Founded in 1876 in Boulder, this is the original campus of the University of Colorado. Built in the shadow of the Flatirons–the Boulder campus is often recognized as one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation.|
CU-Boulder is recognized as one of the outstanding public universities in the United States. The Boulder campus has five colleges and four schools, offering 3,400 courses in about 150 areas of study.
CU-Boulder received more than $260 million in sponsored research awards for the 2004 fiscal year. Undergraduate students may work on research projects with faculty through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
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