Students helping during move in day

CU Boulder soon to be abuzz with move-in and Fall Welcome activities

Aug. 11, 2016

Campus is a hive of activity as thousands of new and returning students arrive and prepare for the launch of a new academic year. Learn about parking impacts, Fall Welcome events, volunteer opportunities and more.Read more »
Students helping at move in day

Countdown to Move-In for Fall 2016

July 26, 2016

This Saturday, the Class of 2020 began their 30-day countdown to the start of their college careers… which means it is only three weeks until Move-In 2016. Have you made your plans for this year’s event?Read more »

Explore learning and wellness opportunities for employees

June 13, 2016

Registration is open for summer workshops and seminars with topics ranging from identity theft to realizing top talents. All offerings are free and open to CU-Boulder employees.Read more »
 Vice President Joe Biden

Energetic student crowd embraces VP Biden, ‘It’s On Us’ campaign to end sexual violence

April 8, 2016

An engaged crowd of 1,500 - mostly students – were in attendance at the CU Recreation Center Friday afternoon to listen to Vice President Joe Biden talk about the importance of involving all members of a campus community in curbing sex assault and supporting victims.Read more »
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Campus and city police to step up enforcement of city's crosswalk laws

April 8, 2016

University of Colorado Boulder and city of Boulder police will step up enforcement of the city’s traffic laws in and around several of Boulder’s top locations for motor vehicle collisions involving a bicyclist or pedestrian beginning Monday, April 11. As part of the Heads Up Boulder crosswalk safety campaign, officers from the two departments will be at select intersections around the CU campus to give out warnings and issue tickets.Read more »
Map highlighting Zika virus-affected areas in Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America

Traveling south for spring break? Tips to protect yourself against Zika virus

March 9, 2016

Students planning spring break trips to warm climates outside the United States, including Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America, should be aware that they are traveling to Zika virus-affected areas and are encouraged to take precautions.Read more »
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St. Patrick's Day Weekend

March 7, 2016

As St. Patrick's Day approaches, we'd like to encourage everyone to celebrate responsibly.Read more »
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Drug Take-Back Day, March 9

March 1, 2016

Reduce the risk of accidental exposure, drug misuse, and environmental contamination by participating in Drug Take-Back Day. Turn in unused or expired medication for safe disposal on Wednesday, March 9, at the Drug Take-Back Event hosted by Community Health, a division of Wardenburg Health Services and the CU Police Department.Read more »

February Eco-Tip: Water for the west and slow the flow

Feb. 25, 2016

Each month, CU-Boulder's Environmental Center provides eco-tips with the goal of promoting sustainable choices. February's topic is water use.Read more »
 Kelly Graziadei

Facebook executive and CU-Boulder alumnus Kelly Graziadei to give 2016 spring commencement address

Feb. 23, 2016

Facebook executive and CU-Boulder alumnus Kelly Graziadei will give the 2016 CU-Boulder spring commencement ceremony address on Saturday, May 7, at Folsom Field.Read more »