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CU helping students minimize debt, maximize return on investment

CU’s efforts to minimize tuition and fee increases, while also providing financial aid, are helping to minimize debt among CU students, who are less likely to...
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CU Denver | Anschutz pursuing Hispanic-Serving Institution designation

CU Denver | Anschutz is likely to pursue federal designation as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), a distinction that could lead to increased funding. At...
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Regents approve $4.8 billion budget

The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved a nearly $4.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2019-20. It includes a 3% compensation pool for faculty and...
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Regents approve letter affirming freedom of expression for students

After six months of deliberation and compromise, the regents voted 9-0 to send a letter to all incoming CU freshmen , beginning this fall, affirming the...
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DAWN Clinic expands its impact and partnerships

DAWN Clinic expands its impact and partnerships

The DAWN Clinic is a shining example of the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and Aurora communities working together for the health and wellness of all. Now in its...
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Regents seeking climate survey by end of semester
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Regents seeking climate survey by end of semester

The CU Board of Regents on Friday directed administration to move ahead with a universitywide diversity climate survey – if possible, before the end of the...
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Board of Regents approves diversity task force

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday voted to establish a diversity task force by March 15 led by Kathy Nesbitt, vice president of administration, to initially...
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Regents look inward to gauge board effectiveness

The CU Board of Regents will evaluate its efficiency with a scaled-down questionnaire versus the last evaluation conducted in 2014. Patrick O’Rourke, vice...
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Board will continue exploring stipend option for future regents

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday voted 5-3 to continue researching the feasibility of allowing incoming board members to be paid stipends for their work on...
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Broadband a critical need in rural Colorado
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Broadband a critical need in rural Colorado

The daily challenges facing rural Colorado may seem far removed from the easy access enjoyed by the Front Range. And that’s the point: Even in 2018, many...
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Regents explore possibility of paying future board members
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Regents explore possibility of paying future board members

The CU Board of Regents asked for further examination of the possibility of paying board members stipends, which would help offset the costs and time...
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New policy provides four weeks paid parental leave

Kathy Nesbitt, vice president of employee and information services, began her June 21 presentation to the Board of Regents at CU Boulder saying, “I am here to...
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Regents question strategy of proposed diversity inventory

At the conclusion of the diversity inventory presentation by Kathy Nesbitt, vice president of employee and information services, members of the CU Board of...
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Student mental health a critical, growing issue

The health and safety of students at CU is a top priority, and with suicide rates on the rise nationally and in Colorado, the Board of Regents last week heard...
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Regents pass small tuition increase, 3 percent compensation boost

The Board of Regents on Friday passed a modest tuition increase for the University of Colorado campuses and a 3 percent compensation pool for employees. Before...
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Board learns how big data can reap big dividends in higher ed

Imagine a world where prospective students could automatically see classes and programs in their areas of interest simply by calling up the school’s website,...
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CU Boulder chancellor, students continuing discussion of CUSG budget

The CU Boulder Chancellor’s office said it is continuing discussions with students;
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Seven years of Boots to Suits

Seven years of Boots to Suits

Boots to Suits at CU Denver caught Aurora Antonio’s eye because it offers veterans a nice suit to set them up for success, she said. But she soon realized the...
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Online education plan gains momentum
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Online education plan gains momentum

At its November board meeting, the CU Board of Regents approved a progressive $20 million proposal to implement the university’s online education goals over...
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•	Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents
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Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents

Cathy Beuten/University of Colorado Regent Stephen Ludwig introduces online education goals at this month's Board of Regents meeting. The University of...
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Low loan debt, high return on investment for CU students, grads
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Low loan debt, high return on investment for CU students, grads

Data on University of Colorado student loan debt and financial aid continues to indicate good news for students and graduates. Todd Saliman, vice president and...
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An exercise in nutrition for elite athletes to armchair quarterbacks

An exercise in nutrition for elite athletes to armchair quarterbacks

From the Denver Broncos to the Cleveland Indians to college sports and Olympians, Dr. Jackie Berning, professor and chair of Health Sciences at the University...
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Aging awareness: A meaningful life for seniors and caregivers

Aging awareness: A meaningful life for seniors and caregivers

CU on the Air examines the many facets and concerns of aging with Sara Honn Qualls, professor of psychology, Kraemer Family Professor of Aging Studies and...
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Fall enrollment ‘exceptional’ at four CU campuses
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Fall enrollment ‘exceptional’ at four CU campuses

A record 64,922 students are attending the University of Colorado’s four campuses in fall 2017, an increase of 1,720 students – or 2.7 percent – over fall 2016...
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Board looks to streamline committee organization

The CU Board of Regents continued its progress toward reducing the number of regent committees from seven to four. Last fall, the regents reviewed and approved...

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