Campus Resources

Through this website, the Graduate School offers the following collection of resources to help smooth the way for graduate students to enhance your quality of life and learning while you are at CU-Boulder.

  • Connections 
    Here are some ways to connect with other graduate students on-campus, online, and off-campus, locally and internationally.

New this fall!:  Learn about the new Peer Mentoring Program.

See also:

  • Professional Development
    A big resource unto itself for teaching and professional development, inside and outside of academia.

Take care of yourself. Take care of each other.

If you experience or witness abusive behaviors, harassment, research misconduct, etc. please find the proper channels to report it, so we can address it.  CU-Boulder is committed to providing a safe, collegial environment for us all. We have multiple resources available to address these types of concerns.  Two excellent starting points are:

Stay safe.

  • Campus Alertssign up to receive real-time information about campus closures, extreme weather and other emergencies--sent straight to your mobile phone or email.
  • CU-Boulder Emergency Information Line: 303-492-4636
  • Free nighttime transportation on and off campus. Available for students, faculty and staff. Call 303-492-SAFE (7233) to request service.
  • Safety tips