Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

From the Chancellor: State of the Campus message

Dec. 8, 2020

When I look back on 2020, I’ll reflect on the hardships, but also on the resiliency of all of you and our great institution. Stay tuned early in the new year as I’m joined by campus leaders and experts in conversation on our three biggest priorities: diversity, equity and inclusion; coping with COVID-19; and fiscal resiliency.

JB Banks

The dean’s list of advice: Winter break

Dec. 2, 2020

Be proud of the work you’ve done to finish strong, Buffs! And after finals next week, it’s time to enjoy a well-deserved break. Dean of Students JB Banks offers tips for a restful, safe winter break.

JB Banks

The dean’s list of advice: Maintaining motivation

Nov. 18, 2020

The finish line is in sight, and JB Banks—dean of students and associate vice chancellor for Student Affairs—has some advice to help you make it through the end of the semester.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano

From the Chancellor: An election message

Oct. 29, 2020

As we inch closer to Election Day, I’d like to remind our campus community about the importance of engaging in one of our most fundamental rights as Americans: the right to vote. It’s essential for the functioning and future of our democracy.

Dan Jones

County remains at less restrictive level of current public health order

Oct. 27, 2020

While the current order for 18-to-22-year-olds remains at the baseline level, the number of cases in the general population is increasing and could bring additional restrictions. Read a message from Dan Jones, associate vice chancellor of integrity, safety and compliance.

JB Banks

The dean’s list of advice: Getting into the Halloween spirit

Oct. 27, 2020

I can’t thank you all enough for showing up for your community and continuing to follow public health orders. I hope you are able to find time this weekend to relax and recharge, take a break and enjoy the holiday safely. Read more from Dean of Students JB Banks.

A spring image of Old Main

Spring semester to start Jan. 14

Oct. 22, 2020

CU Boulder will continue with a mix of in-person, remote and hybrid courses in the spring. Instead of the typical five-day spring break, the Jan. 14 start date is three days later than previously scheduled, plus there will be two days off for students.

Russell Moore

From the Provost: Update on pass/fail for fall 2020

Oct. 20, 2020

As we mark the midpoint in the fall semester, I’m writing to provide an update on the pass/fail option.

An aerial view of the CU Boulder campus

Off-campus wildfire activity: Campus resources and response

Oct. 18, 2020

Our campus is prepared to support our faculty, staff and students who may be affected and to respond to changing conditions as necessary, said Provost Russell Moore and Interim Chief Operating Officer Patrick O'Rourke in a campus message.

Dean of Students JB Banks

From Dean Banks: Share your feedback and experiences

Oct. 8, 2020

All current undergraduate students are encouraged to apply and join the new Dean of Students Leadership and Values Council by Oct. 16.

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