Graduate studies can be exhilarating, challenging, and, at times, overwhelming. It is rarely mistaken as being an "easy" route by anyone's measure, and if you find you have entered a particularly difficult time period, know that you are not alone.
We at the Graduate School wish to encourage you to take advantage of the assistance available to you through the following links to help make your time at CU Boulder as successful and life-enhancing as possible.
For Students in Distress
- After Hours Crisis Services: (303) 492-6766
- After Hours Victim Assistance: (303) 492-8855 and press "2". Their website also offers contact information for additional 24-hour hotlines
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse Resources
- Report Discrimination or Harrassment
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance
- Safety Resources (on- and off-campus resources, including such things as Emergency Assistance, Crisis, Campus Resource Centers, Physical/Psychological Health, Awareness & Prevention, and Reporting)
- Student Legal Services
- Office of Victim Assistance
- Wardenberg Health Center
Additional Off-Campus Resources:
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Domestic Violence Crisis Services
- Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA)
- National Graduate Student Crisis Line, (877) GRAD-HLP or (877) 472-3457
For Faculty, Staff, or Students Concerned About Other Students
- Quick Assist: A guide provided by Student Affairs to help faculty and staff identify and refer distressed students.