Editor’s note: During the school year, the weekly “Campus Happenings” e-newsletter is distributed to all CU Denver students on Monday mornings by the Division of Student Development. During the summer, those events and updates will be posted on this page. If you have items you’d like to contribute, please complete our submission form by noon on Thursday for the following week. Thanks for reading!
GOOD LUCK & GOODBYE!
Signing off one last time: Hi all, it’s Ben, your “Campus Happenings” editor. This is it. Our final newsletter until August and the final one of my career! After I take a couple summer session classes, I’ll be graduating. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of the readers for rolling with me this year, it was a blast and brought me closer than ever to the Lynx Community. I’m excited for the future, but I’ll never forget my time as editor here. Good luck with finals and as always, thanks for reading!
ready for Bike to Work Day: Bring your bike to the Wellness Center
Thursday, May 30 or Thursday, June 13, 4pm – 6pm for a complimentary tune-up
& pizza in preparation for the annual CU Denver Bike to Work Day,
Wednesday, June 26. Be sure to register
to help CU Denver compete in the Denver Business Journal 2019 Challenge!
Everything you need for Commencement: Are you prepared for the graduation ceremony Saturday, May 18 at 9am? Check out this list of Five Things to Know for Spring Commencement to make sure you’re totally ready for the big event. Graduates, get creative & enter the Commencement Cap Design Competition and possibly score a $50 VISA card!
Food Pantry summer hours: The CU Denver Student Food Pantry is located on the third floor of the Student Wellness Center. Starting May 20, the pantry will be open Noon – 6pm Monday through Friday. Want to donate? You can drop food items off at the welcome desk anytime.
First-of-a-kind success! The “End the Stigma; Keep Talking” mental health awareness event was in the works for months, spearheaded by graduate student Noreen Khan, led by Office of Case Management and co-sponsored by the Counseling Center, the Phoenix Center, Student Government Association, Dean of Students Office, Center for Identity & Inclusion, and the Writing Center. And, the efforts paid off when an audience of a hundred witnessed emotional and personal storytelling. The successful evening is detailed in The Sentry student newspaper by writer Holly McCloskey and photographer Victoria Moffat.
Friday, May 17, 11am – 2pm
Grad Bash 2019
Kick off Commencement Weekend
Celebrate our graduates
Lunch, activities, live music
CU Denver Athletic Field
Saturday, May 18, 9am
CU Denver Commencement
Auraria Campus, Tivoli Quad
Monday, May 20, 9am – 5pm
Job Search Seminar
Day-long career counseling
Identify strengths & weaknesses
Learn to network effectively
Grads, alums, all students
Student Commons #2500
Friday, May 24, 8:30am – 1pm
CU Anschutz Commencement
Anschutz Medical Campus, Boettcher Commons
Saturday, June 1, 10am – Noon
GMAT Test Prep Workshop
Learn about test format
Instructor from the Princeton Review
CU Denver Business School
Saturday, June 15 & Sunday, June 16
11am – 6pm
CU at the Denver PrideFest
March in the parade
Volunteer at the CU booth
All are welcome
Denver Civic Center Park
Bike to Work Day
& live music
Be sure to register!
Cherry Creek Front Park, between Speer and the CU Building
Weekdays & weekends
CU South Denver
Degrees, certificates, career development
20% CU discount for films, activities & events
Discount code, custudent, cuemployee or cualumni
10035 S. Peoria St., Lone Tree
Lynx Summer Wellness Camps: Know a kiddo interested in sports camps this summer? Wellness & Recreation Services is offering three youth programs in June. From games & team-building activities to lacrosse fundamentals, find the right program for your camper and register before it’s too late.
CU at PrideFest: CU is proud to be the only Colorado higher education institution to sponsor the 2019 Denver PrideFest. Get involved by marching in the parade or volunteering at the CU event booth Saturday, June 15 & Sunday, June 16, 11am – 6pm.
Looking for the Dean of Students? Or, Case Management, Conduct & Standards. They’ve moved! You can now find them in Tivoli #309.
Register now! Check your Student Portal for holds,
load up your shopping cart & checkout. Don’t wait! The earlier you
register for Fall
Semester, the better chance you have of getting the classes you want.
It’s here! @cuanschutz.edu: The big OIT (Office of Information Technology) project transitioning email addresses for everyone at CU Anschutz to @cuanschutz.edu is underway. Get details & check the transition schedule online.