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.

Graduate School Dean Scott Adler

From Dean Adler: Checking in, entering the spring semester homestretch

April 27, 2020

We recently reached out to you with information about adjustments to the spring 2020 semester, along with easing registration requirements for some students. We will continue to communicate as more information becomes available.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Our planning process for fall 2020

April 24, 2020

I hope this message finds you and yours safe and well. I want to begin with a reminder of our continuing need to maintain social distancing and to stick with our existing remote learning and working model as our leadership team engages in a structured and thoughtful approach for our transition back to campus.

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Akirah Bradley

From Interim Vice Chancellor Bradley: Financial assistance, finals support and more

April 22, 2020

While this past month has been stressful and disrupting for many of us, the end of the semester is in sight and you are almost done. I’ll be honest—this isn’t the way any of us anticipated the spring semester ending. These may be challenging times, but you aren’t alone and we are here to help you finish strong—wherever you may be.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Happy 50th birthday to the Environmental Center

April 22, 2020

We were both a lot younger when I started teaching at CU 46 years ago. Now we are both older—and greener. The Environmental Center celebrates its 50th anniversary today as the nation’s first student-led environmental center, founded on the first Earth Day in 1970.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Next steps in our planning for fall semester

April 17, 2020

I want to share an update on our planning for fall semester. Our intention this fall, as much as circumstances will allow, is to resume our in-person, residential campus experience in a modified form that enables social distancing and mitigates COVID-19 health risks.

Provost Russell Moore

From Provost Moore: Pass/fail restrictions lifted for spring 2020 semester

March 26, 2020

To ensure students’ success during this stressful time, I am announcing that CU Boulder will lift restrictions on pass/fail credits for all majors and all degrees (other than Law) for spring semester 2020.

Provost Russell Moore

From Provost Moore: Maymester and most summer sessions to occur remotely

March 24, 2020

I know students, faculty and staff alike are wondering about Maymester and our summer sessions. With the concurrence of leadership, most will occur remotely.

Philip P. DiStefano, CU Boulder chancellor

From the Chancellor: Canceling in-person spring commencement activities

March 17, 2020

As with many institutions across the country, it is with great regret that we are announcing the cancellation of our in-person commencement on May 7, as well as all college, school and department-based recognition ceremonies, due to COVID-19.

Phil DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Additional guidance on housing, operations

March 16, 2020

As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop quickly, I want to assure you that the health and safety of all of our community members is our top priority.

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