Rights and responsibilities of graduate and professional students at CU-Boulder.
The Wardenburg Health is the main clinic on campus and offers health insurance and services for all students at CU.
The Bursar's office is responsible for managing payment for tuition and fees.
The Financial Aid Office can help to set up financial aid for graduate students, based on your income and cost of living.
The Registrar's Office is responsible for scheduling all classes and maintaining class and graduation requirements.
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free, confidential counseling for CU students.
Graduate Career Services can help you find a job or prepare a CV/resume in preparation for graduation.
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.
The United Government of Graduate Students is a legacy member of the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students.
Sittercity is a resource used to find baby sitters, pet sitters, nannies, tutors, and much more. Membership is free for those with a CU email address, and you may search for services or list yourself as a service provider. Nearly all providers submit to a background check, lending peace of mind to connecting with those on the site.