Career Services is here to support your path towards a health professions career. We tailor our services based on what you need right now for your future. Review the options below to get started.

Throughout summer 2021, virtual appointments for health professions advising will be for continuing students through small group advising and a limited number of individual advising offerings.

You can attend small group advising multiple times as the content will be tailored to the students in attendance. The small group provides a variety of benefits including hearing from other students, gaining a greater perspective on your unique experience, hearing questions you might not think to ask, and building community and connection to students with similar professional goals and interests.

If you have the pre-health designation you will see this option on Buff Portal Advising within the Health Professions section. If you do not have the pre-health designation yet, contact our office either through LiveChat or by calling 303-492-6541 during our business hours, Monday–Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to schedule an appointment.

If you are an incoming student, please connect with your assigned academic advisor or explore our resources. If you are a prospective student or family member, please consult your admissions counselor.

All undergraduate students
We recommend that you add the health professions (or pre-health) designation to your record in Buff Portal Advising. Having the designation allows your academic advisor to know you are pursuing a health profession and gives you access to register for certain prerequisites that might be outside of your declared major. You may add/change/drop a designation at any time. To add/change/drop a health professions (or pre-health) designation please complete and submit this Docusign form. Please allow one week for your designation to appear on your Buff Portal Advising record. To check to see if it has been updated, log into Buff Portal Advising and check under “Academic Major/Minor/Subplan.”