International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) is dedicated to helping CU’s international students have a successful academic career at CU Boulder. While the ISSS advisors are not academic advisors, ISSS strives to support our international students to the best of our ability. You can review our handout on Ideas for Academic Success. Additionally, CU Boulder has many helpful avenues of academic support, some of which are listed here.
There are many services available on campus that provide help. Many of these services are free to students with the exception of most individual tutoring programs.
Students who are non-native English speakers may find assistance from several of our ESL resources. Review them on our ESL Information web page.
Students in Transition (SiT) advisors and administrators serve as resources to student populations who need specialized advising and support including international students and exchange students. More about Students in Transition
The BOLD Center is more than just an organization; it’s also an inclusive, 24-hour computer-supported study and tutoring center and home-away-from-home for students. The BOLD Center is your place to find community, academic support, and everything you need to set you on a path to make a world of difference as an engineer. More about the BOLD Center
Counseling and Psychological Services is offering Bounce Back, a semester long group for students on academic probation (AP), who are at risk of being on AP, or who are in Continuing Education working toward reinstatement. Students can improve academic skills, rebuild their confidence, and connect with others who are going through similar experiences. They can learn better study and organization skills and explore other factors affecting academic success such as stress, finding balance, motivation, and building support, through a research based program shown to increase the likelihood of successfully getting off probation. The group will meet weekly starting the third week of the semester. More about Bounce Back
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers up to six free confidential counseling sessions every academic year as well as unlimited groups and workshops. No appointment necessary for first visit. Walkin hours: M-F 10-4. Afterhours phone services available. Refer to our website for more information and resources: More about Counseling or Psychological Services or call : 303-492-6766.
The Ombuds Office can be a valuable resource to students who are experiencing conflict with a professor, advisor, student, or other campus community members. Find out more about their services by visiting: More about Ombuds