After eight and a half years in his position, George Reed, dean of the College of Public Service, is retiring in November. Reed reflected on his career, his accomplishments as
On Sept. 30, the subscription to UCCS’ citation manager service RefWorks will expire and no longer be available to students. RefWorks is the citation manager provided by the Kraemer family.
On Feb. 8, SGA announced to clubs and organizations applying for funding that they have run out of club funding for the semester. Director of Finance Amanda Ford shared information
UCCS student Samuel Knopp planned to move out the same day he was killed because he wanted to get away from the suspect, who had threatened to kill him a
An arrest affidavit revealed the suspect being charged with double homicide for the shooting at UCCS had threatened to kill UCCS student Samuel Knopp in January. The affidavit details the
UCCS was left asking a lot of questions following the double homicide that took place in a dorm room. The bodies of 24-year-old UCCS student Samuel Knopp and 26-year-old Celie
On Feb. 20, UCCS’ administration hosted a virtual forum explaining events related to the dorm homicides. A call for shots fired was reported early in the morning on Feb. 16.
Following the deaths of three UCCS students, the university cancelled classes to give students space to come together and grieve. On Feb. 19, UCCS hosted a day of healing and
On Monday, Feb. 19th, UCCS held a Solidarity Walk from the Roaring Fork dining hall to El Pomar Plaza. UCCS Chief of Police Dwayne McCarver, Student Body President Axel Brown
At the Board of Regents meeting on Feb. 8, three new certificates were approved and can start being offered in Fall of 2024. The first certificate is a graduate certificate