• Holocaust Collection Shows Way from 'Darkness to Light'

    Donation of massive collection documenting the Holocaust preserves material amassed to refute Holocaust deniers and boosts CU-Boulder’s archives.

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  • Vietnamese primates get hand from CU prof

    In critical habitat now open to scientific collaboration, paleontologist experiences ‘profound’ satisfaction working to preserve modern, endangered primates.

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  • CU becomes leader in study of Tibet

    ‘We have three tenure-track, full-time specialists in Tibet, and that’s three more faculty specializing in Tibet than you find at most universities. It’s not a huge group … but it’s an incredible opportunity (for research) and also for students.’

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  • How much earthquake risk does ‘fracking’ pose?

    While one researcher estimates a 1-in-2,000 chance of dying in a fracking-related earthquake, CU hydrogeologist notes evidence of human-induced seismicity but says more careful study is needed.

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  • Grad reaps satisfying rewards with gardening startup

    Bryant Mason, a CU alumnus, has taken his passion for sustainable, back-yard agriculture and turned it into an entrepreneurial venture.

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The College

The A&S Advantage

The College of Arts and Sciences is the liberal arts college at the University of Colorado. It is our mission to provide you with an excellent education that will not only prepare you for a career but will also give you the tools needed to have a meaningful and impactful life.

  • 53 Undergraduate Majors

  • 10 Residential Academic Programs

  • >60% Classes that have under 25 students

  • 5 Nobel Laureates

Why a liberal arts education matters.