Angelina Sicola, a sophomore at UCCS was strangled in her apartment in 2013. After almost 2 years her mother is putting up a 10,000 dollar reward for information leading to the capture of her daughters killer.
The Colorado Springs Gazette wrote about UCCS faculty member Tom Wynn and his designation as a distinguished faculty member.
UCCS staff member Jessie Pocock along with 2 other non profit leaders was awarded the Lottie Prize for her work as the development and events professional at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' Galleries of Contemporary Art.
The University of Colorado's Board of Regents approved two new degrees — a master's of studies in law and a bachelor of science in technology, arts and media — which the Boulder campus expects to offer starting next fall.
CU Board of Regents at UCCS to discuss CU System policy and possible policy changes. The university's financial connection to fossil fuels was the main topic of the Wednesday public meeting. The Board will reconvene tomorrow in Berger Hall.
The CSBJ wrote an article about the lack of female interest Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in America. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, program manager for UCCS’ Center for STEM Education speaks on what needs to be done to create change.
Emerald Ridge senior Jessica Davis made her commitment to the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs official Tuesday night in Puyallup, WA.
Jessica Ridge, a standout volleyball player from Emerald Ridge HS has signed a Letter of Intent to play at UCCS. Jessica's great-grandfather invented the document for high school athletes to finalize their choice of university in 1964
CU Board of Regents are coming to the UCCS this week to discuss system wide policy along with roposed upgrades to Engineering Center, Carlson Gymnasium part of plan to reduce $439M maintenance backlog
UCCS was mentioned in an Examiner article about college campuses anti rape protocol