Glen Gallegos

The University of Colorado system has been a center for self-development and spreading knowledge among the youth since the end of the XIX century. Local teens dreamed of becoming  students of either CU system university and received the best education available in the state. Since that time, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus has become the most fast-growing сampuses of the CU system, offering thirty undergraduate programs, nineteen graduate programs, and five doctoral studies options. Today, it is home to 12,000 students from Colorado and other states who learn from the best educators and experts in their fields of study.

Lately, the CU system launched a university essay writing service in the walls of CU Colorado Springs. This is to help undergraduates and graduate students to boost their productivity study and have more free time for extracurriculars, volunteering, and social life. Every recent graduate is invited to join the service as an essay writer. Thus, if you want to help incoming freshmen with their homework or term projects, you can apply for a writer position and start mentoring the students. Also, if you are already working for any writing company, you can combine this work with your regular job.

This is how it looks

First of all, students will register on the service website. They will provide their contact details so that you could reach out to them when they ask for your help. All of them will be required to fill out the form explaining what kind of assistance they need. After that, we will start searching for free writers to carry out the task.

Once we choose you as a tutor for the student, you will be notified. In the chat on the service website, you will be able to communicate with them. To avoid misunderstanding, we will ask you to chat mostly in this messenger. Once all the details are clear, you will be able to start working on the project or an assignment.

Please let us know when your materials for the student are ready. We will notify them, and they will text you for an appointment. After you agreed on the time of the study session, we will invite you to the private online classroom where you will be able to present your findings. Upon the session, both of you will be asked to leave feedback on your cooperation.

The idea of such a university study service belongs to Glen Gallegos who is going to be re-elected for the next term as a CU Regent. Below, you can find out more about him and his activities during the preceding term. If you would like to support him this time, do not hesitate to participate in the elections.

University of Colorado Regent and Grand Junction resident, Glen Gallegos has announced that he will seek re-election in November, 2018. Gallegos has proven to be a valuable member during his first term. He has used his experience as a teacher, coach, public school administrator and businessman to help guide the CU system into becoming one of the best public university systems in the nation.

In addition, he has represented the third congressional district to establish partnerships between communities, local universities, K-12 educational systems, hospitals, legislators and CU. Glen’s ability to ask the tough questions and the leadership to move people to the right decisions and his experience and knowledge of the University will be helpful to CU and the challenges it faces. Glen is looking forward to your support and re-election to a second term.


About Glen

Glen Gallegos is a former educator and retired president of operations at a family owned construction company. A Republican from Grand Junction, Glen was elected to the Board in 2013 and represents Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.

Gallegos worked for 26 years as a teacher, coach, principal and Executive Director of Instruction for Eagle and Mesa County school districts. He retired in 1997 and joined the family construction business, The Gallegos’s Corporation, as President of Operations overseeing multiple projects in five states and a workforce of 1,000.

While on the Board of Regents, Gallegos has been extremely active in ensuring that the rural third district and students are represented. Glen has not missed a Regents meeting  has attended the majority of graduations on the four campuses, has listed a personal cell phone number and e-mail in order to hear from constituents, has visited multiple communities and brought CU personnel to various communities. In addition, Gallegos has served as chair of the Audit Committee twice, The Capital Construction Committee, twice, The Intercollegiate Athletic Committee, Vice Chair of the Board and currently is the Regent’s representative to the hospital board.

Gallegos served on the Colorado Mesa University Board of Trustees appointed by Governor Bill Owens, is currently on the President’s advisory Council at Colorado Mesa University. He is also a Club 20 member and serves on the Governor’s statewide Education Council.  Gallegos is a native Coloradan, born in the San Luis Valley and attended school in Eagle County. He is the first College graduate in his family with degrees from Mesa Junior College, Western State University, The University of Northern Colorado and Post Doctoral work at the University of Denver. Gallegos and his wife, Diane, have been married for 43 years and have four children and three grandchildren. They live in Grand Junction.

First Term Highlights

  1. Low tuition and fees; about 3% the last three years.
  2. Record Student /enrollment; full campuses/ diversity without sacrificing standards.
  3. Record Research Dollars; 1.034 billion.
  4. Record private philanthropy; 382 million in 2017.
  5. Graduation Rate; Monitored yearly. Positive yearly results.
  6. Satisfaction survey; 95% of CU graduates are pleased with their education and opportunities a CU degree has provided.
  7. 3-5 year budget models instituted: Allows for future planning
  8. $165 million  addition to Folsom field; Most paid through fundraising dollars.
  9. CMU/CU engineering program expansion. Added Civil Engineering to already successful electrical engineering.
  10. Anschutz Medical Center; Promote health care for all Colorado residents and communities.
  11. Pre-Collegiate Programs; Program expanded in many school districts to prepare students for college. Seeing incredible results in the quality of in-state students applying.
  12. Lobbying efforts between CU and other legislators; Broadband, Campus freedom of speech legislation.
  13. Identification of over 300 CU programs across the state. CU is visible and relevant in rural Colorado.
  14. Increase in number of students from CD 3 schools attending a CU campus.
  15. Did away with the 4/20 marijuana celebration on CU; Boulder campus.
  16. Safety on Campus. Surveys done to assess issues. Now into a third year of implementing strategies.
  17. Free speech/Academic Freedom protected on campuses.
  18. Productivity study by all campuses. Studied all course offerings/ based on study. Courses no longer effective were dropped. New courses added go through process before they are added.
  19. Continued emphasis on efficiencies. Save an average of 3-5 million per year.

In a second term I will continue to fight for:

  1. Affordable tuition and fees
  2. Accessibility to a CU campus for all Colorado Students and Citizens
  3. Quality Education
  4. Representation of the third Congressional District
  5. A University that reflects and respects the diversity of students
  6. Promote and protect a free exchange of ideas in classrooms and throughout each campus. 
Experience and Expertise count! In a large complex organization like CU, that is so critical to families and the state, there is no time for “on the job training”  My background and experience and success in everything I have done  make me the logical choice to be re-elected to another term. I will continue to work hard for the third district and the people of Colorado. I am asking for your support.