Office of the President
CU is all about opportunity and serving our communities, state, nation and world. The extraordinary students, faculty and staff reach for the stars, explore the earth, engage in society and advance wellbeing every day. What an honor to be part of the CU team.
- Todd Saliman, CU President

Recent News


President Saliman Names Dr. Jennifer Sobanet UCCS Interim Chancellor

Sobanet most recently served as executive vice chancellor of administration and strategy at CU Denver, joining the institution’s leadership team in 2016. During her time at CU Denver, she earned a doctorate in educational equity from the School of Education & Human Development.
CU In The Media

CU’s Summer Outreach tour Included Burlington

University of Colorado leaders kicked off this year’s summer outreach to communities across the state with a visit to several eastern plains communities May 15-17.
Regent Callie Rennison and Joe Penny of Penny Family Farms in Burlington, CO
CU Connections

CU’s Summer Outreach Tour Kicks Off with Visit to Colorado’s Eastern Plains

During the three-day trip to Burlington, Kit Carson, Hugo and Limon, the CU group met with community leaders, public school administrators, elected officials, health care providers, business leaders, and students and families.

Statements from President Saliman


Message from University of Colorado President and Chancellors Regarding Michigan State University Shooting

The University of Colorado community offers our deepest condolences to our friends and colleagues at Michigan State University in light of the terrible tragedy that happened on their campus on Monday. The families and friends of those directly affected are foremost in our minds. Todd Saliman

Statement on CU Treasury Issue

Dear Members of the CU Community, I want to update you on an issue I communicated about before the holiday break, funding for accelerating the systemwide strategic plan and related matters in the University Treasury. As I outlined in December, declines in the market, combined with a disconnect in

Statement from CU President and Chancellors on Colorado Springs Tragedy

The University of Colorado community abhors the horrific and senseless violence that struck Colorado Springs in the early morning hours. Just as we grieve with our family, friends and neighbors, we also stand resolute that violence and hate will not prevail, including hate directed at the LGBTQ+ community. Significantly, as we recognize Transgender Day of Remembrance, we are sadly reminded of how much work remains.

Recent Newsletters

President Todd Saliman with CU Boulder's Golden Buffalo Marching Band


May 2023

A CU Education Goes Beyond Getting a Job

This is the best time of the year at the University of Colorado – commencement season – and it gets me thinking about the essence of a university like ours.

We play a critical role in preparing our graduates for their lives after college. Part of that means providing them with the skills they

Oct. 2022


October 2022

CU Research Benefits Colorado, the Nation and the World

In addition to their amazing scholarly, teaching and creative contributions, our faculty are saving and improving lives with their research and discoveries while also addressing some of our world’s most urgent challenges.
A Holistic Look at the Value of Higher Education


September 2022

A Holistic Look at the Value of Higher Education

Cost should never be a barrier to an excellent education. At the University of Colorado, we’re working hard to break down that barrier and helping students and families reduce the cost of earning a college degree.