With the Flatirons in the background, the University of Colorado Boulder is a dynamic and unique community on a beautiful campus. We provide our community members the opportunity to explore a multitude of intellectual and academic options and to participate in a range of social and organizational leadership experiences. The Office of the Dean of Students supports and advocates for students, and connects them with resources essential to their ongoing success.
We’d love to get to know you, so take some time to visit our office in the Center for Community (C4C), 4th Floor, Suite S430.
If you are faculty, staff, or family unsure how to advise a student in need of support or suggestions of any kind, call the Office of the Dean of Students at 303-492-8478 for assistance and referrals. We're here to help.
Commitment to Cultural Engagement, Inclusion and Diversity
With its many centers, services and programs, the Office of the Dean of Students actively demonstrates a deep commitment to creating a climate of increasing respect, engagement, communication and empowerment for all CU-Boulder community members.
As you become acquainted with the campus, I encourage you to:
Be Informed: New Student & Family Programs, Student Conduct Code, Honor Code, Community Health, Student Legal Services, Off-Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations, Student Support & Case Management Services, Victim Assistance.
Be Involved: Gender & Sexuality Center, Cultural Unity & Engagement Center, Environmental Center, Veteran Services, Volunteer Resource Center, CU Student Government, United Government of Graduate Students
Learn more about Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Akirah Bradley.