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Tuesday, October 16

Managing & Writing Federal Proposals

This four-day program is for anyone who is involved with or participates in federal government proposal efforts. Target participants include: proposal...

Finding Funding and Introduction to Grant Writing Workshop

Join us for Finding Funding and an Introduction to Grant Writing, an interactive session hosted by the new Associate Vice Chancellor for Research. This...

Resume Review

Is your resume ready for the All Campus Career Fair? Bring a hard copy of your resume for a quick 15 min drop-in resume check! 11:00 am - 1:30 pm Columbine 316

Commuter Hot Dogs

For many, the iconic hot dog cart conjures up images of big cities and busy street corners. Well starting this semester, UCCS is bringing that icon to the...

Criminal Justice Event: Gangs Panel

CJ Engagement Event open to undergraduate and graduate criminal justice students.

Faculty and Staff Safe Zone Training 2.0

This training will provide Faculty and Staff with tools and information on supporting LGBTQ students in and out of the classroom. This session is designed...


Overview -- Develop Business Acumen & Strengthen Decision-Making Skills The UCCS Mini-MBA through the College of Business at the University of Colorado...

Orienteering 101

Learn the basics of map reading, navigation, compass use, and more in this entery level orienteering course. FREE for students and members.

Artist Series: Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company

A Letter to My Nephew is an intimate, impressionistic collage for nine dancers, setting a portrait of Jones’s beloved nephew Lance T. Briggs—a talented...

Ladies Climb Night

Ladies Climb Night is happening TONIGHT and will be every Tuesday from 7:00-9:00pm in SOLE this fall semester! This is a free event and no experience is...

Fathom (Parterre Stage)

Choreographed by Alexandria Lewis A collaborative dance spectacle between UCCS and CC that tackles the intangible definition of self identity through...

Tuesday, October 16