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Serving the State

As Colorado’s flagship university system, CU’s four campuses serve the state and beyond through leadership in high-quality education and professional training, public service, advancing research and knowledge, and state-of-the-art health care. CU strives to be an economic, social and cultural catalyst for Colorado.

 
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Regents set tuition rates for 2021-22

The Board of Regents on April 8 voted to approve recommendations on tuition, compensation and fees for the 2021-22 fiscal year. The plan calls for, in effect, a 0% tuition rate change for undergraduate students.
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Five questions for Nolbert D. Chavez

Chavez may have been a newcomer to the CU Board of Regents when he was sworn in earlier this year, but he’s no stranger to CU, nor to leadership.
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Five questions for Ilana Spiegel

The policy expert brings a ‘360-degree view of education’ to her role as CU regent.
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CU professor, regents testify for in-state tuition for American Indian students with Colorado ties

Calling it “an important step in recognizing past injustices,” a CU Boulder professor, Regent Lesley Smith, Regent Emerita Irene Griego and alumni testified before the Colorado Senate Education Committee today, expressing support for a bill moving through the legislature that would grant in-state tuition to members of American Indian nations with historical ties to Colorado.
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Regents Kroll, Spiegel on budget concerns, student support, DEI progress

Regents Jack Kroll and Ilana Spiegel addressed key issues during the virtual Jan. 28 Faculty Council meeting, including budget uncertainty, student support and diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Three New Regents Sworn In

Nolbert Chavez, Callie Rennison and Ilana Speigel were sworn into the CU Board of Regents Jan. 9, 2021.
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Regents name Hueth to interim leadership post

The CU Board of Regents named Jeremy Hueth the interim vice president, University Counsel and secretary of the Board of Regents.
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As pandemic continues, CU leadership considers tuition, student aid ramifications

The Board of Regents last week defeated a proposal calling for a 20% tuition reduction and waiver of some fees in spring 2021, action also opposed by faculty and staff leaders and President Mark Kennedy. Kennedy touted the merits of targeted relief funding over tuition reduction, which he said would result in deeper budget cuts and furloughs than those already stressing the university.
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CU Develops First Systemwide Lands Acknowledgement Statement

Initiated by the CU Board of Regents, the university has its first systemwide statement acknowledging that the lands where the four campuses are located were originally home to Indigenous peoples.
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Letter to Incoming University of Colorado Students

Congratulations on starting the next stage of your academic journey. The Board of Regents is proud to count you as one of the University of Colorado’s newest students, and we welcome you to our community of scholars.
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CU Business School Deans Introduce CU Diverse Doctorates in Business

Cross-campus collaborative open to underrepresented undergraduates.
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New Engineering Research Center Aims for Sustainable Electric Transportation

Researchers at UCCS will play a key role in a multi-institutional effort, funded by a renewable $26 million National Science Foundation grant, to develop an international research center dedicated to advancing sustainable and electrified transportation.
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Statement from Board of Regents Chairman Glen Gallegos and President Mark Kennedy on COVID-19 planning

We have been actively engaged with University of Colorado campuses in our evolving plans to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, which is our top priority.