Students may take advantage of additional academic resources through our academic support units.
The Division of Continuing Education extends the university’s educational reach to traditional and non-traditional students. It offers lifelong learning opportunities for university credit, personal enrichment, and career enhancement, as well as ways for former CU students to complete their degrees. Courses are available in a variety of formats, both face-to-face and online throughout the calendar year, providing students with flexibility and quality educational options from university-approved faculty.
The University Libraries system on the Boulder campus is the largest library collection in the Rocky Mountain region—more than twelve million books, periodicals, government publications, audio-visual materials, microforms, maps, manuscripts, papers, and computer-based sources.
The Office of Undergraduate Education is a campus office reporting to the Provost. Its charge is to examine the entire undergraduate student experience, assess outcomes, identify gaps, and launch and support student-facing campus initiatives.
The Herbst Academic Center provides academic resources for student-athletes at the University of Colorado Boulder.