Campus support resources: Confidential counseling centers at CU-Boulder

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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 303.492.6766
  • Free confidential counseling for CU students
  • Walk-In hours are Monday - Friday, 10 AM - 4 PM
  • Also has groups and workshops
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) 303.492.3020
  • Free confidential counseling for CU staff and faculty
  • Provides assistance to faculty and staff for personal or work-related concerns
  • Also has groups and workshops
Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) 303.492.8855
  • Free, confidential counseling, advocacy, information and referrals for ALL CU community members, students, staff, faculty and their significant others
  • Specialize in life disruptive events, including, but not limited to crime, gender violence, grief, bias motivated incident, harassment and violence
Wardenburg’s Psychological Health and Psychiatry (PHP) 303.492.5654
  • A mental health clinic at Wardenburg Health Center
  • A confidential place for students to come and talk about their concerns
  • Fees may apply

Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) 303.492.5667
http://cma.colorado.edu/

  • Multiculturally responsive programming to promote community building and mentorship opportunities across university affiliate groupings (student/staff/faculty)
  • Diversity Consultations, Workshops, Trainings and Community Celebrations
  • Peer mentors

Disability Services 303.492.8671
www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices/

  • Provide students with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations and support services to participate fully in the academic environment.
  • Learn self-advocacy and create a network of resources.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Queer (GLBTQ) Resource Center 303.492.1377
www.colorado.edu/GLBTQRC/  

  • Provide skills to create a safer space for GLBT students within the university community
  • Promotes leadership development for GLBT and ally students via student leadership retreats, workshops, and convening the Queer Student Leader Coalition.
  • Provides information dissemination and referral; educational, cultural and social programming; advocacy and voice for the GLBT community

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) (303) 492-8057
www.colorado.edu/oie/isss/

  • Institutional responsibility for international students once they are admitted to CU
  • Help departments bring in visiting scholars and researchers to CU
  • Help answer questions concerning their legal status or other issues pertinent to their stay at CU
  • Act as liaison with CU and community members-especially during difficult times
  • Manage bias motivated incidents and educate faculty on the needs of Jewish students
  • Foster inclusiveness and offer support and programming across multiple identities
  • Consult with Legal Counsel as necessary around freedom of speech issues

Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) 303.492.8855
http://cuvictimassistance.com

  • Free, confidential counseling, advocacy, information and referrals for ALL CU community members, students, staff, faculty and their significant others
  • Specialize in life disruptive events, including, but not limited to crime, gender violence, grief, bias motivated incident, harassment and violence

Veteran Services 303.492.7322
http://veterans.colorado.edu

  • Provide a key point of contact for information for the veteran/military community
  • Establish and operate an informal veterans support group
  • Assist in the transition from the military to campus life
  • Develop an informal mentoring program for student veterans

Student Outreach Retention Center for Equity (SORCE) 303. 492.1371
www.colorado.edu/SORCE/

  • Represent the underrepresented and provide retention workshops for current students
  • Outreach to underrepresented communities from K-12 while encouraging higher education
  • Host events: Chili pots, Ralphie’s Roundup, Chauncey’s Roundup, Open Mic-Nites, Student Olympics

Women’s Resource Center (WRC) 303.492.5713
www.colorado.edu/WomensResourceCenter/

  • Peer groups for people with shared interests or identities
  • A supportive, women-centered space where students, faculty, staff and community can hang out, network, build community, and gain strength from one another
  • Staff and volunteers engage in policy work to improve women's equity on campus, dedicated to providing information and assistance in order to improve women's ability to self-advocate

Jewish Affairs, 303.492.5816
http://jewishaffairs.colorado.edu/

 
Learn more about CU-Boulder's counseling, advocacy and other resources at http://www.colorado.edu/deanofstudents/student-concerns
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