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The Student Involvement Fair is the perfect way to find out about all the different student organizations and involvement opportunities on campus. Once you find your fit, it is a snap to get involved! http://umc.colorado.edu/studentlife/involvement/events/fair
The UMC and ACUI are welcoming poets from across the country for the ACUI College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI). CUPSI will take place on Wednesday, March 12 - Saturday, March 15, 2014. Be enriched by sharing poetry, embracing the value of inclusivity, and supporting a program in which "everyone's voice is welcome."
Our mission is to be a credible resource for current and emerging leaders on the CU-Boulder campus. We foster a culture of accountability, leadership, and responsibility by inspiring diverse students to develop and enhance their leadership abilities.
A variety of late-night activities sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs.
The CUSG Cultural Events Board (CEB) is dedicated to furthering cultural understanding at CU Boulder. CEB invites influential figures like Spike Lee, Margaret Cho, and Kofi Annan to speak on campus. It supplies funding for numerous student group activities. UMC 319, 303.492.3227, email@example.com
The Dennis Small Cultural Center is located in the University Memorial Center room 457, and is dedicated to on-campus underrepresented communities. The center is named after Dennis Small, a unique individual who was the University's original Ombudsman and champion of diversity on campus.
The Distinguished Speakers Board is a cost center of CUSG and strives to enlighten, inspire, and educate the student body by bringing high-caliber speakers to campus. For more information, email DSBchair@gmail.com or stop by their office in UMC 452.
The Greek system at the University of Colorado at Boulder has a rich history. One hundred years and thousands of members later, the Greek community continues to provide students with opportunities to develop leadership skills, to participate in community service, to enrich their academic experience, and to make life-long friendships.
Love Mondays with free fun and entertainment on Monday afternoons in the UMC North Dining Room. Sponsored by the Student Involvement, Activities & Leadership Development Office.
Shake off those finals week blues with a free breakfast in the UMC. Breakfast is served at 11:59 pm every Fall and Spring semester on the Monday of finals week. A variety of entertainment is provided including chair massages, free pool and bowling in the Connection, games, and the chance to win some great prizes!
Whether it is hosting a Dave Matthews concert at Folsom Field, a more intimate show at Club 156, or a free movie in CHEM 140, Program Council has been responsible for providing live entertainment for CU students for over 50 years. UMC room 401, 303.492.7704
Learning to cook is easy and fun! Come learn new skills to wow your friends and family. Ralphie's Cooking Basics is every Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will teach you basic cooking techniques. It is always free, delicious, and your stomach will thank you!
The Senior Class Council seeks to enhance and improve the overall experience of the CU senior class through a variety of social, service, and educational opportunities. The purpose of the organization is to inform, involve, and unify the senior class. Senior Class Council works to leave a valuable mark on campus with an annual senior gift.
Be sure to come to the spring 2014 Student Involvement Fair on Wednesday, February 5, from 11:00am - 2:00pm in the UMC's Glenn Miller Ballroom. Group registration opens on December 2!
Student Involvement Week offers students a variety of events that encourage involvement on campus and in the surrounding community and offer a wide range of opportuntities for students to find their place and make thier mark!
Take a break during your week to simply relax, hang out, loosen up, lounge a bit and enjoy some free entertainment! Our events are listed on our homepage. 1st floor of your UMC in the dining rooms -hope to see you there!
Come check out the most exciting free event in Boulder the first weekend of the school year! There will be tons of free food, games, and live music. Some of the other activities include laser tag, free bowling in the Connection, improv comedy performances, and much more. Also, be sure to arrive early to make sure you can meet CU's live mascot, Ralphie!