University of Colorado Campus Resources

 

The Writing Center: Norlin Library Commons

Assistance with structure, grammar, stylistic concerns in paper writing (not content). Free to CU students. Appointments in person or online at http://rich76.com/ucb/

Tutoring: Residence Halls or Student Academic Services Center, Fleming 141

Students living on-campus have Academic Support Resdents in their residence hall who can arrange free tutoring in most subjects. Any student may find a tutor via the Student Academic Services Center: http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/tutors/ Students on the GI Bill should check with the Veterans Educational Benefits office (Regent 1B77) regarding financial assistance.

NorlinLibrary:

Free hour-long sessions offer broad overviews of the library, information on citations and RSS, images, and closing up the semester with finding edata and maps. The web site is: http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/services/instruction/dropin/index.htm

General Study Skills: Student Academic Services Center, Fleming 141

Any student may attend the free workshops on note-taking skills, test-taking and exam preparation, time management, etc. These are held throughout the semester, and the schedule is available here: http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/services/workshops.html

Specific Subjects:

Economics: http://www.colorado.edu/Economics/undergraduate/tutorial-lab.pdf

Math: http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/mcneill/courses/math/

Also check for the Math departments online tutoring hours: https://www.cusys.edu/academicaffairs/onlinetutoring/index.htm

Physics: http://capa.colorado.edu/cgi-bin/HelpRoom

Spanish: http://spanish.colorado.edu/General/la-mesa-espa-nola.html

Computer-Based Skills: OIT Workshops

Any CU student may take advantage of short workshops to learn powerpoint, excel, web design, and more. Sign up is available athttp://oit.colorado.edu/support-training

Counseling: Counseling and Psychological Services, Center for Community (C4C) S440

Walk-in services are available 9 AM to 4 PM, M-F. After hours assistance is available at (303) 492-6766. Additionally, Psychological and Psychiatric help is available at the Wardenburg Health Clinic for students on the Student Gold Health plan; call (303) 492-5654. Dennis Sedlack at the Boulder Vet Center is also a great resource. (303) 440-7306.

Disability Services: Center for Community (C4C) N200

Students must meet with a disability specialist in order to activate services or accommodations. Common accommodations may include extra time on exams, assistance with note taking ,flexible attendance, etc. Disability services assists in determining accommodations for students with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, psychiatric/psychological conditions, traumatic brain injury, physical/systemic conditions, blind/low vision, and Deaf/hard of hearing. Suggested contact: Ray Carleton (303) 735-2998.

Career Services: Center for Community (C4C) N352

Career Services has great resources to help if you are unsure about your choice of major! Walk-in hours offered every day; and appointments available at:http://careerservices.colorado.edu/public/

 Veterans Affairs: Center for Community (C4C) S430

Veterans Affairs office supplements the recruitment and retention of veterans to the Boulder campus. They provide a key point of contact for counseling and program information for the veteran/military community at CU-Boulder, while developing and maintaining productive relations with off-campus organizations and programs serving veterans. http://registrar.colorado.edu/vs/

Victims Assistance: Center for Community (C4C) S440

The Office of Victim Assistance helps you know your options and resources, as well as be a supportive place to talk about how an event has impacted you regardless of whether you identify as a victim. http://cuvictimassistance.com/