An official ceremony Friday morning to transfer a beam from New York’s World Trade Center from UCCS to Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station drew members of the CU Board of Regents in addition to campus faculty and staff and area law enforcement and fire department representatives. (More)
Thursday morning brought a chill as faculty, staff and students recognized America’s veterans with a formal presentation of U.S., Colorado and POW-MIA flags by the UCCS ROTC unit. They also heard a powerful rendition of (More)
As passersby made their way to the Kraemer Family Library, the UCCS Music Ensemble explored the rotunda of El Pomar Center with sound this week. See and hear this slice of campus life compiled by University Advancement’s Jeff Foster. (More)
University Advancement’s Jeff Foster contrasts Main Hall as it appeared in the 1960s to today.
Jeff Foster, University Advancement, captures a Colorado fall in a photo feature that contrasts still-green grass with bright red, muted yellow, and crisp orange leaves. These photos and more are available to download and use (More)
Facilities Services hosted the second annual geranium harvest Oct. 13, in front of Main Hall. Students, faculty and staff were invited to bring a pot with soil and were helped with potting the free flowers. (More)
At an Aug. 19 dedication ceremony, Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak officially re-named the Science Building Centennial Hall and concluded a year-long, $17 million renovation project. Brian Burnett, vice chancellor, Administration and Finance, was master of ceremonies (More)
Tony Gallogly, right, a 1983 UCCS graduate, converses with Jerry Rutledge, regent emeritus, following a ribbon cutting at the Jan. 22 Event Center dedication. The Event Center will be named in honor of Tom Gallogly, (More)