Events

Saturday, September 28

Coats for Colorado - Four Campuses United, Competing for a Cause!

Help make CU Boulder #1! Since 1982, Denver 7 News and Dependable Cleaners have teamed up to collect and distribute more than 2 million coats to individuals...

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From Sept. 26 through Oct. 15, students who drop all classes in 4-Wk Session 2 are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and W grades...

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From Aug. 17 through Oct. 21, students who drop all 4-Wk Session 3 classes are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee. See Special Sessions and Withdraw from...

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From Aug. 17 through Oct. 3, students who drop all 5-Wk Session 2 classes are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee. See Special Sessions and Withdraw from...

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From Sept. 4 through Oct. 15, students who drop all classes in 8-Wk Session 1 are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and W grades...

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From Aug. 17 through Oct. 24, students who drop all 8-Wk Session 2 classes are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee. See Special Sessions and Withdraw from...

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From Sept. 26 through Oct. 9, students who drop all Main Campus classes are required to pay 60 percent of tuition and fees (40 percent refund) and refund or...

Poveka: Master Potter Maria Martinez 

Now through October 20, the CU Museum of Natural History will feature a special selection of blackware pottery created by internationally renowned ceramic...

Colorado Alumni Career Change Bootcamp

Join us for a full-day workshop to help you develop the clarity and confidence you need to find a fulfilling career that fits you. The career change experts...

Colorado Classics Day

Colorado Classics Day brings scores of Latin students and teachers to campus from schools around the state for a day of fellowship, learning and fun.

CU Museum will BEE at Boulder's Pollinator Appreciation Festival!

September has been declared Pollinator Appreciation Month to encourage our community to celebrate our pollinators and take action to protect them. Visit the...

Art Elements: Materials, Motive and Meaning

Art Elements: Materials, Motive and Meaning presents an in-depth look at materials and techniques used to create artworks. Inspired by the research of...

Body Language: Picturing People 

This exhibition considers how the pose, the gesture and the body in motion are used by artists to convey meaning. Figural artworks from the CU Art Museum’s...

Yoga for Anxiety

Learn how to use yoga poses and breath work to calm down and find your center. By transferring focus and attention to the body and breath, yoga can help...

Colorado Springs: Avery Tap Takeover

Scholarship Fundraiser and Chapter Dinner: The Colorado Springs chapter is excited to announce that on September 28 at 12 noon, we will host our first-ever...

CU on the Weekend lecture: Jazz, Dada and the Music of Paris after World War I

In this CU on the Weekend lecture, music Professor Keith Waters will explore Parisian music after World War I. The music combined a wildly diverse range of...

Saturday Physics Series Lecture, "Rocky Mountain High: The Physics of Baseball at Elevation"

Presented by: Professor John Bohn Abstract: From the beginning, Coors Field has been tagged as a hitter’s ballpark, with home runs flying out at an...

A Human Interest Story: A play by Carlos Murillo

"A Human Interest Story (Or the Gory Details and All)" offers an explosive look at the media's portrayal of violence in a modern era. Nature documentaries,...

Distinguished Lecture in Archaeology - Edward Swenson

Imperial Expansion and Transformations in Gender Ideologies during the Andean Middle Horizon

A Human Interest Story: A play by Carlos Murillo

"A Human Interest Story (Or the Gory Details and All)" offers an explosive look at the media's portrayal of violence in a modern era. Nature documentaries,...

Saturday, September 28