A snapshot of the new campus map.

New campus map takes wayfinding to the next level

July 27, 2017

About the new campus map, some are saying, "Wow!" Experience it for yourself. Need to know details beyond building locations, like wheelchair-accessible routes, dining locations, bike- and car-share sites and more? We've got you covered.

Volunteer Headquarters during move-in 2015

Faculty, staff volunteers needed for Fall Welcome

July 25, 2017

Join the tradition of welcoming students and families to CU Boulder by volunteering for Fall Welcome. Opportunities include helping students move in, navigate campus, engage in signature events and more.

Larry Levine and Mary Kraus

Future learning management system selected for ease, intuitiveness

July 25, 2017

The Learning Management System Evaluation and Selection Initiative is complete. Canvas by Instructure has been selected as the system to best meet CU Boulder's teaching, learning and administrative needs.

Classroom at CU South Denver

Tuition benefit for dependents expands to all 4 campuses

July 20, 2017

Have a dependent who attends or would like to attend CU? Starting fall 2017, dependents of eligible CU Boulder employees can receive up to $2,430 toward tuition at any CU campus.

Lynn R Wolfe

Faculty in Focus: Work still beckons soon-to-be centenarian artist

July 18, 2017

The Art and Art History Department is celebrating the life, work and hundredth birthday of one of its formative faculty members, Lynn R. Wolfe. An exhibition of Wolfe's work runs through Aug. 31.

sabrina spencer

Faculty in Focus: Cracking the cellular code

July 18, 2017

A leading researcher in quantitative biology, Assistant Professor Sabrina Spencer has made a name for herself in her field through hard work and a dynamic view on cellular research.

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

A culture of collaboration: Moving us beyond compliance

July 13, 2017

I am asking the campus to take a collaborative and integrated approach as we work to break down silos and ensure good training related to the university’s response to sexual assault and intimate partner abuse.

Group class during 2016 Diversity Summit

Expand your knowledge with employee learning programs

July 3, 2017

Human Resources is offering events throughout July covering a variety of topics, from intercultural competence to the new employee experience, emotional intelligence and more.

a glacier in Antarctica

Black carbon persists in snow and ice around the world

June 30, 2017

A new INSTAAR study shows significant amounts of dissolved black carbon can persist in both pristine and non-pristine areas of snow around the world.

Professor David Clough

Honoring the esteemed career of Professor David Clough

June 29, 2017

The College of Engineering & Applied Science is celebrating the retirement of David Clough with shared memories of his 42-year career and the creation of an endowed faculty fund in his name.