Resources: Student Services

Alumni Association

As an incoming student, you are part of the Alumni Association’s initiative called Forever Buffs. As a Forever Buff you are part of a strong alumni and student network. You and CU alumni have much in common, especially sharing Buff spirit, which will open doors for you throughout your life. Membership in the Herd, the student arm of the Alumni Association, also is a great way to engage with other students and celebrate being a Buff. With 5,000 members, it’s one of the strongest student groups in the country.

Banking

When choosing a bank, take time to consider a few things. Most financial institutions issue debit cards for their customers to use at ATMs. Elevations Credit Union ATMs are non-surcharging to members and are located around campus. Consult with your bank for their locations around town. If you’re making a purchase or paying a bill on campus, checks are usually accepted with two forms of identification (one must be a current Buff OneCard). Regarding Boulder banks, to cash a check you must have an account at that bank. Make sure to ask your bank about overdraft protection as well.

Buff OneCard

Your Buff OneCard is your key to all kinds of services and events here at CU. It is your official university identification and as a student or employee you are required to carry it with you whenever you are on campus. Your Buff OneCard should be presented upon the request of any university official. See also Student Identification. For additional questions relating to your student ID, you can visit the Buff OneCard Office.  www.buffonecard.com  |  Center for Community N180  |  303-492-0355

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.

Child Care

The Children’s Center (303-492-6185) serves the children of university residents, students, staff and faculty. Additionally, CU-Boulder Human Resources provides employees with access to Sittercity, an online platform that connects employees to pre-screened babysitters, nannies, elder care providers, tutors, pet care providers and housekeeping services.

 

Conflict Resolution

See Ombuds Office.

Copy Centers and Copy Machines

The Ink Spot Business Center @ UMC offers a wide variety of services including black-and-white or color copies, lamination, transparencies, reducing, enlarging, cutting, folding, collating, and binding. Also, the Campus Printing Initiative (CPI) operates and maintains paid printing within computer sites and labs in partnership with the Buff OneCard Office.  www.colorado.edu/imagingservices

Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services offers counseling programs and activities for all CU-Boulder students. All contacts are confidential. The center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday. In the event of an emergency during working hours, you may call our main number and press "2" for immediate professional assistance.  counseling.colorado.edu | Center for Community S440 | 303-492-6766

Crises

From time to time, we all have difficulties with our personal relationships, social life, classes, or finances. As a result, we may feel depressed or anxious without being able to link these feelings to a single problem. Other crises arise when we are victims of physical assault, harassment, or discrimination; have a serious substance abuse problem; or feel violent or suicidal. If you find yourself in a crisis, don’t hesitate to call the Office of Victim Assistance at 303-492-8855 for free and confidential assistance.

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