CU Course Catalog
A summary of campus facilities, programs and services; descriptions of colleges, schools and individual departments; and degree requirements, course descriptions and faculty listings.
The online side of the University Libraries. Find out about research resources, library departments and much more. Students can manage their library accounts, renew books or use the interlibrary loan.
Getting Started with Campus Technology
A beginner's guide to technology and ITS resources on the CU-Boulder campus. The guide contains step-by-step Internet connectivity instructions, information about IdentiKey, MyCUInfo and IT security tools (such as CUantivirus), a wireless coverage map for the campus and support locations and phone numbers.
Student Affairs plays an integral role in student success. Student Affairs is a diverse organization of professionals focused on creating a positive environment that fosters successful learning and personal development, both inside and outside the traditional classroom.
Need help on a paper? The Writing Center (located in Norlin Library) employs qualified graduate students and upperclassmen to help with MLA formatting and other essay-related issues.
Career Services helps CU students prepare and promote their careers.
Disability Services can help develop independence and self-advocacy, as well as create an individualized network of resources.
LGBTQ Resource Center
This link will help you navigate the many different clubs and other resources that they offer.
Office of Financial Aid
The Office of Financial Aid is dedicated to helping students find and apply for Scholarships, benefits, employment opportunities and much more.
Wardenburg Health Center
Wardenburg is the on-campus health care facility for CU students. Their services include primary care, psychological health, sports medicine, women’s health and peer health education.
Women's Resource Center
The WRC offers leadership opportunities to students and works in collaboration with a variety of campus and community partners.
Get to know CMCI’s newest staff member, Chris Lett, an award-winning journalist and former CNN producer. As part of the diversity, equity and inclusion college team, he works to foster a strong community within the CommRAP. View bio »
Living in close quarters in a new environment can be fraught with challenges, and Chris is here to listen. If you are experiencing or witnessing micro-aggressions or discrimination, have concerns about the latest headlines or COVID-related stress, or even just find yourself with general questions regarding diversity, equity and inclusion, reach out to him.
He currently holds drop-in office hours on Zoom from noon to 1 p.m. (MT) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, or schedule an appointment via email.