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Career Services
Center for Multicultural Affairs
Chancellor's Committee on Women (CCW)
Childcare Resources Website (Work Life Resources)
Community Health
Counseling and Psychological Services
CU Lactation Room Locations
Disability Services
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Resource Center
Gender Neutral Bathrooms on Campus
Night Ride
The Office of Diversity, Equality, and Community Engagement
Office of Victim Assistance
Sittercity
Student Services
Veteran Services
Wardenburg Health Center
Women and Gender Studies Program

STI/HIV Testing Information

Specifc For Graduate Students

The Graduate School
UGGS Resources


Career Services
Career Services helps CU Boulder students and alumni plan, prepare, and promote their careers. We also partner with local and national employers to bring a variety of internships and jobs to our qualified applicant pool. Our web pages are brimming with career-related advice and resources. We are here to help you succeed!
Website: http://careerservices.colorado.edu/public/

Center for Multicultural Affairs
The Center for Multicultural Affairs seeks to promote the academic, personal, and professional success of all students through innovative programs and services. CMA provides a welcoming place where students and other university members can express themselves. Advocacy, advising, mentoring services, and programs offered are designed to help students empower themselves to explore, develop, and realize their academic, personal, and cultural strengths, as well as help them make valuable connections within the university community.
Website: http://cma.colorado.edu/

Chancellor's Committee on Women (CCW)
CCW is an informed advocate for all women on the campus. In May 2005, the CCW completed its most recent report, "Improving the Campus Environment for Women." Click here for a pdf version of the report.

Childcare Resources Website (Work Life Resources)
CU is comitted to providing coordinated information, resources, and referrals for families. Our goal is to help families find quality child-care, eldercare, parenting information, and family services support.
Website: http://hr.colorado.edu/CuCares/Pages/default.aspx

Community Health
Community Health provides resources and information on topics regarding consensual sex, gender role socialization, gender violence, bystander intervention training, healthy relationships, sexual violence, stalking, ally development skill building, and more. Community Health is a division of Wardenburg Health Center.
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/healthcenter/

Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a safe, confidential environment and professional counselors for CU students. CAPS also hosts a variety of support groups. Every student gets six free counseling sessions each semester, so take advantage of them!
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/sacs/counseling/
(Click here to view the list of CAPS support groups, including the Body Image Group and a Coping With Anxiety group.)

CU Lactation Room Locations
There are several locations on campus for nursing mothers with lactation needs:

Location 1. Center for Community - A lactation room is located onthe 4th floor adjacent to the gender neutral bathroom. It is open to faculty, staff, and students.

Location 2: Engineering Center - A lactation room for new moms is located in DLC 201. This room, available to engineering faculty, staff, and students, has a deska nd a chiar, a microwave, and supplies such as paper towels, hand sanitizer, and disinfecting wipes. If you would like to use this room please contact JoAnn Zelasko at (303)-492-7220 or joann.zelasko@colorado.edu.

Location 3: Law School - A lactation room is located within the batroom on the first floor. This is a closed off space which includes a rocking chair. It is open to faculty, staff, and students.
(Campus map)

Disability Services
Disability Services provides tools, reasonable accomodations, and support services to students with disabilities in order to allow them to participate fully in the academic environment. DS is also concerned with promoting an accessible and culturally sensitive campus through outreach and by building partnerships within the university community and beyond.
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices/

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Resource Center
The mission of the GLBTQ Resource Center is to promote equal opportunity for successful academic, social and personal development for all GLBTQ students, staff, faculty and their allies in a safe and supportive environment.
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/GLBTQRC/

Gender Neutral Bathrooms on Campus
CU Boulder has a number of gender neutral (unisex) bathrooms. If you have any questions, discover any restrooms that are not on this list, or notice any errors, please contact Mary Ann Sergeant at Mary.Seargant@colorado.edu or call (303)492-0680.
Click to view the list of gender neutral bathrooms on campus.

Night Ride
CU NightRide is a student-operated program dedicated to meeting the safety needs of CU students, faculty, and staff by providing night-time transportation to support a safe academic and socially responsble environment both on campus and in the community.
Website: http://umc.colorado.edu/quicklinks/nightridePurpose.html

Sittercity
Sittercity helps find experienced babysitters and nannies in your area. Free for staff and graduate students.
Website: http://www.sittercity.com/

Student Services
CU Boulder provides a variety of services to assist students as they progress in their collegiate careers--from comprehensive academic support such as tutoring and study skills training; to conflict resoluction and counseling services; to off-campus housing, financial aid, and career placement assistance. Our comprehensive student-specific services are designed to help students meet the challenges of a rigorous university experience, enabling them to reach their fullest potential and to prepare for successful lives after they graduate.
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/students/services.html

The Office of Diversity, Equality, and Community Engagement
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement (ODECE) coordinates campus initiatives and programs to promote diversity and inclusive excellence.
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/odece/

Office of Victim Assistance
The Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) works toward a safer, more socially just and supportive campus community by providing culturally relevant trauma response and prevention services. OVA provides free, confidential response services and short-term counseling for students, faculty, staff and their significant others who experience traumatic, disturbint, or disruptive life events.
Website: http://cuvictimassistance.com/

Veteran Services
The Veterans Services Office at the University of Colorado assists veterans in
making the transition into the campus environment by providing them with services
such as counseling, program information for the veteran/military community,
helping them apply for their VA educational benefits, and offers recognition to the
sacrifices they have made for their fellow countrymen.  

Weekly Events:
-Military to College Support Group: Every Monday 4-5pm
-Succeeding in College with Chronic Pain and other Stress: Every Wednesday 4-
5pm
-Connecting Female Veterans Group: Every Thursday 5:15-6pm
-Yoga for Vets: Every Wednesday 5-6pm
-Academic Advising: Every Thursday 2-5pm
Websites: http://www.colorado.edu/veterans/ and http://www.facebook.com/CUBoulderSVA

Wardenburg Health Center
Wardenburg is the primary health care facility for CU students located conveniently on campus. Our services include primary care, psychological health, sports medicine, and women's health.
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/StudentAffairs/healthcenter/

Women and Gender Studies Program
The Women and Gender Studies (WGST) Program supports the CU College of Arts and Sciences goal to preserve, interpret, and convey humane values and learning. Our undergraduate program fosters critical thinking skills applied to the study of women and gender, particularly in relation to our three key areas: race/ethnicity, sexuality, and global studies.
Website: http://wgst.colorado.edu/


 

Graduate Student Resources

The Graduate School
The Graduate School serves the community of graduate students, faculty, and staff at CU Boulder. It offers guidance on a wide array of academic, social, and financial issues, and can assist in navigating the often complex world of graduate education. Visit The Graduate School at this link: http://www.colorado.edu/GraduateSchool/

UGGS Resources for Graduate Students
This is a list of resources for graduate students provided by the United Government of Graduate Students: http://sites.google.com/site/ucbuggs/resources-for-graduate-students

 


Wardenburg:
- STI testing free for either insurance plan
Medical clinic: 303-492-5432
Women’s clinic: 303-492-2030

Community Health:
303-492-2937
HIV testing free 12-2 Mondays (UMC 411, Atlas, Koelbel)
Tuesdays 4-6 Atlas, 5-7 Darley Commons

Boulder County Public Health:
303-441-1000
3482 North Broadway, Boulder CO 80304
free for people under 20
$35 fee on a sliding scale
by appointment testing

Planned Parenthood
303.447.1040
25225 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 200, Boulder CO 80302

  • $72 fee

  • Confidential rapid testing

Boulder County AIDS Project
303.444.6121
2118 14th Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Rapid testing

  • Sliding scale services

Denver Public Health
<605 Bannock Street, Room 162, Denver, CO 80204
  • Confidential or anonymous rapid testing

  • Fee depends on county of residence:

    • Free for residents of Denver, Adams, Douglas, and Arapahoe

    • Up to a $65 fee for residents of other counties

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