CU's graduation (or commencement) comes but twice a year -- spring and winter.
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CU commencement official sites
While the spring CU commencement ceremony is much larger and traditionally held at scenic Folsom Field, there are a few unorthodox details mixed into a winter CU graduation that set it apart from spring commencement, including garland and poinsettias instead of spring bouquets, and graduates might even be able to pick their parents out of the smaller crowd to get in a quick wave.
The University of Colorado intends to increase its six-year graduation rate from 68 percent to an all-time high of 71 percent over the next decade, according to its latest performance contract with the state's higher education department.
Commencement is an exciting time for all grads. A few stories have popped out at us over the last few years, including international students at commencement, a CU graduate headed to Nepal to fight malnutrition
CU graduation: ALMOST THERE!
CU graduation stats
- CU graduation rates: student-athletes
- CU graduation rates: degrees awarded iver nist recebt years
- CU graduation rates: degrees by gender and ethnic/racial groups over time
- CU graduation stats: multiple different breakdowns
- CU graduation rates: shooting for 71 percent (2011)
- CU students graduating faster (2011)
- CU-Boulder graduates get 11.4 percent (2010)
- CU winter graduation:2,000+ degrees (2010)
- CU spring graduation: 5,825 degrees (2010)
- Boulder ranked among best cities for living post-graduation
- Half-dozen CU graduates ace their college careers (2009)
- CU winter graduation: 2,000+ degrees (2006)
- Graduation rates a reflection of college students: Poll
CU commencement speakers
- CU commencement, spring 2011: Steve Ells, CEO of Chipotle
- CU commencement, winter 2010: Juri Toomre, a CU professor of astrophysical and planetary sciences
- CU commencement, spring 2010: John Wood, founder of Room to Read // What he said
- CU commencement, winter 2009: Nobel laureate Tom Cech, professor in CU's chemistry and biochemistry department
- CU commencement, spring 2007: Gov. Bill Ritter
Other graduation stuff