• Children who are deaf can get better start on life

    CU-Boulder researchers demonstrated that early identification and treatment were key to helping children remain in the normal cognitive range and helped launch nationwide adoption of universal newborn screening.

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  • NASA team probes function, implications of ‘rock-powered life’

    Alexis Templeton, associate professor of geological sciences at the CU-Boulder, leads a team of scientists who recently landed a $7 million, five-year grant from NASA to study “rock-powered life.”

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  • Education-innovation guru preaches well-being through tech

    English prof known for massive open online course on comic books and graphic novels tapped to help university navigate uncertain waters.

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  • Old Main Cottonwood finds new life through cloning

    The Old Main Cottonwood, the oldest and tallest tree on campus, is being cloned!

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  • Theater students prepare to bite the Big Apple

    A dozen senior CU-Boulder performance majors auditioned before casting agents through the Actors Connection in New York City this year. The trip was so successful, another group of CU-Boulder seniors returns next year.

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  • Painstakingly connecting pottery to ancient politics

    Ancient Greece has been intensively studied, but there is still much to learn, particularly in some rural parts of the country. CU-Boulder students, under the guidance of a CU assistant professor, are among those unearthing new artifacts.

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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.