Events

Thursday, February 13

Hearts for Art!

Join us for our annual in-gallery activity leading up to Valentine's Day, Hearts for Art! Step 1: Pick up a single heart and hold it close until you’re...

Mary Mattingly: Last Library

Mary Mattingly is the CU Art Museum’s 2020 artist-in-residence. In her artwork, Mattingly combines Earth sciences, ecology and utopian ideas to communicate...

Persuasive Prints

Prints from the CU Art Museum’s collection demonstrate how artists and printmakers combine image, text and technique to persuade viewers. Curated by graduate...

Registrar

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...

Registrar

From Jan. 17 through Feb. 13, students who drop all classes in 5-Wk Session 1 are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and W grades...

Registrar

After Jan. 21, students who drop an 8-Wk Session 1 class but remain enrolled in the session are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund),...

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See Retake a Course for Grade Replacement.

Spring 2020 Tuition & Fee Bill Available Online

Spring 2020 tuition and fee bills are available online. View and pay your bill in the student portal (for students) or CUBill&Pay (for authorized payers).

Time Collection Due For On-Campus Student Employees

All time information must be entered and approved into the CU payroll system by noon on each Time Collection due date. If you miss a deadline your...

Twentieth Annual Thompson Awards for Western American Writing

Seven $500 prizes will be awarded to CU Boulder Students in the Spring of 2020 for writings on Western American topics. We invite submissions from graduate...

 TIAA One-on-One Financial Consultation

TIAA One-on-One Financial Consultation CU employees are eligible to meet with financial professionals from the university’s retirement plan service provider...

Impactful Women: Natural Food Leader Panel

Join us for a panel discussion with local innovators, entrepreneurs, change makers and leaders. They’ll discuss opportunities, lessons learned and challenges...

Thursday Write-In

​​​​​​Having trouble making dedicated time for your writing? Join other graduate students in this coffee-house style setting dedicated to staying focused and...

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...

SAHR Cornerstone: Opening Evaluation Plan

This training course will walk supervisors through the Cornerstone portal and how to create goals for their university staff employees for the February...

Staff Council Speaker Series: Flexible Work Arrangements (2nd Offering)

Due to the overwhelming attendance at our first Flexible Work Arrangements Speaker Series, we have decided to offer it a second time in a much larger venue...

Vail Resorts Management Office Hours

Come talk with representatives from Vail Resorts to learn more about Summer 2020 internship opportunities. Stop by Vail Resorts office hours on 2/13/20 to...

Condensed Matter Seminar: "Multipole gauge theory and fracton order"

Speaker: Andrey Gromov, Brown University Room G126 Gromov will describe an effective field theory approach to the fracton order. The effective theory is...

LISA Statistics Walk-in Hours

Domain problem consultation and solutions to statistical issues.

Staff Council Speaker Series: Make a Difference on Staff Council

When: Thursday, February 13th Where: UMC 425 Time: Noon - 1:00 p.m.* Are you ready to make a real difference on campus? Then become a Boulder Staff Council...

Bike Registration, Repair, and Lock Swaps

Join the CU Bike Program to register your bike on campus, get your bike repaired, and swap out your existing lock for a high quality U-lock.

Two people talking

Let’s Talk is a free service where CU Boulder students can stop by for an informal and confidential consultation with a counselor. No appointment is...

Intro to QGIS

If you’re curious about the world of free and open source GIS software, it’s time to give QGIS a try. QGIS is a premier GIS desktop software application that...

Women of Color Yoga: Inclusive Rec

This will be a Vinyasa Flow Yoga class which incorporates all levels of experience for participants. Recognizing that women of color are underrepresented...

3D Printing Workshop

Learn the basics of using a Lulzbot 3D Printer. After completing this workshop, you will have access to the Idea Forge 3D printers.

MIG Welding Workshop

MIG welding workshops are approximately two hours long and cover shop safety and etiquette, machine set up, material preparation, butt/ lap/ fillet/ corner...

Undergraduate International Students: How to Build Your Resume

Are you unsure what to include on your resume or think you don't have anything to put on your resume? In this workshop we'll go over what types of...

CompSci Colloquium: Adam Bouland on "Theoretical computer science at the quantum crossroads"

ABSTRACT: The first demonstration of quantum supremacy in October 2019 was a major achievement of experimental physics. At the same time, it relied on...

Listening, Reading, and Seeing Latinx Youth’s Testimonios:  Imaginative Manifestations of Hope and Resistance

Join us for a talk with Paty Abril-Gonzalez, assistant professor at University of Texas at Austin and visiting Miramontes Scholars Program mentor. Talk...

Thursday Seminar

Featuring Dr. Phil Zamore from UMASS HHMI. Each Thursday an invited guest shares their research.

WOAA Meeting

The purpose of the Society of Women in Space Exploration is to create a community for women interested in space exploration. We will produce a safe and...

Ralphie's Cooking Basics

Join your fellow students to learn basic cooking techniques! Hosted by the Center for Student Involvement, this free cooking class is taught on Thursdays on...

Zen Meditation

Interested in learning to meditate? Looking to unwind at the end of a busy day? Already have a practice and hoping to find others who share your passion for...

Intro to Industrial Sewing Machines

NOTE: Prerequisite = attend Intro to Sewing Learn how to use an industrial sewing machine (Sailrite SLZ-1 portable zig zag walking foot machine) and related...

NSBE Meeting

Our mission—to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the...

 CommRAP: From Suffrage to Shelby: An Intersectional Analysis of Voting Rights in the United States

In recognition of the 100th year since woman’s suffrage in the U.S., Dr. Celeste Montoya's talk will examine how the right to vote is still far from...

Canvas Tote Workshop

Sew your own durable custom canvas tote (approx. 5 in. x 12 in. x 15 in. tall.) We have a range of colors (all of these and most of these) to choose from....

Mesa Verde: Current Questions and Debates in the Discipline of Southwest Archaeology

Explore the ongoing questions and debates about Mesa Verde in the field of Southwest Archaeology. What is the significance of Mesa Verde to descendant...

Update from Juno: Love Letters from Jupiter

Join Dr. Fran Bagenal as she takes us on a journey to Jupiter with NASA’s Juno spacecraft. We’ll learn the latest news this mission is telling us about the...

Concert Jazz Ensemble and Jazz II Big Bands: Spotlighting women composers in jazz

The Concert Jazz Ensemble, the Thompson Jazz Studies Program’s premier ensemble, performs music from the rich legacy of big band music, from its early swing...

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee: The musical by Finn, Sheinkin and Feldman

Music and Lyrics by William Finn Book by Rachel Sheinkin Conceived by Rebecca Feldman Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, "The...

The Popular Mechanicals: A play by Robinson, Taylor and Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s greatest clowns—the popular mechanicals from "A Midsummer Night’s Dream"—take center stage in a riotously funny imagining of life behind the...

Thursday, February 13