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Access & Inclusion

Access & Inclusion

Geothermal Research Park by Helga Luthers

Education abroad is one of the most profound ways to experience academic, professional, and personal growth while at CU Boulder. Education abroad is possible for all students and we put a high priority on serving a diverse student body.

We encourage you to explore the resources provided below, contact past participants, and talk with your CU Boulder Education Abroad Program Manager or an Education Abroad Advisor. You likely already have cross-cultural navigational skills that will be a great asset to you while abroad, so let’s get started!

CU boulder serves as an institutional member of the Diversity Abroad Network. CU boulder has access to online resources that explore important issues around identity. We invite you to create an account and begin exploring. Please contact the Coordinator for Diversity and Access for more information.

Parents/Families: Would you like to talk to another parent about what it was like to send their CU Boulder student abroad? Contact and we’ll connect you.Hablamos Español! 

Education Abroad places a high priority on serving a diverse student body. We welcome applications from members of various groups which have traditionally been under-represented in education abroad, including first generation college students, LGBTQI students, student athletes, students with disabilities, students of color, and older students who have followed non-traditional paths to higher education.