Events

Monday, April 29

Deadline for fully approved expense reports

Deadline for fully approved expense reports

Fall 2019 Petitions Accepted for Colorado Residency

Petitions are accepted from April 1 through July 24, 2019, at 4:30 p.m. See Tuition Classification.

Fall 2019 Registration for Current Degree-Seeking Undergraduates (By Assignment)

Assigned enrollment dates run from April 1 through April 28; view yours in MyCUInfo, then search for classes. Registration remains open through June 14; the...

Fall 2019 Registration for New & Readmitted Graduate Students

From April 29 through Aug. 21, check your enrollment dates in MyCUInfo, then search for classes.

Fall 2019 Registration for Readmitted Undergraduates

From April 29 through June 14, check your enrollment dates in MyCUInfo, then search for classes. The schedule adjustment period is Aug. 12–16.

Fall 2019 Special Session Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 18 through Aug. 16, in-state students who withdraw from a special session may be eligible for a refund of tuition and fees if they withdraw from...

Fall 2019 Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 18 through Aug. 16, continuing students who drop all Main Campus classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Spring 2019 Instructor Assignment Deadline (5 p.m.)

All faculty, instructors, TAs, etc., must be correctly assigned to their classes in Campus Solutions by 5 p.m., or they will not have access to their grade...

Summer 2019 Augmester Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through Aug. 6, continuing students who drop their Augmester class are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Summer 2019 Maymester Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through May 14, continuing students who drop their Maymester class are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Summer 2019 Petitions Accepted for Colorado Residency

Petitions are accepted from April 1 through May 10, 2019, at 4:30 p.m. See Tuition Classification.

Summer 2019 Session A Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through June 6, continuing students who drop all Session A classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Summer 2019 Session B Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through July 12, continuing students who drop all Session B classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Summer 2019 Session BS1 Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through May 31, continuing students who drop all Session BS1 classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Summer 2019 Session BS2 Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through July 11, continuing students who drop all Session BS2 classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Summer 2019 Session C Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through June 10, continuing students who drop all Session C classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Summer 2019 Session D (900–999) Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through July 12, continuing students who drop all Session D (900–999) classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and...

Summer 2019 Session D Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund

From March 6 through June 12, continuing students who drop all Session D classes are eligible for a full refund of their tuition, fees and confirmation...

Donut Cheat

Stop by for a free donut on your way to class.

Academic Futures Town Hall

An Academic Futures town hall to discuss progress, answer questions and take input from the community.

Graduation Green Cord pick up

Are you graduating or do you know someone graduating in May? Take the CU Graduation Pledge of Social & Environmental Responsibility and pick up an optional...

Inclusion and High-Impact Practices in the Student Workplace with the CU Peak Program

Join ODECE in a conversation about how to make high-impact practices a more lived component of student employment and how small conversations can lead to a...

Web Express Open Lab

Open labs are a great opportunity for you to ask any specific questions about your site, work one-on-one with us on how to use any of the features, or to...

IPHY Colloquium: Graduate Student Presentations

Alivia Blumenstein - Combined effects of sleep and circadian disruption on inflammation Ryan Alcantara - Sacral accelerations predict whole body and stride...

Statistics in Python: Building Neural Networks with Keras

Neural networks are becoming an increasingly important tool in machine learning. In this short course, we demonstrate how to rapidly prototype an artificial...

Financial Futures Town Hall

Financial Futures has wrapped up its first wave of project development and will share results with faculty, staff and students at town halls. Come hear about...

Kaffeestunde (German Coffee Hour) Spring 2019

Join us for coffee, snacks and German conversation!

Lignetics Office Hours

Learn what Lignetics, based down the road in Louisville, is doing to turn wood waste material into high-value consumer products. We're developing new,...

Write In

Join a community of peers and tutors for an evening of writing, editing, and snacking. Open to anyone with a writing project. No RSVP needed. Presented by...

Biophysics Supergroup

PRESENTERS: Falke & Fox Labs INTRODUCERS: Leah Damon & Jon Markert LIQUID REFRESHMENTS: Hough & Luger PIZZA: Will be provided

Organic Seminar: Graham Dobereiner, Temple University

Title: Acid additives in organotransition metal chemistry External additives (such as Bronsted or Lewis acids and bases) can boost catalytic output or tune...

Professor Pierre Savy - "Jews as Political Actors? Minorities and Political Processes in Pre-Modern Italy"

The CU Mediterranean Studies Group and co-sponsors welcome Professor Pierre Savy (École française de Rome: Section Moyen Âge/ Medieval History: Université de...

Experimental Criticism Panel

A panel discussion featuring: Jackie Wang Jackie Wang is s a student of the dream state, black studies scholar, prison abolitionist, poet, filmmaker,...

YOU'RE@CU Research Symposium

Join us to learn about our program and the wide range of projects that our students have been working on all semester. These include projects related to...

Professionalism - Make or Break your Application

How you present and conduct yourself during the application process is critically important. Learn strategies to ensure you put your best foot forward!

Intro to Outdoor Soft Goods: Packable Hammock - Part 1

Sew a personalized packable hammock for a fraction of what it would cost to buy one! 32-foot seatbelt rigging is included. Meet at the Idea Forge Commons...

Star Wars Trivia Night

Join The Connection for Trivia Night. This week, test your knowledge of everything from the Star Wars universe! Free to enter. Teams and individuals...

Trivia Night

Join The Connection on Mondays for Trivia Night. Test your knowledge of everything from celebrities to sports to history and more! Free to enter! Teams and...

Takács Quartet: Haydn, Bartók and Beethoven

The Grammy Award-winning string quartet has been moving audiences and selling out concerts at CU Boulder for more than three decades. Their irresistible...

Monday, April 29