A: For assistance with housing, meals, and text book replacement, students who have been affected by the flood should stop by Off-campus Housing in UMC 313 and fill out a Flood Assistance Request form. This form will help our office assess each student's individual needs. The form can also be returned via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: Students affected by the flood who have challenges impacting their ability to attend classes and submit assignments are asked to notify their professors and instructors and let them know you have been impacted by the flood. Campus administrators have asked faculty to adopting special, reasonable and appropriate accommodations for students impacted by the flood.
If you cannot make it to campus, please contact Student Affairs at email@example.com or call us at 303-492-8476.
A. Please bring damaged items to the Norlin Library circulation desk as soon as possible. If items have been destroyed and discarded or washed away, please contact Norlin Library Circulation by Oct. 4: firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-7477 or stop by in person. There will be no fines for overdue or lost items resulting from the floods.
A. Students who qualify (qualification is made through the Off Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations) are eligible to receive 30 meals for two weeks at no charge. Students need to go to the Off-Campus table outside of Bookstore in the UMC Monday (9/16) through Wednesday (9/18) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A. Yes – as we have available space. Students may be housed on campus for either short term or long term needs based on available space. Students need to complete a housing application at the Occupancy Management office in Suite 300 Center for Community.
A. Go to the resources table in the UMC outside Baby Does for information, or call off-campus housing and neighborhood relations at 303-492-7053.
A: For information on getting to campus, please visit the Getting to Campus page.