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Resources for Veterans

Veteran Services

The Office of Veteran Services facilitates the recruitment and retention of veterans on the CU-Boulder campus.  It provides “one stop shopping” for counseling, support resources, and critical program information for the university’s veteran and military community.  Veteran Services also partners with off-campus organizations and programs to better serve the University’s veterans, military members, and their families. veterans.colorado.edu/

Student Veterans Association seeks to promote the success of CU-Boulder student veterans through service, leadership and scholarship. veterans.colorado.edu/getinvolved/student-veterans-america-chapter

Academic Advising

McNeill Program - a multicultural learning community that supports students' academic, personal, and professional development through their collaborative approaches to student learning, their faculty, staff and peer mentoring, and their skill building workshops. colorado.edu/sasc/mcneill

AEP - A Federal Trio Program on the CU-Boulder campus since 1986 funded under the Student Support Services Grant regulations with the federal mission to increase college retention and graduation rates for eligible students. colorado.edu/sasc/aesss

McNair - prepares selected CU-Boulder undergraduates from all ethnicities to study at the doctoral level. colorado.edu/sasc/mcnair

Tutoring - The Student Academic Success Center (SASC) is a multicultural advocacy and academic program designed to help you find a tutor in any subject.  http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/tutoring

Career Services helps CU-Boulder students and alumni plan, prepare, and promote their careers. careerservices.colorado.edu

Disability Services  provides students with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations, and support services to participate fully in the academic environment. colorado.edu/disabilityservices/

Counseling Services supports students of the CU-Boulder campus community through individual and group counseling, outreach and prevention services. counseling.colorado.edu/

Wardenburg Health Center is the primary health care facility for CU-Boulder students located conveniently on campus. Services include primary care, psychological health, sports medicine, women’s health, and peer health education. healthcenter.colorado.edu/ 

Women’s Resource Center offers leadership opportunities to students and works in collaboration with a variety of campus and community partners. colorado.edu/WomensResourceCenter/aboutus/aboutwrc.htm