Apply today to work on exciting projects in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Studio Lab provides top-notch, experiential learning for undergraduate students at CU. Students are matched with projects from faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences, and are paid to work on these projects for about 5 hours/week.

The undergraduate student application is here. All undergraduates at CU Boulder are welcome to apply.

The mentor application is here. Mentors who are eligible to apply include those in the College of Arts & Sciences who are tenure track faculty, teaching faculty, instructors, and researchers at the Institute of Behavioral Science. Ph.D. candidates may apply, but must first be nominated by their primary adivsor using the mentor application form.

We will prioritize applications that are received by Friday,April 5, 2024.

Decisions will be announced before the end of the spring 2024 semester.

Why should I apply?

  • For students, this is an excellent opportunity to work with faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences on a wide range of projects. We also hold social events, educational events, and a big end of year poster session extravaganza where you present about your Studio Lab project.
  • For faculty, this is a chance to work with AMAZING students at no cost to you.

Questions? Email the Studio Lab director,  Dr. Sarah Wilson Sokhey (

Download: 2024-25 Studio Lab Flyer