As CU moves to remote learning, we want you to know that CMCI faculty and staff are here to help you continue learning. Many questions about campus-level operations are addressed on CU Boulder’s website.

Graduate students can find specific information on topics including remote instruction, funding, accademic and graduation processes and more on through the Graduate School’s website. Additional college-level resources and tips are below.

  • Communicate and engage. Let faculty know about your situation so they can help you find any additional resources and accommodations you may need. And try to engage often with other students and faculty via online discussions and through streamed or virtual class meetings. This will help you continue to have a sense of connection and get more from each course.

  • Make a plan for how you will approach online learning. Consider when, where and how you will devote time to each course. Success in online learning means you need to build structure into your daily schedule to get the work done. Remember that faculty may require synchronous meetings during your class time. They will communicate with you about their expectations, but don’t assume all learning will be done independently.

  • Prioritize your mental and physical health. CU Boulder offers a number of mental health resources. Visit the campus support resources page, or go to Counseling and Psychiatric Services.