United States, Colorado

Established in 1876, the University of Colorado is a public research university, named after the city of Boulder, Colorado, USA. The institute is a flagship university of Colorado University System, it offers 60 majors and pre-professional programs leading to undergraduate arts degree to more than 2000 students each year. The R1 research university is called-out for its excellent tutelage in a foreign culture, global health, journalism, music, theatre, psychology, sociology and visual communication. The varsity athletic team of the institute is known as ‘Colorado Buffaloes’ and it competes in 10 intercollegiate games.

Campus Life

The 600-acre campus is nestled in the rural setting of Boulder County in the state of Colorado. There are more than 50 student clubs and organizations on cultural, social, educational and recreational subjects. Music, theatre and dance are an integral part of Luther culture, students can build and join band, choral, jazz, orchestra, chamber ensembles, theatre and dance groups. Furthermore, the University of Colorado encourages students to participate in intramurals, varsity sports, health and wellness centre. The college provides an on-campus living for students with multiple dining options. Students at university are involved in the weekly college newspaper, radio station and yearbook.

Noted Alumni

The University of Colorado has built a global alumni network in the span of 144 years. Some of the notable alumnae names include Mongolian President- Tsakhiaginn Elbegdorj; Liberian President- Ellen Johnson Sirleaf; Wiley Rutledge and Byron White- two associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States; Indian-American astronaut Kalpana Chawla; Monty Miranda- filmmaker and director.