Events

Friday, October 1

2022-23 FAFSA Opens

Complete the 2022-23 FAFSA as soon as possible to be considered for the most financial aid.

Adolescents, Smartphones, and Social Media: Promoting Positive Relationships

A focus group will meet over Zoom, consisting of 30 to 40 females ages 11-14, and will provide a team of curriculum developers (teachers, community partners,...

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Check for unposted previous month journals to correct, approve or delete

Deadline to Begin Earning Work-Study

Deadline to begin earning fall work-study.

Doctoral Deadline to Apply Online to Graduate

Doctoral students must apply online to graduate through buff portal on the “apply for graduation” card in order to have the degree awarded in December. This...

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Undergraduate BAM students are also encouraged to apply to graduate by this date. See Pursue BAM or Concurrent Degrees.

Masters Deadline to Apply Online to Graduate

Master's students must apply online to graduate through buff portal on the “apply for graduation” card in order to have the degree awarded in December. This...

Pay Day for Student Employees

View important payroll dates online.

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Course proposals that are received in the Academic Scheduling workflow queue (PeopleSoft step) between July 1 and Oct. 1 will be: - Available for inclusion...

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From Sept. 27 through Oct. 1, departments have access to swap classrooms, cancel classes, fix associated class numbers, and add instructor information to...

Virtual Exhibit -- Ross Sea: The Last Ocean (in English and Spanish)

The Ross Sea Antarctica is the last ocean frontier not yet irreversibly harmed by human activity. Pollution, invasive species and overfishing rendered the...

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The domicile qualifying date was Jan. 9, 2021. Submit your petition between Oct. 1 and Dec. 17, 2021. See Tuition Classification for Current Students.

Radical Open Access: Experiments in (Post-)Publishing Symposium

Featuring speakers at the forefront of opensource arts, the Radical Open Access symposium will question the current corporatized systems of academic...

Blood Donor

The Inclusive Practices for Blood Donations (IPBD) Committee is a special committee voted in by the Council on November 11, 2020. This commitee was formed to...

10am
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русский чай! Join us to practice your listening and speaking skills at the Russian Conversation Table, hosted by ALTEC and the Germanic and Slavic Languages...

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Kate Petley: Staring into the Fire brings together a new body of work composed of abstract photographs and works on canvas. Petley’s will to transform and...

A closeup of an anatomical illustration.

How does Hydrogen Man, a woodcut made by Leonard Baskin in 1954, relate to an illustration of the circulatory system from Andreas Vesailus’ 1555 anatomical...

Photo of a pink, glass human skull.

Tim Whiten: Tools of Conveyance surveys 40 years of Whiten’s works on paper and objects related to his mark making practice. His pictorial language of...

CU students at spirit days

This fall, join the Herd Leadership Council to celebrate CU pride and traditions at Spirit Days on the Quad. Swing by for free food and gear, stay to play...

Getting the Mentoring You Need

With Tahra Eissa, Research Associate, Applied Math In this interactive seminar, we will focus on mentorship, including how to find mentor(s), building...

12pm
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ICS Colloquium: Priya Driscoll, PhD, Mills College

Title: Language, culture, and technology in children’s learning across social contexts Presenter: Early Childhood Education Department Chair, Holland...

Photo of two small stacks of rocks.

You are invited to this weekly hybrid workshop to learn about a work of art and then participate in a related mindfulness practice. You are welcome to join...

Spring Environmental Engineering Seminar Series - Marina Vance

Speaker: Professor Marina Vance, University of Colorado Boulder Title of Seminar: Indoor Particulate Matter from Everyday Activities - Insights from the...

Farm to Market Trek

Explore local careers in sustainable supply chain through a guided tour of Northern Feed and Bean, Since 1952, Northern Feed and Bean has been serving bean...

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Do a graphic novel scavenger hunt and check out some new German graphic novels at the HIVE (the foreign language lounge at Hellems).

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ALTEC is offering free German tutoring to undergraduate students at CU Boulder. Tutoring sessions last 25-minutes and are offered in-person in The HIVE...

Career fair

Come learn about the application process for the Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) from Disability Services and Career Services. This presentation is open...

3pm
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Jill Harrison: From the Inside Out: The Fight for Environmental Justice within Government

Professor Jill Harrison Associate Professor of Sociology University of Colorado Boulder In this presentation, Harrison will present key findings from her...

Bring Your Own Gender: Group Interest Meeting

Learn more about the Bring Your Own Gender student group, which offers a social space and support for trans and nonbinary students. We'll answer any...

CMCI Student Club Open House

Looking to get involved in CMCI student organizations? All students are invited to attend the CMCI Student Club Open House from 4 to 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct....

CU on Friday

CU on Friday is all about bringing the CU community together. CU Boulder students, faculty and staff are invited to join us for this fun UMC tradition!

PCCP Seminar with Christopher Johnson

Physical Chemistry/Chemical Physics Seminar with Christopher Johnson of Stony Brook University: "Probing the Electronic Structure of Ligand-Protected Metal...

4pm
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Applied Mathematics Colloquium: Margaret Cheney

Margaret Cheney, Department of Mathematics at Colorado State University, will talk, "Passive Source Localization" This talk introduces the problem of...

4:10pm
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Radio 1190: Street Team Meeting

Tune to—and volunteer for—CU Boulder’s Radio 1190/KVCU to learn more about the music and radio business! Students can volunteer for a variety of teams and...

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Every Friday, our graduate students present the latest on their research.

Zumba: Free Friday Power Hour

Join the Rec Center for a free Zumba class! A dance fitness class that incorporates great music with dance movements for a dynamic and exciting fitness...

Extreme Bowling

Friday and Saturday nights, from 7 p.m. to close. Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It’s the ONLY Extreme...

Volleyball vs. Oregon

Colorado volleyball will be at home versus Oregon

BM/MT Freshman Theatre Lab Presentation

Join us in introducing our freshman cohort to the Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre degree program. These talented students will perform the songs that...

Climate Cabaret: A cabaret of short plays and songs on climate

Enacting climate is in the spotlight. CU Theatre & Dance partners with Climate Change Theatre Action 2021 in New York City to produce ten brief climate plays...

Student Recitals: October Undergraduate, Master's and Doctoral musician recitals

The stars of tomorrow are on stage today at CU Boulder. The students of the College of Music present works old and new for their degree-qualifying recitals....

7:30pm
Program Council Film Series

Join Program Council for free movie screenings! Oct. 8: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Oct. 15: The Conjuring Oct. 22: Halloween (2018) Oct. 29:...

SBO Public Open Houses

Join us at the OBSERVATORY for FREE views through our TELESCOPES! Hosted by APS Graduate students. FREE and available to all audiences and ages. Pondering...

Disco Inferno Silent Disco Dance Party

Hosted by Health Promotion in partnership with Silent Dance Addiction. Dress up and get ready to dance at this silent disco. Costumes encouraged. Food and...

Friday, October 1