities of color, and as a society, we are far from realizing the promise of equality and justice that every person deserves. You have my pledge that justice and equity will remain at the center of my efforts as chancellor...We can and must do better.

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From the Deans of the University Libraries: Future access to libraries facilities, on-site services and physical collections

June 1, 2020

The University Libraries deans are providing updates on how you can get what you need from the libraries in the near term.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: CU Boulder to welcome students back to campus for a COVID-19-ready fall semester

May 26, 2020

Our Road Map to Fall 2020 calls for classes beginning as scheduled on Aug. 24 and finishing remotely after Thanksgiving break. It prioritizes health and safety considerations required to minimize risk and enable an on-campus academic model that accommodates both in-person and remote learning.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Celebrating the class of 2020; Fall planning updates

May 15, 2020

Please join me in celebrating the great accomplishments of our more than 6,500 graduates. Also, I'd like to provide updates on our fall planning, including information on our no-increase tuition recommendation, phased return to on-campus research and more.

Dean Scott Adler

From Dean Adler: Congratulations to our May 2020 graduates

May 8, 2020

I want to take this opportunity to personally congratulate all of our professional, master’s and doctoral students receiving degrees. The Graduate School is extremely proud of all you’ve accomplished.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Fall planning ideas and operational updates, including more leadership furloughs

May 8, 2020

As we consider when and how we return to campus, it’s important for us to emphasize that the primary consideration will be the health and safety of our campus community members, particularly those who are most vulnerable.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Fall planning, Augmester, fiscal plans

May 1, 2020

I’d like to share some substantive progress in our plans to deliver an innovative, COVID-19-ready campus experience for fall 2020 and beyond.

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