General Course Resources

We recommend that you meet with your course instructor. Going to their office hours (typically listed in the syllabus and/or on canvas) is a great way to get to know your course instructors as well as learn how to be most successful in your courses.
Before attending office hours, spend some time reviewing the course material and thinking about questions to ask. Those questions are a great way to start the conversation!

We recommend you meet with your academic advisor to discuss how you are doing in the course.  They may recommend additional resources as needed and help you explore your options.  Make an appointment and view drop-in hours. 

  • A&S Academic Coaches offer drop-in academic coaching from 1-3 on Mondays (check-in at Woodbury 109) for students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Academic coaches work with students on skills to help them achieve their goals personally and academically.   
  • Academic Skills Workshops are available to help students explore Time Management and how to best Connect with Campus Resources. 

Learn more about the documentation needed to determine if you are eligible.  If you feel you are eligible for accommodations, we recommend connecting with Disability Services as soon as possible as the process to set up accommodations can take some time.

  • Tutors in math and writing are available through the Veteran and Military Affairs office.
  • Resources to pay for private tutors may also be available depending on your military benefits—please check with the Veteran and Military Affairs office to learn more. 

  • CU offers international students free tutoring in English as a Second Language and U.S. Academic Culture.  Click here to sign up!  
  • If you are looking for resoruces to help with the academic material of a specific course, please scroll down and find the department that teaches the course.  For example, ECON 2010 would be in the economics section.
  • If you are a non-native English speaker, and you feel that more support with your academic English would help you be successful in your course, please contact the International English Center (IEC).
  • If you want to explore if you are able to drop any courses, please connect with your academic advisor and International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS).

Health and Wellness Resources 

Feel Better Fast:  This workshop is a three-part series designed to help you make a change in your life by learning coping strategies and mindfulness techniques as well as how to examine your thoughts understanding your emotions. You will learn to get unstuck from your thoughts to understand and work with emotions and more in order to deal with stressful and overwhelming situations. With guidance and support, this workshop might be all you need to get back on track and feeling better in no time.

Getting it Done:  Having trouble getting things done? Easily distracted? Putting things off until the bitter end? In this free, three-session workshop, you will learn skills to help you overcome procrastination and low motivation. Learn skills and ways of working with your mind to complete the things you need to get done while moving in the direction you want to go.

Feel Good Friday: This drop-in group is an opportunity to be led through a powerful guided meditation to undo stress, soothe the system and feel better.

Anxiety Toolbox:  The goal of this seminar is to provide life-long tools to use while facing anxiety-triggering situations. This workshop is not intended to "get rid" of anxiety. Rather, these two sessions aim to provide a jumping board from which to integrate skills into daily life in the service of reducing anxiety.

Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) offers confidential, on-campus mental health and psychiatric services for a variety of concerns such as academics, depression, relationships, substance use and more that can impact academic and personal success. To get started, visit their drop-in hours.

Silver Cloud Online Mental Health Program is a free online portal that offers secure, immediate access to online programs for stress, anxiety and depression.

Student Support & Case Management is not counseling or therapy; rather, case managers have the opportunity to develop close helping relationships with students while coaching students toward appropriate self-care and self-advocacy.

Examples of services offered by SSCM are:

  • Navigating campus and community resources
  • Referrals to community providers
  • Exploration of or referral for behavioral health concerns
  • Coordination and follow-up during and after hospitalization and/or medical leave of absence
  • Health and safety referrals
  • Problem resolution
  • Help managing multiple or complex medical needs
  • Crisis management. 


Disciplinary-specific resources 

Below is a list of academic resources organized by Arts and Sciences majors/programs.  The resources for each major/program are available to any studnet taking classes in that area.  For example, if you are wanting help with your ECON 2010 course, please go to the ECON section below.