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Academic Resources

Norlin Library, University of Colorado Boulder campus

Get the most out of every semester by taking advantage of these valuable resources:

Academic Advising

Academic advising helps to ensure you get the most out of every semester. Each college and school has its own advising program. Read more >

PreProfessional Advising Center

Provides support to students preparing for careers in medical sciences, health professions, and law. Interested students should establish a credentials file with the Center to take full advantage of this resource. Find out more >

  • PreHealth Advising
  • PreLaw Advising

Student Academic Success Center

The Student Academic Services Center is a multicultural academic learning community, serving low income and first generation college students by providing direct and supplemental instruction, learning and emotional support, academic skills training, curriculum development, mentoring, and outreach and partnerships with colleagues across campus. Learn more >

Writing Center

The Writing Center, offered by the Program of Writing and Rhetoric, provides free services to CU students, faculty, staff, and alumni. It offers writers from across all majors and skill levels the opportunity to work one-on-one with consultants trained in writing pedagogy. Writing Center sessions strive to address writers' stated needs while attending to relevant disciplinary, rhetorical, grammatical, and stylistic concerns. Consultants provide feedback and advice that promote writers' abilities to communicate successfully and think critically in the complex and changing environments of the university, the workplace, and society. Learn more >
 

Technology on Campus

Supports your use of technology on campus and helps you develop the skills necessary for a career in this evolving information age. Learn more >

Career Planning and Internships

Offers support in career planning, internships, and assistance in finding employment while in school and after you graduate. Resources are available year-round to CU-Boulder students and alumni. Discover more >

University Libraries

The largest library collection in the Rocky Mountain region, with more than 11 million books, periodicals, government publications, microforms, audio-visual materials, maps, manuscripts, papers, artifacts, and computer-based resources. Go to site >

Disability Services

Students with disabilities are encouraged to participate fully in academic, cultural, and social activities on campus. The university is dedicated to full inclusion and equal access for all students. Learn more >

Academic Calendar

Find CU-Boulder's important academic dates, school holidays, and links to calendars for Registrar's and Bursar's Offices. Go >