John C. Buechner, president emeritus of the University of Colorado, died July 28, 2018. He was 82.Buechner served as CU’s 18th president from 1995 to 2000.
 
House Democrats this week are expected to unveil a sweeping plan to make college more affordable by reducing debt and simplifying financial aid. The Democrats’ plan would also endeavor to boost graduation rates.
 
Legislation introduced this week offers members of Congress an opportunity to work together for the benefit of students and families, argues Jared Polis, U.S. representative for Colorado’s second congressional district and a former member of the Colorado...
 
UCHealth is one organization taking innovative steps in pursuit of that goal. This fall, UCHealth Memorial Hospital is starting a program in which some RNs employed at its facilities can earn bachelor’s degrees paid for almost entirely by the organization...
 
UCHealth is one organization taking innovative steps in pursuit of that goal. This fall, UCHealth Memorial Hospital is starting a program in which some RNs employed at its facilities can earn bachelor’s degrees paid for almost entirely by the organization...
 
University of Colorado Boulder students received federal aid totaling more than $5.4 million during the 2015-16 academic year – the highest level of aid in Colorado, according to a Watchdog analysis of federal tuition data.
 
Google is granting more than $2 million in investments to the cause of furthering women in computer science and science, technology, engineering and math education, turning over the second floor of its former office space on 26th Street in Boulder to the...
 
Ian Orme was a fixture at Colorado State University, where he conducted research on tuberculosis, before he died June 19 following a heart attack. Spencer worked with Orme for 22 years.
 
In the coming months, the University of Colorado's Board of Regents is expected to consider a proposal to remove the word "liberal" from a description of the university's academic freedom principles. Your take?
 
Advocates for more postsecondary data say the support of John Cornyn, the No. 2 Senate Republican, for the College Transparency Act makes an overturn of a federal ban on student unit records appear inevitable -- if still a ways off.

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