Oasis is a network of students seeking meaningful connections through a sober lifestyle. Join us to make friends, gather support, impact the university in meaningful ways, and connect with others who wish to create a vibrant community free from the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Please join us if you are in recovery from an addiction. You are welcome if you don’t or have never used drugs or alcohol, or if you want to experience a sober evening and see another side to life. Oasis is open to CU students wanting to make connections through means other than drugs or alcohol while harnessing a desire to live well.
Together, we can support each other in our efforts to successfully pursue academic, personal, and professional goals. Read about what people are saying on our Testimonials page.
Oasis meets Fridays at 3 PM at the University Memorial Center (UMC), Room 102. Click this link for a campus map.
Oasis builds vital community dedicated to meaningful connections, healthy activities, and sober events.
Click here to learn about our wonderful maté social circles.
Live Free Weekend: Living alcohol, marijuana, drug-free - September 19th - 23rd, 2013. Click the link below for more details:
For more informaiton or to request to be added to the Oasis listserv , contact Matthew Tomatz, firstname.lastname@example.org, (303) 492-1397.