The College of Arts and Sciences is part of a larger vibrant community that includes alumni, community members, parents, and friends of the University. Donors can help support various programs through the Development Office. Outreach activities connect the College to our neighbors, with cultural and educational offerings. Visitors to the links on this page can become acquainted with the many facets of the College.
- Development Office
- Visual Arts Complex
- Fiske Planetarium
- Conference on World Affairs
- Shakespeare Festival
- Speech-Language and Hearing Center
- Heritage Center
- K-12 Outreach
- Career Services for Alumni
What's Happening in Arts and Sciences
There's good news coming out of many of our academic departments. Students and faculty have been the recipients of awards, scholarships, and other accolades.
Below are links to the web pages of departments who have good news to share. Check them out and share our pride in their accomplishments!
- Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences
- Environmental Studies Program
- French and Italian
- Geological Sciences
- Germanic and Slavic
- Integrative Physiology
- International Affairs
- Jewish Studies
- Political Science
- Speech, Language, and Hearing Science
- Theatre and Dance
There are many ways to become a part of the local community, from volunteers efforts to helping raise scholarship funds through the Buffalo Bicycle Classic.
Below are some links where information can be found. Join us!
Buffalo Bicycle Classic - The BBC is the largest source of scholarships in the College. And it's great fun as well. Ride as part of a team, volunteer at an aid station, sponsor a rider.
Development Office - Gifts play a critical role in creating and sustaining the University's excellence. You'll find information for online giving, how gifts are used, and more.
Internships are a great way to take the first step towards a career, and a wide range of experience can be yours in a variety of fields. Check it out!
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program creates partnerships between undergraduate students and faculty. Research ranges from traditional scientific inquiry to the creation of new artistic works.
Volunteer Opportunities - Here is a site listing many volunteer opportunities in the Boulder community, from hospitals to hospices, the Boulder County AIDS Project, nursing homes, local clinics, and more.
cyScan - The Center for Youth in Science, Culture and Media, associated with the School of Education, uses community-based research and works with volunteers in such programs as school literacy and after-school science and technology classes for girls.