The Busch School continues to prepare for in-person instruction and student life this fall.  We are hard at work to prepare a safe environment that is conducive to your learning. 

Our Plan for Fall 2020

On July 31, President John Garvey announced a plan for Fall 2020. That plan limits the number of students who can reside on campus and take classes in person. Priority will be given to freshmen (and transfers with fewer than 30 college credits). They will move into the residence halls as planned. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors will not be able to live on campus this fall, and will take all of their classes online. Please check back to this page often for updated information related to this plan. 

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Your Busch School Experience

  • Academic Services

    • “Pop-up” advising will be available in Maloney Hall and via Zoom.  Any remote students will be able to schedule appointments virtually.  Schedule an appointment here.
    • All forms and requests can be submitted here via our online forms.
  • Career Development

    • Tackling virtual communication more directly this summer has increased access to more company partners than ever before! The Career Development Team is opening doors to connect you with more employers and alumni looking for interns, part-time workers, and project-based micro interns who otherwise would not be able to physically recruit on campus in the past. Employers are excited to engage with you and are able to given the structure of remote webinars and panels. 
    • The Career Development Team continues virtual career coaching and employer panels throughout the summer and plans to continue these offerings this fall. Here is a link to a job search strategy webinar hosted by the Career Development Team earlier this summer. There is a webinar on Finding a Fall Internship on 7/30 (register here) and a webinar on Academic Specializations and Your Career Path on 8/13 (register here). 
    • We have also engaged employers on your behalf in a virtual career fair this summer and are planning mock interviews and networking opportunities virtually this fall, which increases your access to employers and finding meaningful work. 
    We are excited to support you in your pursuit of meaningful work!
  • Student Experience

    We are happy to share that our regular programs and activities will continue. We will follow the University's guidelines for hosting programs and activities in person and virtually, in order to continue fostering an enriching and engaging experience for our business students beyond the classroom.

    We are looking forward to continuing our flagship programs like Busch Mentors, Dean’s Student Advisory Council and Busch Ambassadors. We will have in person, virtual, and blended opportunities for our students to participate in these programs along with other activities and events. Mentors and mentees will meet one-on-one, in person, and virtually. DSAC will continue to work with Dean Abela to strengthen our Busch School community, and Busch Ambassadors will have the opportunity to represent our school at in-person and virtual events. 

    We will continue to publish The Compass, the Busch School’s weekly newsletter where we will highlight upcoming Student Experience, Academic Advising, and Career Development opportunities we will be offering, both in person and virtually during the fall semester. 

    We are excited to CU soon and welcome you back this fall!

  • Incoming Business Students

    To help incoming business students prepare over the summer, we compiled the following key academic information.

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