Continuing Education Important Dates
|Oct 31 ||Continuing Education Spring Enrollment Begins |
|Dec 19 ||CE Online Flexible Enrollment Begins |
|Jan 10 ||ACCESS/Nondegree Registration Begins |
|Jan 16 ||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – University Closed |
|Jan 23 ||CE Full Session/Session 1 Classes Begin |
|Jan 31 ||Nontraditional Student Spring Scholarship Deadline |
|Feb 20 ||CE 10-week Session Classes Begin |
|Feb 24 ||Spring Fees Waiver Form Deadline |
|Mar 9 ||Session 1 CE Online Credit Courses End |
|Mar 13 ||Session 2 CE Online Credit Courses Begin |
|Mar 27-31 ||Spring Break (No Classes; University Closed Friday, March 25) |
|May 4 ||CE Full Session/10-week Session and Session 2 Classes End |
Tuition Due Dates
Bills become available in Buff Portal (CUBill&Pay for authorized payers) by the second Thursday of each month after you register for classes. Payment is due on the 5th of the following month. Postmarks and post-dated checks are not honored. Dates may be subject to change without notice.
See the Bursar’s Office website for important dates.
Add, Drop, and Withdrawal Info
Enrolled students must add or drop courses by the dates and deadlines listed in their program’s academic calendar. You may add, drop, or withdraw via Buff Portal or Class Search using the instructions outlined under Review Your Registration Actions. You may also submit an online withdrawal form or send an email to email@example.com.
If you fail to drop by the deadline you may receive a grade of F and you may be liable for any tuition and fees. You may withdraw from a credit course after the published drop deadline. Withdrawals will result in a W on your academic record.
Administrative Drop Policy
If you do not attend your courses regularly during the first week through the last day to drop, you may be administratively dropped. Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal. If you have questions, check with your instructor or contact us.
Grade Replacement Policy
Beginning Spring 2022, you may be eligible for grade replacement if you are a degree-seeking or nondegree student at CU Boulder who earned a C- or lower (undergrads), or a C+ or lower (grad students) in your most recent prior attempt of a course (W grades don’t count). Law students are not eligible for grade replacement. Learn more about CU Boulder’s grade replacement policy.
If you have questions about the policy, contact the CE Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule an appointment.