Resources: Student Services

Telephones

 

In the event of an emergency, you may use any public pay telephone toll free to reach help. Dial the 9-1-1 emergency number or 0 to reach the operator. Dialing 9-1-1 from campus telephones connects you with the campus police. 

Testing

Testing Services, under the umbrella of Career Services, administers academic, admission, and exemption tests. These include national tests such as the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL-iBT), Law School Admission Test (LSAT), PRAXIS Series exams for prospective teachers, Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), and bACT-Residual. CU-Boulder institutional tests available include Core Curriculum Exemption tests in geography, upper-division written communication, QRMS, and 56 foreign languages.

Transportation

Buses. You don't need to park it—and all you need is your Buff OneCard to ride for free! Most buses run every 10 to 15 minutes during peak hours on weekdays and weekends, but schedules do vary.

Tuition and Fees

Get up-to-date information about tuition and fees, including CUBill&Pay, payment deadlines, methods of payment, refunds, tuition classification, and other specifics, at the Office of the Bursar.  bursar.colorado.edu  |  Regent Administrative Center 150  |  303-492-5381

Tutoring

Want more out of classes?Consider getting a tutor or joining a study group. If you’re an on-campus resident, the Academic Support Assistance Program (ASAP) is dedicated to helping you achieve academic success. ASAP offers a variety of small group tutoring, study sessions, and other support to connect you with the academic resources available to you.  housing.colorado.edu/resources-tips/tutoring

University Memorial Center

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.

Veterans Services

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.

Victim Assistance

The Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) provides free confidential response services for students, faculty, staff, and their significant others who experience harmful or disruptive life events.  We assist in potentially traumatic situations involving physical assault and hazing, bias-motivated incidents, gender violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, stalking, death, discrimination and harassment, and serious accidents. 

Voting

Your vote is important! Whether it’s for the University of Colorado Student Government (CUSG), local, state, or national candidates, or issues, please exercise your right to vote. If you want to register to vote in the State of Colorado, you must meet the following requirements:

Wardenburg Health Center

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.

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