Student Resources

Protect our Herd - CU's office Covid-19 

CUB Grad School COVID-19 website:

CU Boulder Student Emergency Fund:

Health and Wellness Services 

24/7 mental health support through Counseling and Psychiatric Services and the Office of Victim Assistance. Students can reach out any time or day, including weekends. Students can be connected to a counselor the same day for telehealth session during the week.  If they are out of state or out of the country, we can also assist with support and referrals.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services: 303-492-2277

Office of Victim Assistance: 303-492-8855

Medical Services: 303-492-5101 (24/7 nurse line)

Wardenburg Pharmacy: 303-492-8553

Disability Services: 303-492-8671

For questions related to immigration or supporting international students, consider the following:
International Student and Scholar Services: 303-492-8057—the best point of contact is Paige Progar, Assistant Director (303-492-2978)

International Student Academic Success—the best point of contact is Roberto Arruda, Director (303-735-1987)

Documenting Community, 2020 Digital Archive: This initiative by CU Boulder Library encourages students to upload photos and documents about living in our current pandemic situation as part of an archives they are creating of the moment we are all living in:

Faculty and Staff Resources

 Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP): 303-492-3020

 REAL Help Hotline (for 24/7 immediate crisis counseling and finding local resources): 833-533-2428

 SilverCloud Mental Health Online Tool (to support anxiety, stress, and depression)