There are a variety of campus-wide resources to help you navigate personal and professional success at CU-Boulder. From resources to expand your understanding and involvement in equity and justice initiatives, to develop new skills and search for jobs, to support academic success, to obtain confidential consultation and conflict mediation, check out the resources below for more information.
Acts as the umbrella program for a wide range of diversity and inclusion activities and programs on campus. For example, ODECE organizes annual summits, with workshops, panels and lectures.
Offers individual appointments, workshops, and online resouces to help graduate students identify their transferable skills, search for jobs, and and prepare job application documents.
CU offers a wide support for students working through issues outside of academics through Student Support Services. They work one-on-one with students to provide advice on personal, financial, medical and other issues; connect students with resources on and off campus; and serve as advocates for students.
Free service offering writers across all disciplines and skill levels the opportunity to work one-on-one with professionally trained writing consultants.
Serves as an impartial and confidential place to discuss university-related concerns.