Cultural Unity & Engagement Center 


Welcome to The CUE!


October is LGBT History Month, National Disability Employment/Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Look out for these events on campus!

(Events by CUE will be under the "Events" tab)

October 20th, 3:00pm-5:00pm, UMC 415/417- Sugar Free Feminism: We'll discuss what the issue of domestic violence looks like in the Boulder community, what it looks like for college students, and what you can do to make a change!

*Sponsored by OVA, SORCE, and the CUE!*

October 22nd, 5:00 PM, UMC Art GalleryStriving Towards Gender Justice: Intimate Partner Violence Then and Now: A forum co-sponsored by SPAN and CU Women’s Gender Studies, a panel of esteemed scholars, researchers, community activists and SPAN staff will engage in a conversation on intimate partner violence, changes that have taken place (or not) in the last 35 years.

October 27th-29th, Norlin Quad-Clothesline ProjectSigma Psi Zeta, with co-sponsorsCultural Unity and Engagement Center and Residence Hall Associationt-shirts will be hung with testimonials around violence.  If you want to help create t-shirts go to UMC 457 at 6pm on October 15th, all people invited.

October 29th at 7pm, UMC TerraceSigma Psi Zeta is hosting its annual Take Back the Night event that promotes awareness of violence against women. This includes, but is not by any means, limited to the following: rape, incest, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, exploitation, the trafficking of women and children, the abuse of migrant workers, intimidation at work, child abuse, harassment, and spousal abuse.

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Events Calendar

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Our commitment.

Our dedication to you.  We are dedicated to supporting CU students, faculty and staff as well as our community partners in building a diverse learning, living, and working environment across many identities.  The goal of our work is to foster respect for cultural unity in the ways of being, thinking, and living in order to make your experience on this campus a positive one.

Providing you a community of support.  The Cultural Unity and Engagement Center believes in providing the best possible support for all its members on campus.  There are a number of resources at the center including staff and student peers to help with various life adjustments.  Programs and services are designed to fit a variety of individual styles and interests. You can use one of our computers, consult with a staff on goals or just relax in our student lounge.

Providing a welcoming place.  The CUE is a department within the Division of Student Affairs and is located on the third floor of the Center for Community (C4C).  We serve all students, faculty and staff of the University community.  We pride ourselves in developing a center that values diversity, equity and excellence while promoting social justice. Our services support caring human connections that result in a welcoming place for you to be who you are.

Who we serve. How we help.

Whether you're the first in your family to attend college, have a multicultural background, want to learn how to be an ally, or are new to the United States, you'll find we have a wide array of services that will enrich your college experience. We'll connect you with many resources on campus and our experienced and friendly staff look forward in helping you pursue the path that's right for you. We'll put you in touch with other student, staff, faculty and community resources whose experiences can offer useful guidance and support, and we'll connect you with organizations that will enhance your community involvement and leadership skills.

The Cultural Unity & Engagement Center welcomes you!

We’re a place where you can:

  • Receive support and advocacy
  • Learn about diversity, multiculturalism and its intersecting identities, and social justice
  • Connect with important resources
  • Build community

The CUE is an active partner in the development of all students through addressing cross-cultural competencies and personal empowerment. Through our programs and services, we address the intersections of our multiple identities with a particular focus given to students of color and underrepresented populations on the University of Colorado - Boulder campus.

Visit us and learn more!

Stop by any time between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Of course, you can also call 303-492-5667 or schedule an appointment. That way you can make sure you won't have to wait but can see someone immediately.