CUE Center resources and services are available to all students. All are welcome to participate in any of the center’s events.

CUE Funding Proposal Application

Quick Links:

Campus Wayfinding Map: Click here for the campus accessibility map

Confidential Reporting through the Office of Victim's Assistance

Advocacy Centers at CU

Cultural Unity & Engagement Center
Disability Services
Gender & Sexuality Center
Office of International Education (OIE)
Office of Victim Assistance (OVA)
Veterans Affairs
Women’s Resource Center (WRC)

Campus Diversity Resources and Programs

Department of Ethnic Studies
Dennis Small Cultural Center
Guardian Scholars Program 
Office of Diversity and Equity-CU LEAD Alliance
TRiO Student Support Services Academic Excellence Program (TRiOSSS)

Campus Resources - for Graduate Students

Tutoring Resources

ASAP Tutoring:  Any student living in the residence halls or Bear Creek Apartments are eligible for free tutoring through Housing & Dining Services.  Visit their website to fill out a tutor request form: ASAP tutors are available free of charge.

SASC Tutor Locator:  A student can go onto this 'electronic bulletin board' and search for possible tutors for their particular class. The Tutor Locator can be found on our website: Keep in mind that SASC tutors offer their services at a fee.
Click on "Tutor Locator" on the right side of the page
CUE First Generation Student--please work with your assigned advisor for appropriate paperwork.

CUE Center Offerings

  • Common Study Area, with computers and free printing, conveniently located near private study rooms
  • Student lounge with couches, chairs, and large desks
  • Study Zone during finals (extended hours, free snacks, and a quiet space to prepare for exams)
  • Workshops on a variety of topics (e.g. skill-building and cultural awareness)
  • Exploration of diversity through film showings​

Educational Video

"Bronx Princess: College Success Tips" is a four-minute video designed for students who are starting college or preparing for college as high school students. In this short video, Rocky Otoo (the "Bronx Princess") shares a toolkit for students to help them have a successful first year at college or university. Tips like 'How to Avoid Culture Shock' and 'Staying in Touch with your Family' are illustrated with engaging animation and clips from the award-winning PBS POV film, Bronx Princess.