Student Affairs A - Z

Below is a list of programs & departments in the Division of Student Affairs. If you are unable to find the Student Affairs contact you're looking for, please email studentaffairs@colorado.edu.

  • Assessment The office promotes effective assessment, program review, and quality improvement practices in the Division of Student Affairs
  • Bounce Back Program Helps students get back on track to academic success through better time management, organization, and by identifying the underlying causes of stress.
  • Career Services Helps students and alumni prepare for and promote their careers and connect with potential employers.
  • Conference Services Handles all the logistics of catering and dining, meeting space and help with lodging for conferences or large events.
  • Cultural Unity & Engagement Center (formerly CMA) The CUE provides guidance and support for multicultural, international and first generation students.
  • Club Sports Competitive sports league that provides students the opportunity to compete against intercollegiate teams in over 30 different sport clubs.
  • Colorado Creed Promotes the University’s values of respect, accountability, acceptance, honor, and integrity.
  • Community Health Acts as a public health division of Wardenburg by helping students develop skills to make informed choices about health for themselves and the community.
  • The Connection Offers a fun, safe place for students to unwind with bowling, pool, and a variety of comedian guests throughout the year.
  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) Educates students on psychological well-being and provides a safe and professional place for students seeking psychological help.
  • CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC) provides support for students in recovery from alcohol or drug use and other addictive behaviors who seek to live substance-free.
  • CU GOLD Inspires, supports, and educates student leaders through free leadership workshops, networking events, community service, and leadership programs.
  • CU Student Government (CUSG) CUSG’s three branches serve as the liaison between students and administration, and oversee student fees going to CUSG cost centers.
  • Cultural Events Board Strives to fill cultural voids on campus and shed light on under-represented perspectives by funding and hosting culturally relevant events.
  • Dean of Students Strengthens the community through on-campus initiatives to support students’ success and serves as the initial point of reference for student support.
  • Distinguished Speakers Board (DSB) Brings high caliber, intellectually stimulating speakers to campus.
  • Environmental Center Promotes a culture of sustainability on campus and strives for environmental restoration through innovation and education in sustainability programs.
  • Freshman Council Increases freshman involvement in the CU community by providing the freshman class a voice within CUSG.
  • GLBTQ Resource Center Promotes opportunities for GLBTQ students, staff, faculty and allies through education and social programming.
  • Greek Life Provides students with opportunities to develop leadership skills, participate in community service, and enrich their academic experience in a sorority or fraternity.
  • Honor Code Strives to teach students about the university’s values regarding academic integrity through educational outreach and an adjudication process.
  • Housing and Dining Services Oversees all campus dining and housing facilities while promoting healthy food choices and a positive living environment.
  • In the Mix Focuses on creating an active campus by hosting and promoting numerous and varied entertainment events.
  • Interactive Theatre Program (ITP) Offers professionally scripted performances that facilitate discussions on social issues to enhance community and creativity.
  • Intramural Sports Allows all students with a common sport interest to form their own teams and compete against other intramural teams at CU.
  • KVCU Radio 1190 Enhance listeners’ knowledge of music culture by offering a wide variety of eclectic music, community-supported messages, and an interactive dialogue.
  • NightRide Provides free night-time transportation to CU students, faculty, and staff needing to get around campus, or between campus and Boulder after dark.
  • Oasis Works to build a supportive community dedicated to helping students build meaningful connections and maintain healthy activities through a sober lifestyle.
  • Off-Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations Helps student make informed choices about off-campus housing while helping them become responsible tenants.
  • Orientation Familiarizes incoming students with the campus and expectations, provides academic advising, and aids in the process of class registration.
  • Parent Fund Provides a unique opportunity for parents to have a direct impact on their student’s experience by donating and becoming involved with the CU community.
  • Parent Relations Provides resources to encourage parents to stay involved and supportive of their student in order to promote student success.
  • Party Registration Allows students to register their off-campus parties to avoid receiving a nuisance party ticket.
  • Program Council Provides educational opportunities for students to gain insight into hosting a variety of musical artists and film series.
  • Ralphie's List Offers a wide variety of resources to help students find affordable off-campus housing and housemates.
  • Recreation Center Promotes student wellness by providing organized and informal programs designed to engage the body and mind.
  • Recycling Educates, encourages, and facilitates the campus community to reduce, reuse, recycle and compost.
  • Religious Campus Organizations (RCO) Offers resources to guide interested students to a supportive religious group.
  • Residence Hall Association A student government for the residence halls that handles a variety of issues impacting students living on campus.
  • Restorative Justice Serves as an alternative to the traditional disciplinary systems with a focus on identifying harm done and the best method for repairing those harms.
  • Senior Class Council Focuses on creating and maintaining a class identity to unify the seniors while building pride, tradition, and community during their last year in college.
  • Student Conduct Helps maintain the general welfare of the university community by overseeing the disciplinary process for violations of the student code of conduct.
  • Student Group Directory A comprehensive list of all student clubs and organizations on campus, with helpful details like a mission statement and main contact.
  • Student Involvement Helps make the student union and campus an engaging and safe community through numerous programming and learning opportunities.
  • Student Legal Services Offers honest, comprehensive legal assistance and representation to students.
  • Student Organizations Finance Office (SOFO) Acts as a purchasing office and provides accounting support to aid active student clubs and organizations on campus.
  • Student Outreach & Retention Center for Equity (SORCE) Empowers student learning and success by providing educational opportunities to underrepresented students.
  • Student of Concern Team (SOCT) Offers help to struggling students and gives assistance to faculty, staff and families concerned about a student.
  • University Memorial Center (UMC) Supports academic success by providing opportunities for student involvement, leadership development, and entertainment, as well as several dining options.
  • UMC Events Planning and Catering Offers full-service event planning and catering for events on or off-campus with a local and international menu.
  • Veteran Services Helps student veterans find on-campus resources to help them identify and address their specific needs and offers support as they adapt to campus life.
  • Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Oversees strong student services that promote a positive environment and contribute to student development and success.
  • Victim Assistance Strives for a safer campus by providing students, faculty, and staff with information, support, and short-term counseling after traumatic or disturbing events.
  • Volunteer Resource Center Connects campus with community in volunteer projects and community service to create a society of active, caring, and educated citizens.
  • Wardenburg Health Center Offers students convenient access to primary health care and information on maintaining a safe, healthy lifestyle.
  • Women's Resource Center (WRC) Provides a safe and supportive space for women while offering leadership opportunities that work towards equity for all.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Center For Community S430
031 UCB
Boulder, CO, 80309-0031
Phone: (303) 492-8476
E-mail: studentaffairs@colorado.edu
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