Voted CU’s and Boulder’s Best Hangout, the UMC is visited by more than 12,000 people every day who come to grab a bite to eat, enjoy free entertainment, catch some sun by the fountain or on the rooftop, shop the retail stores, study, check email, bowl, play pool, and take care of banking, printing, and mailing. With a wide variety of student services and dozens of student group offices in the building, the UMC is an exciting center for community interaction and activism. At the UMC, diversity is celebrated through food, dance, art, music, and the free exchange of ideas.
The Office of Veterans Services serves the needs of student veterans on campus as well as military members attending CU. The office provides “one-stop shopping” for counseling and program information and supplements other campus units by placing special emphasis on the recruitment and retention of veterans at CU-Boulder.
Wardenburg Health Center is a comprehensive on-campus health care facility specializing in the needs of CU students. All fee-paying students and their spouses/domestic partners may use the health center, regardless of insurance coverage. However, Wardenburg will only bill the university-sponsored health plans. Wardenburg offers medical care, psychological and psychiatric care, women’s health services, sports medicine services, diagnostic services, health education resources, and a pharmacy. Wardenburg is centrally located on campus near Imig Music.
CU-Boulder wireless access can be found in nearly every building on campus, in popular campus life locations, and in most residence halls. To access the wireless network: