Boulder is your town – Get Involved!

College life offers so much more than an education. Most schools are a melting pot of culture and ideas and offer all sorts of opportunities for getting involved. Lifelong friendships and career-boosting experiences can be gained by getting connected with campus life. Take advantage of as many new things as possible! It’s actually been proven that students who get involved are more likely to succeed academically and to complete their degree.

Whether you’re a resident student or part-time commuter, there are tons of ways to get out there and have some fun.

How do I get involved?
College is a fantastic time to explore a variety of different interests. Academics are key, but don’t forget to check out student associations and special activities. Some schools have hundreds of clubs, and if they don’t have what you want, you can probably start one. Talk to the administration. It usually just takes a willing spirit and a little coordinating to set up a place and time to gather.

So where do you start? Check it all out — clubs, Greek organizations, student government, religious groups, newspaper staff, political groups, the radio or TV station, recreation activities, band, choir, biking, special-interest groups, events on campus, off-campus projects and activities, film festivals, intramural sports, concerts, and symposiums. You name it, you can probably find it!

And there’s no better place to live in Boulder than at the Brand New Lofts on the Hill – call us today to schedule your personal tour 888-202-3839

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