If you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. For non-life-threatening emergencies, you can call an after-hours counselor at 303-492-2277.
The University of Colorado community abhors the horrific and senseless violence that struck Colorado Springs in the early morning hours.
Just as we grieve with our family, friends and neighbors, we also stand resolute that violence and hate will not prevail, including hate directed at the LGBTQ+ community. Significantly, as we recognize Transgender Day of Remembrance, we are sadly reminded of how much work remains.
Love will overcome. Unity will prevail. We support those affected, directly and indirectly and in our communities. We remain committed to fostering a culture across CU that enables everyone to feel safe and to be seen, heard and supported.
If you or those close to you are impacted, please find campus resources available below.
We’ve transitioned to our end-of-semester scheduling. To best accommodate the end-of-semester needs of our students, CAPS is available for single-session individual therapy only. We are not scheduling ongoing therapy until the spring semester. Schedule this appointment through the portal.
Suicide may feel like a difficult topic to bring up, especially if you’re not certain that someone is thinking about taking their own life. However, it’s important to know that talking about it, even if the conversation is brief, can reduce shame and encourage someone who is struggling or at risk to seek out support.
We are committed to creating an environment where all students feel seen and welcome. Navigating issues of identity-based trauma, discrimination, stereotypes and oppression can be difficult to do on our own. We have created this page as a resource for those who are seeking support pertaining to identity, allyship and education.