Visiting and Contact Info
|Admissions Office Address:||Admissions Office|
552 UCB, Regent
Boulder, CO 80309-0552
|Admissions Office Phone:||3034926301|
|Admissions Office Fax:||3034927115|
|Admissions Office Email:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Most Popular Places on Campus:||Center for Community|
University Memorial Center (UMC)
Student Recreation Center
CU-Boulder's Outdoor Program, at the Recreation Center, offers many opportunities to explore the wonderful backcountry regions of Colorado and other unique locations. The program provides recreational experiences emphasizing adventure, environmental awareness, education, challenge, safety, skill acquisition, a sense of community, and fun.
|Most Popular Places Off Campus:||Chautauqua Park - hiking, concerts, restaurant|
Historic Downtown Boulder and Pearl Street - outdoor pedestrian mall
The Hill - shopping, restaurants, entertainment
Boulder Creek Path - walk, bike, parks
Eldora, Keystone, & Breckenridge - ski and snowboard resorts
Denver, Colorado's capital, is only 30 miles from Boulder and is home to professional football, basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball teams. It has some of the finest museums in the West, including the Black American West Museum; the Denver Art Museum, with one of the best collections of American Indian art works in the world; and the Denver Museum of Natural History, one of the largest natural history museums in the nation.
|Campus Visiting Center:||No|
| Appointment Required:||Yes|
| Tour Dates:||Year-round|
|Average Length:||2 hours|
|On Campus Interviews:||No|
|Email Address to Sign-Up:||On-campus interviews are for information|
|Dates Available:||Academic Year|
| Describe:||Make a reservation online at http://admissions.colorado.edu/undergraduate/visit/alldayvisits/custudent4day or at http://www.colorado.edu/admissions/undergraduate/visit/alldayvisits/summersampler.|
|Overnight Dorm Stays:||Not Available|
|Types of Transportation Available to Campus:|
Denver International Airport (DIA) is about 40 miles from the campus. Buses, taxis, and shuttles are available for the drive from airport to campus. For information on ground transportation from DIA to Boulder, please see http://www.flydenver.com/parking_transit.
|Driving Instructions to Campus:|
From Denver International Airport, follow Pena Blvd. to the E-470 tollway. Travel E-470 north to U.S. Rte. 36 west. From U.S. Rte. 36, take the Baseline Rd. exit and turn left (west) on Baseline. At the second light, turn right (north) on Broadway. At the first light, turn right on Regent Dr. The Regent Administrative Center is on the left side of the street.
|Local Accommodations: Near By:|
Accommodations at lower prices include: The Boulder University Inn (1632 Broadway; 303-417-1700) is 4 blocks from campus and 2 blocks from the downtown Pearl Street pedestrian mall; it offers an outdoor pool and designated pet rooms. Boulder Creek Quality Inn & Suites (2020 Arapahoe Ave, 303-449-7550) is located near campus and downtown Boulder. Amenities include free high-speed Internet access, fitness center, indoor pool / spa and complimentary full hot breakfast service.
Accommodations in the moderate-high range include: The Millennium Harvest House Hotel (1345 28th Street; 303-443-3850) is within walking distance of campus and has a fitness center, tennis courts, and indoor and outdoor pools. Restaurants are nearby, and the downtown mall is only 3 blocks away. The Briar Rose Bed & Breakfast (2151 Arapahoe Ave.; 303-442-3007), half a mile from the university, includes a complete organic breakfast. All 10 rooms have private baths. Just a mile from the school, in the heart of downtown Boulder, is the Hotel Boulderado (2115 13th St.; 800-433-4344 or 303-442-4344), a turn-of-the-century hotel (and a National Register Landmark) with three in-house restaurants.
Higher-end accommodations include: The Bradley Boulder Inn Bed & Breakfast (2040 16th St.; 1-800-858-5811 or 303-545-5200) is one block from Boulder's famous Pearl Street downtown pedestrian mall and within a mile of campus. It has 12 rooms, all with private baths. A full breakfast is provided. Downtown, less than a mile from campus and convenient to the town's main walking and biking paths, is the St Julien Hotel & Spa (900 Walnut St.; 877-303-0900 or 720-406-9696), offering luxurious accommodations and a world-class pool and spa.