Resources: Academic Support

Academic Calendar

On the Registrar's page you will find the following calendars and schedules: Academic CalendarRegistration and Academic CalendarFinal Exams SchedulesGrade Processing Calendar, and Student Deadlines.

Academic Honesty

The traditional concepts concerning academic integrity are standards, cheating, plagiarism, fabrication, aid of academic dishonesty, lying, bribery, threat, and sanctions. Students should consult with their instructors regarding specific standards or procedures appropriate in each given field. Infractions of academic honesty policies are under the jurisdiction of the Honor Code Council, and are governed by the Laws of the Regents, Article 4a5 and 5e5 (b). www.colorado.edu/honorcode | 303-735-2273

Academics

CU-Boulder offers 85 undergraduate majors through the College of Architecture and Planning, College of Arts and Sciences, Leeds School of Business, College of Engineering and Applied Science, College of Music, and School of Education. In addition, graduate students can choose from 70 master’s and 50 doctoral degree programs. www.colorado.edu/academics

Admission

The Office of Admissions conducts information sessions, campus tours, and daylong visits to introduce prospective students and their parents to the CU-Boulder campus. Students interested in assisting with recruitment activities can call or visit the office. www.colorado.edu/prospective | 303-492-6301

Books and Supplies

The CU Book Store is proudly owned and operated by CU-Boulder. Conveniently located on campus in the University Memorial Center, the CU Book Store offers used, rental, digital, and new textbooks, year-round textbook sellback, CU clothing and gifts, school supplies, computer hardware and software at educational prices, grab-and-go snacks and convenience items, and magazines and general books.  www.cubookstore.com  | UMC ground level | 303-492-6411 (or toll free: 800-255-9168)

Career Services

Career Services is a great place to get help with planning your career, finding an internship, and getting a job or going to graduate school. The Career Services fee you pay with your tuition covers almost everything—access to online internship and postgraduate job opportunities, admission to career and internship fairs, on-campus interviewing, employer and job-search skills presentations, professional career counseling, résumé critiques, and résumé referrals.

Center for Multicultural Affairs

The Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) is a resource to students in providing advocacy, advising, support, and mentoring services aimed at increasing community, persistence, and empowerment of all students, using a particular lens of multiculturalism and social justice. A few of the programs offered by CMA are the Peer Mentor Program, First Generation Scholars Program, Diversity Awareness Trainings, White Ally Program, and Exploring Diversity Through Film Series.

Cheating and Plagiarism

See Academic Honesty, above.

Classroom Behavior Policy

Students have a right to learn and a responsibility to participate in the learning process. Students and course instructors share a responsibility for maintaining an appropriate and orderly learning environment, and course instructors have a right to articulate clear expectations in this regard.  www.colorado.edu/policies/classbehavior.html

Closing Campus

Hazardous storms and other emergencies occasionally force the campus to close. Closures for emergencies that occur at night normally are announced by 6:00 a.m. Daytime closures or evacuations are announced as decisions are made. Information on the nature of the emergency and any necessary instructions will be posted on the main CU-Boulder website and sent via campus text alerts.  www.colorado.edu | 303-492-4636

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