The Center for Student Involvement webpage provides information on how to be more engaged in the political process and causes you care about.
Take care of yourself
Health and Wellness Services offers a range of services on campus to support CU Boulder students' health and well-being.
Virtual workshops & resources
CAPS is offering telehealth workshops to support students in coping with stress, anxiety and uncertainty. We have both pre-recorded and live workshops available. Live telehealth workshops afford you the opportunity to ask questions and engage with the presenter.
Mental health tips for yourself and your friends
It’s important to continue to care for yourself and your friends to show yourself and others compassion. Here are some things you can do to support yourself and your fellow Buffs with mental health.
Support for graduate students
To help better meet the needs of graduate students, Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) has launched a number of programs to help you easily access support services both online and in-person.
Managing stress as a grad student
Balancing graduate studies with relationships, employment and other responsibilities can become overwhelming as we move into a new semester. Sometimes it’s easy to feel weighed down by our own expectations to do it all.
ALL IN Democracy Challenge
CU Boulder joined several high-profile challenges to foster friendly competition among Pac-12, in-state or other peer universities as a way to motivate students to get out and vote. We’ll get the results in spring or summer 2021. Stay tuned!
The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) offers free virtual drop-in counseling support Nov. 2-6 in the form of 1:1 virtual rooms.
Virtual campus support resources
During these challenging times, many in the CU Boulder community may be looking to campus resources for assistance. Please know there are many virtual support and advocacy resources available to you.
Free expression on campus
Elections can bring out a lot of emotions and a desire to speak out. Freedom of expression and academic freedom are central to CU Boulder’s academic mission and underlie our community values of inclusivity and critical thinking. Learn more about freedom of speech and expression.
Registration is open for a student dialogue series on the impacts of the 2020 election. There will be separate sessions for those who are satisfied with the election results and those who are unsatisfied with the election results. Read more
With results still being counted, threats of lawsuits and some suggesting it could be days or even weeks before the presidential race is resolved, election night was far from decisive. But a few things did emerge as certain. Read more