Graduate students, mark your calendars for these approaching graduation deadlines Oct. 1–2.
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Campus construction on Regent Drive may cause delays to Buff busses between Sept. 25 and Nov. 3. Please plan accordingly, as you may need to leave early to arrive on time.
Starting Oct. 1, Adobe Express will no longer be included with Creative Cloud Shared Device Access for Higher Education. Those who access Adobe Express through this method should save their projects to another account before Oct. 1.
CU NightRide is a student-operated program dedicated to meeting the safety needs of CU students, faculty and staff by providing nighttime transportation to support a safe academic and socially responsible environment, both on campus and in the community.
CU NightRide is hiring driver/dispatchers to take calls, coordinate rides and drive within the city of Boulder. We’re looking for students who are confident and safe behind the wheel, friendly, courteous, non-judgmental, caring and skilled at multitasking.
Driver/dispatcher (Student Assistant I)
- $16 per hour, 10–20 hours/week
- Flexible schedule
- Growth opportunities
- Listen to your own music
If you're located outside of Colorado and/or you won't be on campus while taking classes, it's important for us to know where you are so we can make sure you're getting equitable access to educational opportunities.
As a reminder, building access hours are changing starting Sunday, Sept. 24. Most academic buildings with scheduled classes will be open and unlocked between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, to allow non-affiliates access to scheduled events and other activities.
CU affiliates needing special access to a specific building are asked to contact their building proctors, C-CURE operators or department chairs to request the authorization/access needed on their Buff OneCards.
Full information and FAQs can be found on the campus building access page. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Andrew Kosinuk at the CU Police Department at email@example.com.
Stop by any University Libraries location to grab a bingo card. Then return your filled-out card to enter to win prizes.
The Basic Needs Center works in partnership with Student Support and Case Management to help you access the essential resources you need. The Basic Needs Center can connect you to on- and off-campus food resources, emergency housing resources and additional wellness services to support your unique needs.
Student Fan of the Game nominations are now open! One student will be chosen before the home football game as that matchup's Student Fan of the Game. The student chosen will be announced at the new tailgate tradition, the Student Gameday Huddle, win a prize and be featured on the Folsom Field scoreboards during the game.
Self-nominate or nominate a friend by Sept. 27 to be named the CU vs. USC Student Fan of the Game.
Maintenance on Wi-Fi networks will cause outages in some campus buildings between 6:30 and 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Learn which buildings will be affected.
The Center for Teaching & Learning and ASSETT team is thrilled to introduce you to our upcoming events and to invite you to be a part of our community by signing up for our monthly newsletter.
We have an extensive lineup of teaching- and learning-related events planned for the coming months, from thought-provoking seminars to hands-on workshops. Our events are designed to offer practical suggestions for improving student learning that you can incorporate into your classes.
In addition, the CTL and ASSETT strive to bring together CU educators spanning diverse roles, backgrounds and levels of teaching experience. Whether you are preparing to teach a course at CU for the first time or have taught at CU for decades, we would love to see you!
Our newsletter offers timely teaching strategies and resources, as well as details on upcoming events. View our September 2023 edition here, and subscribe to receive our newsletter in your inbox each month.
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Reminder: Interested doctoral students must register by Sept. 25 to participate in the signature Three Minute Thesis event—an academic competition that challenges students to summarize their theses in three minutes for a general audience and panel of judges.
Enterprise database maintenance on Saturday, Sept. 23, will cause two 5- to 15-minute outages, between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. for many campus services including MyCUInfo, Buff Portal, Canvas and more.
RTD’s Zero Fare for Youth pilot runs from Sept. 1, 2023, through Aug. 31, 2024. Students who are 19 or under during the fall semester can apply by Nov. 1 to have their CU Transit Pass fee waived.
Undergraduate students: Apply now to become part of the Boulder-CU Leadership Program, which connects CU students invested in their own leadership development with leaders in the local Boulder community. The program runs from October through April each academic year. If you have any questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.