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University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder

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  • We took the summer tour. This is a 45 minute talk followed by a 90 minute walk around campus. The guides were awesome and could answer every question we had. The tour lets you see inside the dorms, th...  more »
  • Visited twice in May - first for the University commencement and later for a high school graduation held at the University. This is a beautiful campus and the events were well managed. Traffic was eff...  more »
  • When my son walked us around campus we were amazed at the beauty of it. Unlike many campuses it was built with a theme of the local rock (Sandstone?). The buildings on the whole campus match, making i...  more »
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  • If you didn't attend CU Boulder like "Vishnu J."'s bad review, then you can't be one to say that it's a bad school. You're probably just mad they didn't accept you. I've been to many college campuses and CU Boulder is by far the nicest one. It's one of few that kept its architecture theme throughout the entire campus, which by the way is from Tuscany. It was the best years of my life and would do it again in a heart beat. Great student government, great programs, great classes, and a few weird professors here and there.
  • Dear whoever it may concern, I feel absolutely crushed by reading different e-mails from the university. The admissions team lack understanding between them and especially the woman that I had a conversation with on the phone. I asked her for her good name and she replied with "have a good day" in the rudest tone I have ever heard. The school might be rated well with a decent academic record but they are extremely rude and do not know how to treat people. I hope this matter is taken seriously because it's a shame for a university of your level to treat any human in this manner. Kind regards, Will Newham.
  • My graduate level correspondence classes were worth every late night.
  • As a non-traditional student I've enjoyed the opportunities and flexibility in classes so I can continue working and have had great feedback from staff and the Continuing Ed office
  • One of the most beautiful campuses in the country located in a magnificent setting. Love this school, the engineering school is one of the best and the students are a lot of fun. Don't understand any of the whiners on this site, can't think of a better place to go to college. If you could moved the entire campus and faculty as is to California it would instantaneously drop the admission rate down into the low 20 percent due to the competition to get in. Academic ratings would skyrocket with no changes to the programs. Look at UCSD, UCLA, UCB and UCSB what they have that Boulder doesn't is a state with 40 million people killing themselves to get into one of their better public universities.