The Student Recreation Center is a student-fee-funded service managed by the University of Colorado Student Government (CUSG). The Rec is open seven days a week and has an auxiliary site at Williams Village. Approximately 3,000–5,000 students use the Rec on a daily basis. Visit the website for a complete listing of the facilities and programs offered, including four premier programs: fitness and wellness, club sports, intramurals, and the outdoor program. www.colorado.edu/recreation
The Buff OneCard is your official CU-Boulder student ID to be used for your entire career at CU-Boulder. The card is required as official verification of eligibility for many student privileges, including access to residence hall buildings, the Student Recreation Center, all campus libraries, Wardenburg Health Center, dining halls, tickets for athletics events, free use of RTD buses, and more. If you lose your card or believe it has been stolen call 303-492-1212 immediately to have the card deactivated. This prevents others from using it.
Colorado law prohibits persons convicted of rioting from enrolling in state-supported universities/colleges for 12 months following the date of conviction. If a student has been suspended prior to the date of conviction by the state-supported institution of higher education for the same riot activity, the 12-month suspension shall run from the start of the suspension imposed by the institution. A state-supported college may also implement its own policies and procedures or disciplinary actions regarding students involved in riots.
As a student or prospective student at CU-Boulder, you have a right to certain information pertaining to financial aid programs, crime and safety, graduation rates, athletics, and other general information such as the costs associated with attending CU-Boulder. This information is available to you at www.colorado.edu/administration/righttoknow/list.html.
Suicidal thoughts—your own or a friend’s—are cause for serious concern. Suicide is the second ranking cause of death for college-age students, and all warning signs must be taken seriously. A person who is suicidal often feels depressed, lonely, and isolated from friends and family. A change in sleep patterns, loss of interest in activities and friends, and changes in lifestyle are some additional indicators of suicidal tendencies. If you find yourself or a friend exhibiting these behaviors, seek help immediately!
What could be more fun than gliding down Boulder Creek in an inner tube with the spring sun in your face? Have fun, but be aware that in spring most Colorado creeks and rivers are high and fast and the risk of drowning may be severe. Check conditions before jumping in.
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.