CU-Boulder Alumni Association Hosts Second Annual Camp Colorado

first_img Published: July 22, 2001 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Approximately 350 incoming first year students at the University of Colorado at Boulder will participate in the second annual Camp Colorado on Aug. 20-22 to learn more about CU-Boulder traditions. According to camp organizer Matthew Hiser, CU alumni association director of student relations, students will travel to the Snow Mountain Ranch YMCA Camp outside of Winter Park for activities designed to introduce them to CU-Boulder traditions, the Rocky Mountains and fellow classmates. Annie Kaiser, class of 2004, participated in the camp last year. She said that “Camp Colorado was the best thing CU could have done for me and other incoming `fresh-people.’ ” Last year’s events included team building activities, a 100-year look at the history of CU, a professor panel, a freshman finance workshop presented by the MBNA Credit Card Group and a special workshop on CU’s alma mater and fight song presented by CU cheerleaders. Similar activities are being planned for this year’s camp. College of Arts and Sciences students who will have attended orientation before Aug. 20 were sent invitations to participate. Registration cost is $150, which includes lodging, transportation and meals. Students interested in attending this year’s Camp Colorado are encouraged to register early because space is limited. Camp Colorado is organized by the CU Alumni Association. For additional information contact Matthew Hiser at (303) 735-2677 or email [email protected]last_img

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