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Multicultural & Diversity Resources

  • The Cultural Unity & Engagement Center will connect you with student advocates who'll get to know you and help you get to know yourself so you can pursue the path that's right for you. The CUE will put you in touch with peers and mentors whose experiences can offer useful guidance and support; and connect you with organizations that will enhance your community involvement and leadership skills. The CUE offers graduate students a conference room, meeting and study space and computer and multimedia resources.
  • Disability Services works within the CU-Boulder community to build partnerships that remove physical and attitude boundaries. Disability Services supports the needs of approximately 450 students with a variety of disabilities, including those who are blind or have low vision, deaf and hard of hearing, learning, physically, or psychologically disabled, ADHD or have experienced a traumatic brain injury. Support services include registration and academic scheduling assistance, strategy development, determining appropriate accommodations, campus networking, interpreting, and advocacy. No-cost screening appointments are available, but other testing may require a fee.
  • The Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Queer Resource Center (GLBTQRC) is here to help gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied (GLBTQIA) students at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Come by the center to check out resources, get involved, make new friends, have a quiet place to study, and more! The center offers a Graduate Student Network group for social support for gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, and transgender graduate students.
  • International Student and Scholars Services Program is the office which bears the overall institutional responsibility for international students once they are admitted to the University of Colorado at Boulder. There are five advisers in the office to advise international students and scholars on a variety of topics ranging from immigration to housing.
  • The Veterans Services Office at the University of Colorado at Boulder supplements the recruitment and retention of veterans to the Boulder campus. Veterans Services provides 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. Veterans Educational Benefits is part of the Office of The Registrar and helps eligible students apply to the Department of Veterans’ Affairs for their VA educational benefits. The office also process VA enrollment certifications for students each term.
  • The Women's Resource Center strives to create a campus environment where women will thrive. The center offers referrals and information, a resource library, a gathering place, consultation and education, advocacy, peer groups, programming, and volunteer opportunities.