At CU Boulder
Support services (information, advocacy, short term counseling) for students, staff, and faculty in the aftermath of a traumatic, disturbing, or disruptive life event.
Phone: 303-492-8855 (24-hour phone service)
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Room N450
Assists students, faculty, and staff to informally and impartially resolve complaints or disputes with other individuals, offices, or departments within the university. Does not maintain records and is independent of any department or office.
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Room N440
Offers counseling programs for university faculty and staff.
Location: Administrative Research Center (ARCE), East Campus, 3100 Marine Street, 3rd Floor, Room A353
Offers a range of mental health services tailored to fit the needs of CU Boulder students.
Phone: 303-492-2277 (24-hour phone service)
Locations: CAPS Main Office: Center for Community (C4C), Room N352 / Psychiatry: Wardenburg Health Center, Third Floor / Village Center at Williams Village, First Floor
Offers students, faculty, and staff low-cost psychotherapy services provided by doctoral students in the Clinical Psychology program.
Location: Muenzinger Psychology Building, 1905 Colorado Avenue, 2nd Floor of D-wing (D232)
Online portal that offers secure, immediate access to online programs for stress, anxiety, and depression. Each module offers information, tips, and interactive activities to better understand one's emotion well-being. Free to all CU Boulder students, staff, and faculty.
Provides legal counseling to students on matters such as traffic violations, criminal charges, and employment problems. Does not provide advice on internal university issues.
Location: University Memorial Center (UMC), 311
SSCM serves as a primary resource for managing students of concern in order to avert more serious difficulties by providing crisis prevention and intervention.
Student Support & Case Management website
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Room S460
The Center for Inclusion and Social Change was formed in 2018 by the Cultural Unity and Engagement Center, the Women’s Resource Center, and the Gender and Sexuality Center to offer strengthened services, greater advocacy, and more innovative programs to support students in exploring multiple intersecting aspects of their identity.
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Room N320
VMA is a one-stop shop for all programs, policies, pay, information, and support for prospective and current student veterans and veteran dependents.
Location: Center for Academic Success & Engagement (CASE), Room W322
Health and Wellness Services is committed to improving the overall health and well-being of CU Boulder students through a variety of services across campus. Visit the website for a full listing of services and departments.
The CUCRC provides a supportive student community, free support meetings, sober social events, recovery coaching, resources, and referrals.
Location: University Memorial Center (UMC) Room 414
Employee Relations provides unbiased consultation to employees and supervisors who need support addressing workplace or personnel problems.
Employee Relations website
Location: Administrative Research Center (ARCE), East Campus, 3100 Marine Street, 3rd Floor
Faculty Relations provides services to faculty members and academic administrators to help develop and maintain working relationships that are positive and productive.
Faculty Relations website
Disability Services ensures that students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations and services to participate fully in the academic environment.
Residence Hall Directors
Residence Hall Directors are available for support when students need someone to talk to. Hall Directors are full-time staff who live and work in the halls. They can listen, offer support, and point students to proper resources when necessary. To reach a Hall Director, students can stop by the Community Center in their building to get directions to the Hall Director’s office or call the Residence Life office at 303-492-7260 for contact information.
Regina Tirella, Director of Remedial and Protective Measures and Deputy Title IX Coordinator
A vareity of measures can be put in place after an occurrence of sexual misconduct or discrimination and harassment to ensure safety and reduce disruptions to daily life.
Office of Institutional Equity & Compliance (OIEC)
Email Regina Tirella
Support services (information, advocacy, short term counseling) for students, staff, and faculty in the aftermath of a traumatic, disturbing, or disruptive life event. OVA also offers safety planning and can assist with remedying disruptions to school, work or life.
Phone: 303-492-8855 (24-hour phone service)
Location: Center for Community, Room N352