Whether it's a significant other, roommate or family member, we all have to put in the time and effort to keep these relationships working well. Consider how these keys to healthy relationships might apply to your life.
Finding a new home can be exciting and also overwhelming. As a member of the CU community, there are resources to assist you on campus both before and during your search. Click through for some house hunting tips and strategies.
The CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC) recently hosted over 185 college students in recovery at the first-ever national Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) Skiathon to connect with each other and enjoy an epic adventure in the Colorado Rockies.
On Feb. 14, BuffsUnited will host Engaged Citizenship: A Teach-In, where faculty from across the campus will speak on a variety of issues including immigration law, free speech, government speech, the responsibility of the media, historical and contemporary racism, and environmental protections.
Learn, build and share with other students at T9Hacks, a hackathon event for women. Participants collaborate and race to create the next great software project in this free, overnight event. No prior programming experience required!
Josh Edelmann finished his six years of service with the U.S. Air Force and enrolled as an undergraduate student at CU Boulder last fall. He wanted to find a sense of camaraderie with his peers at the university that felt similar to what he experienced during his years in the military.
Free CAPS workshops
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) offers a variety of free workshops and groups. Topics include overcoming procrastination and low motivation, stress management, guided meditation and more.