The CUCRC provides a supportive student community, free support meetings, sober social events, recovery coaching, resources and referrals. Learn more what the CU Collegiate Recovery Community has to offer.
There are a lot of different ways to find support at the CUCRC. Our doors are open to all who are in recovery or seeking support, to those who choose to live a sober lifestyle, and to allies of those in recovery.
Our program staff have over 30 years combined experience of working with young people in the field of addiction and recovery and provide a safe, non-judgmental place to talk with someone and find support.
Support Meetings in the CUCRC are open to all unless otherwise noted. Schedule subject to change during campus holidays and winter/spring break.
Meetings are held in the CU Collegiate Recovery Center in UMC room 102, in the hall to the left of the bowling alley. If you are interested in holding a meeting in the CUCRC, contact us at email@example.com or call 303-492-9642.
"This is my new home, I found my campus family!" - L., 3 years sober