Each year New Student and Family Programs hosts a Graduate Student Orientation for all incoming graduate and professional students. UGGS also hosts a Graduate Student Social to provide all graduate students (continuing and new) the chance to foster friendships and celebrate the new year together.
The Graduate School warmly welcomes all new students and offers detailed assistance, including a comprehensive list of tasks to complete prior to arrival on campus or during the first year.
Find information about graduation requirements, Graduate School policies, and various scholarships and fellowships available to graduate and professional students.
Access the University of Colorado's nationally recognized Graduate Teacher Program, which hosts teaching workshops and provides professional development opportunities throughout the year.
The Research & Innovation Office facilitates collaborations across campus and between CU and industry leaders. The office assists in the commercialization of research products and ensures CU researchers at all levels comply with federal, state and local statutes.
The Office of Financial Aid helps graduate and undergraduate students understand and establish financial aid (e.g. grants and loans) to pay for their education at CU.