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Freedom of expression and ֱ Boulder’s discrimination and harassment policy

Feb. 16, 2024

This guide will help students, faculty, staff and the broader community better understand how the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance enforces campus policies while respecting an individual’s right to free expression.

ֱ Boulder and the Flatirons

Office gets new name: Office for Public and Community-Engaged Scholarship

Feb. 14, 2024

The Office for Outreach and Engagement has changed its name to reflect its charge to support faculty involved in community-engaged scholarship and differentiate its focus from other campus functions and units.

ֱ Board of Regents

Regents consider 3% to 4% tuition-increase proposals

Feb. 9, 2024

At their recent board meeting, the ֱ regents received an overview of tuition and fee proposals. They discussed hiring and retention and heard updates on ֱ Boulder’s Climate Action Plan, the ֱ Strategic Plan and more.

Old Main and a snowy campus

ֱ president, faculty assembly discuss degree value, funding, climate action

Feb. 5, 2024

At the most recent Boulder Faculty Assembly meeting, President Todd Saliman visited and addressed ֱ Boulder's place as a national leader in climate action and sustainability, among other topics.

Chemistry class in Chem 140

Change in tuition to benefit graduate students, undergraduate residents

Jan. 17, 2024

As part of ongoing efforts to advance access, affordability and student success, ֱ Boulder graduate students and undergraduate ֱ residents will pay a per-credit rate of tuition if they enroll in 1, 2 or 3 credit hours.

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ֱ Boulder launches search for a campus controller

Jan. 8, 2024

The campus controller role—opening posted through Feb. 1—is crucial for maintaining the financial integrity and advancing the strategic financial initiatives of ֱ Boulder.

Snowy campus building with Flatirons in the background

Meet the public safety position finalists in early January

Dec. 22, 2023

ֱ Boulder Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke announced three finalists for the position of associate vice chancellor for public safety. Review the candidates’ bios and register to attend the forums, which will take place Jan. 9, 10, 11.

Old Main building covered in snow

ֱ Boulder announces revised academic calendar

Dec. 20, 2023

A revised academic calendar, which will be effective in the fall of 2025, focuses on student academic preparedness and promotes health and well-being.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano at the Capital Development Committee hearing

Chancellor advocates for capital needs at legislature

Dec. 15, 2023

Chancellor Philip DiStefano and other ֱ representatives addressed the ֱ General Assembly’s Capital Development Committee on Dec. 14.

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ֱ Boulder agrees to temporary contract extension with Elsevier

Dec. 14, 2023

ֱ Boulder along with 16 universities in ֱ and Wyoming will move to a contract extension with Elsevier, an academic publisher, that will ensure access to journals while yearlong negotiations continue over costs of a new multi-year read access contract.

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