Buffalo sculpture on campus, blue sky with sun peeking through faint clouds in the background.

Graduate students provide feedback through SERU survey

Feb. 3, 2022

A spring 2021 survey shows CU Boulder graduate students are highly satisfied with the education and advising they receive. Also, many report pandemic-related anxiety.

A view of a burned neighborhood in Superior

After the fire: A look at the Marshall Fire’s community impact

Jan. 13, 2022

In the Marshall Fire, approximately 155 homes of CU Boulder community members were damaged or destroyed. A dozen CU police officers helped evacuate the area. Tens of thousands of dollars went into the faculty, staff and student emergency funds. Learn about the impacts––by the numbers.

Colorado State Capitol building

Coloradans still deeply divided over COVID policies, election legitimacy, survey shows

Jan. 4, 2022

Nearly 85% of Colorado Democrats approved of some form of mask mandates in the state, according to a recently released survey on the state of politics in 2021. Only 21% of Republicans agreed.

Student voting in the UMC

Student voting skyrocketed at CU Boulder, nationwide in 2020

Nov. 2, 2021

Student voting on campus increased a whopping 12.7 percentage points in last year’s presidential election, rising to 80.3% of eligible students in 2020 from 67.6% in 2016 and surpassing the university’s national peers.

Students sit outside

By the Numbers: CU Boulder sees success from affordability efforts, welcomes most diverse freshman class

Sept. 14, 2018

SVC and CFO Kelly Fox credits record applications and enrollment numbers in part to the campus's efforts to make achieving a college degree more affordable, especially for residents.

The Cell Culture Facility in the Jennie Smoley Caruthers Biotech Building

By the Numbers: CU Green Labs case study shows shared lab saves big

April 12, 2018

A shared laboratory on campus is saving hundreds of thousands annually and reaping collaborative and environmental benefits.