• Welcome

    “I think every incoming freshman should be required to meet with a Career Services Advisor…”

  • Lea

    “I came in struggling today and she did a great job encouraging me and showing me the positives of my strengths.”

  • Ann

    “This was exactly what I needed!  I am so glad this resource is available and the counselors are so helpful.”

  • George

    “[My Career Advisor] connected with me and understood what I needed to accomplish. I felt that he truly cared about helping me.”

Drop-In Times

Monday – Thursday 1:30 - 4:00pm for quick questions, pre-health excluded - please make an appointment.

** Drop-Ins are not available during Fridays, holidays, poor weather, breaks and some events. Please check our Office Closures & Drop-In Announcements before coming in. Call 303-492-6541 if you have any questions.

Career advisors can help students with the following:

  • Choosing or changing a major
  • Choosing or changing a career
  • Internship and job searches
  • Interviewing skills
  • Mock interviews
  • Resumes, curriculum vitae and cover letters
  • Graduate/professional school counseling/applications

Before your visit, check out the resume, internship/job search and other career resources on this website.

To request access such as sign language interpreting services, captioning, Braille, etc., for a specific Career Services campus event, please email career@colorado.edu (at least five business days prior) to let us know and review the accommodations and services at the Disability Services resource center. 

Pre-Health, and Pre-Law Advising for pre-professional study, to prepare for applying to law school or a health-care-related professional school, is now conducted through our office! Call 303-492-6541 for details.



Academic Advisor

If you are looking for specific information regarding majors and classes required, visit with your advisor:

Additional Campus Resources

Center for First-year Students
All first-year students, irrespective of declared major, will spend their first semesters on campus working with a first-year academic advisor.

Students In Transition Advisor
Students in Transition (SiT) advisors and administrators serve as resources to student populations who need specialized advising and support including: returning adult learners, students who are changing academic direction late in their undergraduate careers, international students, foreign exchange students, veterans and military students.