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Finals guide to the libraries: Care kits, study spaces, research help, more

April 19, 2024

Whether you have a tough final research paper or need to dial your stress meter down a few notches, the University Libraries have everything you need to help you succeed through finals.

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Prepare for Fall Welcome, move-in 2024

April 16, 2024

Plans are already underway to welcome our new class of students this fall. Fall Welcome occurs Aug. 18–Sept. 7. Faculty and staff play an essential role helping make this time on campus smooth. Here’s what you need to know to prepare.

Beta Gamma Nu fraternity brothers

4 things to know about Multicultural Greek Council’s newest fraternity

April 16, 2024

The Multicultural Greek Council continues to expand at CU Boulder. Fraternity & Sorority Life has welcomed the council’s seventh organization and third fraternity—Beta Gamma Nu Fraternity, Inc.

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Breaking financial barriers: CU Boulder’s commitment to community well-being

April 1, 2024

With financial strains and personal challenges in college, some students face hurdles in pursuing their academic and well-being goals. Discover how initiatives like CU Boulder's You Belong Here and Victim Support funds provide vital financial assistance and foster a supportive environment for students.

Hellems building

5 ways the Hellems renovation is reducing the building’s environmental impact

March 26, 2024

The Hellems Arts and Sciences building renovation is underway, and the project includes multiple aspects designed to reduce the building’s environmental impact.

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Tips for a low-key spring break

March 20, 2024

While it may seem like everyone around you is taking exciting spring break trips, many students will stay in Boulder or visit family. Here are a few tips to make the most of your spring break if you don’t have a vacation planned.

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What to do if you get in trouble

March 18, 2024

CU Boulder has resources to help students navigate challenging situations and grow from their experiences. Here are positive steps you can take if you find yourself in trouble.

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Partying smart? Test your knowledge

March 14, 2024

Do you know the most common reason police are called to off-campus houses or apartments? Or the best way to avoid a citation when hosting parties or hangouts? Test your off-campus party knowledge with this quiz.

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3 reasons to register your next party

March 6, 2024

Whether you are having a few friends stop by or plan to have a larger event, party registration can help limit your chances of receiving a noise or nuisance ticket. Check out other reasons to register your next party.

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Feeling stuck? The Ombuds team has your back

March 5, 2024

Life on campus is awesome but let’s be real, stuff happens. From academic issues to interpersonal disputes and bureaucratic pitfalls, navigating life can get messy. Don’t sweat it, though! You have a secret weapon: the Ombuds Office.