Great news, Buffs: We are transitioning back to in-person/hybrid/remote course instruction starting Oct. 14 and we may be permitted to have more gathering flexibility beginning on Oct. 13 based on the new Boulder County Public Health order.
You have done awesome work in bending the curve and helping to contain the outbreak in the Boulder community. By continuing to follow guidelines through the coming weeks, we can build on this momentum heading into the second half of the semester and beyond.
Read all the details below:
Dear students, faculty and staff, I am writing tod
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This past week we were out at Louisville Middle School and caught up with Stephanie Steinhoff, the school’s Kitchen Satellite Lead. After a brief stint, helping to keep Emerald Elementary School clean during the pandemic, Stephanie couldn’t be happier to be back at her building and serving students…
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From the Provost and COO – Spring semester to start Jan. 14
Building upon lessons from fall, our spring 2021 semester will start Jan. 14 and deliver a more robust campus experience while continuing to comply with the latest COVID-19 public health guidance.
Read details about the schedule and operational updates at the link below:
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