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- The Graduate School
Find information about graduate requirements, Graduate School policies and various scholarships and fellowships available to graduate and professional students.
- Graduate Student Bill of Rights
Rights and responsibilities of graduate and professional students at CU-Boulder.
- The Graduate Teacher Program
Find information about the University of Colorado's nationally recognized Graduate Teacher Program, including TA workshops and professional development opportunities.
- Wardenburg Health Center
The Wardenburg Health is the main clinic on campus and offers health insurance and services for all students at CU.
- Bursar's Office
The Bursar's office is responsible for managing payment for tuition and fees.
- Financial Aid Office
The Financial Aid Office can help to set up financial aid for graduate students, based on your income and cost of living.
- Registrar's Office
The Registrar's Office is responsible for scheduling all classes and maintaining class and graduation requirements.
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free, confidential counseling for CU students.
- Graduate Career Services
Graduate Career Services can help you find a job or prepare a CV/resume in preparation for graduation.
- Office of Research Administration
The Office of Research Administration is responsible for administering all research on campus and ensuring that federal, state and local statutes are followed across CU.
- National Assoc. of Graduate and Professional Students (NAGPS)
The United Government of Graduate Students is a legacy member of the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students.