Being a law student can be challenging, but we are here to support you in any way we can. Please feel free to contact the Student Affairs Team anytime and let us know how we can help. We are committed to helping you succeed both professionally and personally.
The tabs below list some services that may be of interest to you. In addition, all law students have access to a variety of great resources on the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU-Boulder) campus. These include:
For additional information about student life at the CU-Boulder campus, visit the Student Life main page.
CU has adopted a policy of mandatory health insurance coverage for all CU students. The Wardenburg Health Center is an on-campus facility that provides medical and mental health services. In addition to free flu shots for all CU students, Wardenburg also offers other free or discounted services, including massages, acupuncture, and counseling.
Students with disabilities are encouraged to participate fully in campus academic, cultural, and social activities. In addition to providing support services to students with disabilities, the University is increasing accessibility to academic buildings and residence halls on campus. As the University continues to remove physical barriers, attitude barriers on campus also are being addressed. Working with Affirmative Action and Services, Disability Services is organizing a training program on disability issues for members of the University community.
For more information, contact:
N200 Center for Community
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The Colorado Law Student Parents Group is comprised of students who are juggling the competing demands of law school and parenting at the same time. Visit the Student Parents page to learn more about the group and to get resources for CU Law parents.
CU’s International Student and Scholar Services in the Office of International Education is responsible for international students once they are admitted to CU-Boulder. They can answer questions for prospective students, current students, and scholars regarding housing, financial aid, cultural adjustments, visas, taxes, embassies, and ESL classes.
The CU Office of Discrimination and Harassment (ODH) enforces the CU Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedures and the Policy on Conflict of Interest in Cases of Amorous Relationships. ODH addresses all complaints of discrimination and harassment based upon race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation including gender expression, or veteran status when the alleged harasser is an employee. If the alleged harasser is a student, the complaint will be addressed by the Office of Student Conduct.