New Student & Family Programs (NSFP) supports new students and families throughout their transition and involvement at the University of Colorado Boulder. 

In order to aid in the transition to CU Boulder, all incoming graduate students have the opportunity to participate in Graduate Student Orientation. This optional program is critical to the graduate experience as it helps new students learn more about CU Boulder while providing an opportunity to connect with program advisors, faculty, current students and student support services. New graduate students should check their CU Boulder email account for more information about engagement opportunities and other important next steps.

New Student & Family Programs also collaborates with campus partners, including the Graduate School, to plan fall and spring welcome events surrounding the first day of classes. Students participate in programs and have opportunities to connect with current students, faculty and staff to create a healthy and positive transition to CU Boulder.

For more information, visit the New Student & Family Programs website.