At CU Boulder
These confidential services do not have an obligation to disclose any information provided to them without the express permission of the client. If files are maintained, they are completely separate from academic and employment records and cannot be accessed by campus or community systems without the client's signed authorization. There are exceptions to confidentiality that should be discussed with a counselor or provider.
Support services (advocacy, short-term trauma-specific counseling, and consultation) for students, staff, and faculty who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic, disturbing, or disruptive life event, recently or in the past.
Phone: 303-492-8855 (24-hour phone support)
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 N484
Offers counseling, consultation, and workshops 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 including groups, workshops, and counseling for CU Boulder students.
Phone: 303-492-2277 (24-hour phone service)
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Room N352
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)
WellTrack is a free app that is available to all CU Boulder students. It is designed to help you understand your mental health and to provide you with the help that you need right now. WellTrack's suite of online tools and courses helps you identify, understand, and address issues like stress, resiliency, anxiety and/or depression. WellTrack is a self-guided and interactive way to manage your mental well-being.
Medical Services website
Locations: Wardenburg Health Center
Academic LiveCare (ALC) is a free telehealth platform that allows students, staff, and faculty to schedule and attend mental health and medical appointments from home, the office, or wherever you are on the go. This service is free regardless of your health insurance plan.
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
CAPS offers support services (information, advocacy, short-term counseling/support) for students who have been accused of prohibited conduct (respondent).
Phone: 303-492-2277 (24-hour phone service).
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Suite N352
SSCM assists students to reduce the adverse impact of challenging situations through connection with campus partners, community resources, and support systems. You can refer a student who is distressed, withdrawn, depressed, or anxious, or if you believe they may be a potential threat to themselves or others. SSCM works to ensure the safety and well-being of both the student and the CU community.
Student Support & Case Management website
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Room S460
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 vision of the Center is to provide high impact transformational community building and educational programs to the CU community and to nurture leaders grounded in the core concepts of intersectional identity development, diversity, equity, and social justice. CISC is also the home of the Pride Office that serves LGBTQ+ and allied students, staff, and faculty through support resources and education.
Location: Center for Community (C4C), Room N320
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
CSI connects all CU Boulder students with experiences that promote student success, personal growth, and a vibrant campus community.
Disability Services ensures that students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations and services to participate fully in the academic environment.
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
CU Boulder Hillel is the Center for Jewish Life on campus that strives to create a safe, welcoming community for all Jewish students on campus.
Location: 2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder, CO 80302
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.
Resident Life website
Employee Relations provides 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
A variety of measures can be put in place after an occurrence of sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence, stalking, discrimination, and harassment to ensure safety and reduce disruptions to daily life.
Office of Institutional Equity & Compliance (OIEC)
Support services (consultation, advocacy, trauma-focused short-term counseling) for students, staff, and faculty who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic, disturbing, or disruptive life event, recently or in the past. OVA also offers safety planning and can assist with various systems such as medical, academic, criminal, administrative, and civil, including OIEC, student conduct, police reporting processes, and protection orders.
Phone: 303-492-8855 (24-hour phone service)
Location: Center for Community, Room N450
Medical Services website
Locations: Wardenburg Health Center
Health and Wellness Services is committed to improving the overall health and well-being of CU Boulder students and employees through a variety of services across campus. Visit the website for a full listing of services and departments.
Location: Center for Community (C4C), S355
Noncitizen survivors of domestic violence (committed by a family member or intimate partner) may be eligible for the U Nonimmigrant Status or a VAWA green-card self-petition. For those with limited income, legal services may be available from Colorado Legal Services or the Immigration Clinic at CU Boulder.