We opened our doors on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1876. We were able to build Old Main, our first building, with donations from our generous community and land that was donated by three prominent Boulder residents.
Innovative academic programs, hands-on opportunities and rigorous course work will prepare you for a complex global society. While interacting with our faculty, which includes five Nobel laureates, eight MacArthur "Genius Grant" fellows, two U.S. Professors of the Year and four National Medal of Science winners, you'll develop a broad understanding of the world, strong leadership skills and an enhanced ability to think critically.
CU Boulder has a global reputation for outstanding teaching, research and creative work across more than 150 academic fields. Find a program based on your interests and talents.
Research at CU Boulder encompasses thousands of scholarly, scientific and creative endeavors at any given time, resulting in new knowledge, technologies and creative work that advance the economy, culture and health of Colorado, the nation and the world.
CU Boulder Career Services empowers students and alumni to become more employable and find meaningful work by being active participants in the career development process.
Our career development advisors can help you pick the right major and focus your goals for your future beyond CU Boulder.
Smaller versions of our career fairs that focus on specific industries and networking.
Assessments help you find the words to understand yourself, describe yourself, and narrow your professional interests.
Practice and perfect your interview skills before the real deal.
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) seeks to support international students and scholars in pursuing their educational, research, and/or professional objectives at the university through comprehensive advising; engagement and programming; and advocacy efforts.
The residence halls offer a first-year living experience, where students will live in cohorts based on their college. Additionally, for students with a status of second-year and beyond, Bear Creek offers an apartment-style living option that provides students with more independent living while maintaining access to campus resources.
The mission of the University of Colorado Boulder Libraries Special Collections, Archives, and Preservation Department (SCAP) is to collect, arrange, preserve, and make accessible the collections of the University's history as well as rare and unique collections that support the University's administration, teaching, research, and service.
Support options for campus technology including desktop and software support.
Medical Services (formerly Wardenburg Health Services) is the primary health care resource for CU Boulder students. Through comprehensive care and education we strive to give students the skills and knowledge they need to develop healthy life-long habits.
The University of Colorado Boulder has two indoor recreation facilities, 3 artificial turf fields, 4 natural grass fields, 4 outdoor basketball courts, 3 tennis courts, and a challenge ropes course. These are all located throughout campus and provide a variety of amenities and operating hours. Come and explore the different opportunities that await you!
We’re not bragging when we say there’s a lot to do at CU. Whether it’s environmental protection, artistic expression, social justice or athletic competition that sparks your interest, our more than 550 recognized student organizations have something for everyone.
The University of Colorado Boulder is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), which is part of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA). The NCA is a membership organization of colleges and schools in nineteen states ranging from Michigan to Arizona, including Colorado.
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