"To our students who are following health and safety protocols, thank you!
To those of you who are choosing to disregard health and safety guidelines, this is a formal notice. This reckless behavior is putting the campus experience and everyone’s health at risk. Therefore, I want to make sure you are aware of the potential impacts to your educational experience.
If you violate a public health order and the violation is connected to attending a party, you will be excluded from campus for at least two weeks and you may be suspended. Multiple or severe violations will result in suspension from CU Boulder for a minimum of one semester.
If you witness an incident or other concerning behavior that puts public health at risk, please report it. You must include a name and as much information as possible for us to be able to take action.”
Read the full message from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Akirah Bradley: https://bit.ly/31xywsG
Make a report: https://bit.ly/2Qt7o7T
For many of us, the excitement of starting a new academic year has also brought a level of uncertainty and stress as we continue to navigate around a global pandemic. To our students who are following health and safety protocols, thank you! I know it’s been challenging as we reunite with friends a…
October 13 is #FreeAppDayCO! To inspire more Coloradans to continue their educa…
October 13 is #FreeAppDayCO!
To inspire more Coloradans to continue their education, all 32 public colleges and universities in Colorado and several private institutions will allow students to apply for free on Tuesday, Oct. 13 as part of the third Colorado Free Application Day. Learn more: https://highered.colorado.gov/colorado-free-application-day…
Some universities show early signs of slowing COVID-19 outbreaks through temporary shutdowns
CU Boulder isn’t alone: Across the country, many universities have seen similar spikes in COVID-19 cases. At the same time, some experts also see glimmers of hope in the stories of other schools, such as the University of Notre Dame, that seem to have slowed outbreaks by pausing in-person learning.
At CU Boulder, campus leaders are cautiously optimistic that the transition to online-only classes, along with the public health order, will help bend the university’s curve—lowering infection rates so that Buffs can again sit in the same rooms as their instructors and classmates.
Read more about how temporary shutdowns have helped other universities and what we're doing at CU Boulder by clicking the link below.
In Boulder, university leaders acknowledge the hardship that the recent surge in cases has caused the community. But some also see glimmers of hope in the stories of other schools that seem to have slowed outbreaks by pausing in-person learning.
Campus to kick off series of weekly COVID-19 updates beginning Sept. 29
CU Boulder will kick off a series of weekly COVID-19 updates for students, faculty, staff and parents or guardians that will occur each Tuesday via Zoom starting today.
More information ➡ https://bit.ly/2GmGA7b
CU Boulder will hold a series of weekly COVID-19 updates for students, faculty, staff and parents or guardians each Tuesday through the fall semester. The first of these sessions will take place on Sept. 29.
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