University of Colorado - Boulder
University of Colorado – Boulder is a comprehensive university which is committed to the liberal education of students via a broad curriculum ranging from the baccalaureate through the postdoctoral levels. With an enrolment of more than 33,000 students, the university is the largest of the four Campus University of Colorado systems. The student population comes from every state in the nation and from more than 100 foreign countries. Many different ethnic, religious, academic and social backgrounds are represented, fostering the development of a multicultural academic community that enriches each student's educational experience.
A CU Boulder education is more than simply earning a degree. The university works with the students to create customized educational paths in an inclusive academic community, so students can merge their passions with their skills, all the while reinforcing their connections to each other and their commitment to improving the local and global communities. It offers approximately 4,000 different courses in 115 distinct fields of study and 239 degree programs across the baccalaureate, master's, doctoral and professional levels. These courses represent a full range of disciplines in the humanities, the social sciences, the physical and biological sciences, the fine and performing arts, and the professions.
The Boulder campus is located 30 minutes from downtown Denver, one hour from Fort Collins and Greeley, one hour and 45 minutes from Colorado Springs, five hours from Grand Junction, one hour from DIA.
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