For the Community

Upcoming Events

CU Boulder offers a wide range of events on campus and across Colorado, including public presentations and performances, workshops, lectures, family activities and exhibits. Learn More About Upcoming Events Across Colorado

Visit Campus

CU Boulder offers a variety of programs and places to visit on campus including Fiske Planetarium, the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, CU Art Museum, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival as well as public performances and lectures. Learn More

Summer Camps for K-12 Students

CU Boulder offers a variety of summer camps that engage school-aged children in activities designed to build skills while having fun. Learn More

Continuing Education

Since learning needs are unique and do not always follow the traditional college student path, the Division of Continuing Education offers a variety of programs – from courses for university credit, to career-boosting computer technology and business classes. Visit the website to explore lifelong learning opportunities, online classes and more. Learn More

How to Partner with CU Boulder

The following offices and centers can help your organization find partnerships with CU Boulder programs and connect to campus resources, programs and initiatives.

  • CU Engage: Center for Community-Based Learning and Research

    The center leverages campus resources and faculty expertise to work collaboratively with community partners. It provides opportunities for students to learn alongside community members and faculty through a variety of civic engagement and service-learning programs. Visit the website to learn more about how your organization might partner with CU Engage faculty and programs. Learn More

  • Office for Outreach and Engagement

    The office works to connect CU Boulder faculty, staff and students with citizens and community organizations across Colorado. Through a variety of programs, initiatives and resources we can help your organization partner with faculty and staff. Learn More

  • Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE)

    ODECE coordinates campus-wide initiatives and programs that promote diversity and inclusive excellence, enhance campus climate and strengthen community engagement. Visit the website to learn more about how your organization might partner with ODECE. Learn More

  • Volunteer Resource Center (VRC)

    The center is dedicated to helping students, staff and faculty explore volunteer opportunities and understand sustainable ways in which to create an impact and affect positive social change. The center matches students with volunteer programs that best fit their individual interests and needs as well as offers leadership opportunities for students. Visit the website to how to connect your organization with the VRC to find student volunteers. Learn More