We would like to express our condolences to the University of ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Springs community, as well as emphasize the importance of supporting one another. Read more from Jessica Doty, Doreen Jokerst and Dâ€™Andra Mull.
Understanding ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Boulderâ€™s alert system can keep you informed and empowered to make personal safety decisions. Learn more about the various alert levels, how to make sure you receive messages and more.
Marlon Lynch, who joins from Michigan State University, will begin at ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Boulder on March 4. He will oversee the ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Police Department, event and emergency management, flight operations and threat assessment.
Shows and movies can make it seem like persistence is the key to winning someone over. However, persistence can quickly cross boundaries. Here are a few things everyone should know about stalking behaviors.
Major snowstorms are one of the most common reasons campus may experience a delay or closure. Here are the top things community members need to know about campus protocols during extreme weather events.
Winter weather in ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ can include dangerous wind chill conditions. ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ Boulderâ€™s Emergency Management has information on what to know, how to prepare and how to navigate extreme conditions. Get suggestions for making safety kits; protecting yourself, pets and property; traveling, if necessary; and more.
Campus officials will conduct an alerts test at midday on Dec. 5. The test involves checking the universityâ€™s systems for sending text messages, emails, social media posts, computer desktop alerts and website announcements in the event of emergencies. Learn more about ÃÛÌÇÖ±²¥ alerts.