A Protect Our Herd–face covering required sign at the entrance of Farrand Field

COVID-19 campus updates: Jan. 20 issue

Jan. 20, 2022

With in-person instruction resuming Jan. 24, learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine booster requirement; updated mask recommendations and distribution; and how to stay in compliance with state, federal, contractor or business requirements when working at a different location.

Aerial view of one of the neighborhoods burned by the Marshall Fire.

CU Boulder responds to impacts of devastating fires, high winds and cold snap

Jan. 3, 2022

Hundreds of faculty, staff and students have been impacted by the Marshall Fire, extreme weather and surging spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Chip jumping in the snow

Tips for celebrating safely

Dec. 15, 2021

Ready to celebrate the end of a long semester? If you choose to drink or use other substances, here are some things to keep in mind.

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Alert system test scheduled for Dec. 20: What to know about alerts

Dec. 9, 2021

Campus officials will conduct a noontime alerts test on Dec. 20. The test involves checking the university’s systems for sending text messages, emails, social media posts, computer desktop alerts and website announcements in the event of emergencies.

Classmates and instructors celebrate completion of the Our Community Listens training

CUPD strengthens communication skills through intensive 3-day training

Dec. 9, 2021

About a dozen CU police officers and staff members, along with several members of other police departments, learned how to be better listeners, approach confrontation in a more effective manner and better understand the impact of non-verbal communication in a recent course.

Darley South Towers

CUPD to host several law enforcement agencies for training Dec. 6–10

Nov. 30, 2021

If you see a large number of police officers in the Williams Village area Dec. 6–10, there’s no need to be alarmed. Police agencies from the region will be training together to respond to high-impact events.

Female CU Boulder police officers

CU Boulder paves way for Pac-12 schools to increase women in policing

Nov. 19, 2021

Other Pac-12 universities have followed the CU Police Department’s lead in signing the 30x30 pledge to advance the representation of women in policing nationwide.

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5 things everyone should know about sexual assault

Nov. 10, 2021

Sexual violence can have lasting impacts on individuals and communities. Here are five things everyone should know about sexual assault.

Snow on the CU Boulder campus

Be prepared for the next storm: What you need to know about delayed starts, closures, campus protocols

Nov. 3, 2021

During severe weather, it’s important to be prepared for adverse conditions on streets, sidewalks and multiuse paths caused by snow and ice. Also, extreme weather can sometimes lead to campus delays or closures.

Chief of Police Doreen Jokerst and Sgt. Eric Edford

CU sergeant awarded for bringing domestic violence lethality program to county

Nov. 3, 2021

Other local agencies are following suit in implementing the Lethality Assessment Program to better support and connect victims of intimate partner abuse to campus and community resources.

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