As students begin to return to campus, we look forward to welcoming you back. In order to remain on campus and have a successful fall semester, faculty, staff, students and visitors all need to do their part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We have seen universities across the country change plans and shift to fully remote learning because students were not following health and safety guidelines.
Students shared with us that a top priority is having in person and hybrid classes. We all wish we could return to a normal campus experience but the reality is, hosting or attending large social gatherings will jeopardize our ability to maintain an in-person campus environment.
We all have a personal responsibility to be diligent in following public health orders – both on and off campus.
If members of our Buff family do not wear face coverings, plan large in-person gatherings and parties or fail to follow other health and safety expectations, there will be individual consequences, as well as the potential to return fully remote.
We believe in you and know that as Buffs you will meet and exceed these expectations!
Assistant Dean of Students
Division of Student Affairs
To learn more, visit the Protect Our Herd website ➡ www.colorado.edu/protect-our-herd
To read the letter in its entirety ➡ https://www.colorado.edu/…/how-have-successful-and-safe-fal…
Today we're grateful for each and every one of our university staff members…
Today we're grateful for each and every one of our university staff members. From the Facilities Management team working hard keeping campus safe and clean, to our grounds crew ensuring our campus is always gram-able, to our Buff Bus drivers who help get us around campus safely—CU Boulder just wouldn't be the same without the thousands of dedicated staff. It's our staff who work endlessly behind the scenes to keep our Buff community together, even if we're a little bit farther apart.
Buffs, tell us about a staff member who made an impact on your life. 💛🖤
Celebrate safely, Buffs Here are a few ideas on how to enjoy a joyous, festive…
Celebrate safely, Buffs 💛🖤
Here are a few ideas on how to enjoy a joyous, festive, and safer Thanksgiving that does not involve putting your loved ones at risk: ✅ Cook and eat a special meal with members of your immediate household.
✅ Share your favorite recipes and photos of the food you have cooked via text message or email.
✅ Watch your favorite Thanksgiving movie with family and friends in other households over video chat. For more Thanksgiving guidance visit: https://covid19.colorado.gov/thanksgiving —– Spanish
Aquí hay algunas ideas sobre cómo puedes disfrutar de un Día de Acción de Gracias que sea festivo, seguro y alegre sin tener que poner en riesgo a tus seres queridos: -Cocina y come una cena especial con miembros de tu vivienda inmediata.
-Comparte tus recetas favoritas y fotos de la comida que preparaste vía mensaje de texto o correo electrónico.
-Ve tu película favorita simultáneamente con tu familia y amigos que están en otras viviendas a través de una video-llamada.
The Tandean Rustandy building expansion which connects Leeds School of Business …
The Tandean Rustandy building expansion which connects Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder and CU Boulder Engineering is almost complete! 🏗
Check out the photos of the new space ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Take a look at the progress of our new Tandean Rustandy building expansion with CU Boulder Engineering, which is close to completion! Here are a few images of the inside of the Olson Atrium and Auditorium and outside looking at the Engebretson Quad and Koelbel Commons.
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