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Try out free online courses

  • There are thousands of courses to search from, including courses offered by all four CU campuses. We recommend
    • Inclusive Leadership: The Power of Workplace Diversity with Brenda J. Allen
    • Anti-Racism I - with Shawn O'Neal and Jennifer Ho
  • Here's how to access Coursera
    • Log in to your campus portal
    • Open the CU Resources dropdown menu
    • Select Training
    • Click on the CU on Coursera tile
    • On the CU on Coursera homepage, click Join for Free
    • Click the Log in to the University of Colorado button
    • Select your campus
    • Log in using your CU credentials

  • Search topics of interest in career development, leadership, communication, management and more. We recommend:
    • Leading with Emotional Intelligence by Britt Andreatta
  • Here's how to access LinkedIn Learning
    • Log in to your campus portal
    • Open the CU Resources dropdown menu
    • Select Training
    • Click on the LinkedIn Learning tile

  • GRIT, the Greater Resilience Information Toolkit, a free, digital training designed for busy people looking to build up their resiliency and the resiliency of others, announced a campaign, LetsTalkGrit, that enlists individuals and organizations to learn tools for greater resiliency and to "coach" others in their support network.
  • Developed by Charles Benight, Ph.D. and director of the National Institute for Human Resilience at UCCS, GRIT trains individuals, businesses and educators to promote wellness and resilience due to stress caused by COVID-19 and beyond.

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Participate in free or deeply discounted learning programs across campus

  • HR offers a wide variety of courses in Leadership Development, Inclusive Excellence and Change Management as well as programs such as Crucial Conversations, Franklin Covey and CliftonStrengths. 
  • Register for online open enrollment HR courses to keep you learning and engaged throughout the year.

  • Grow with ALTEC and commit to deepening your appreciation and connection to other people, cultures, religions, art expressions and more by learning a new language.
  • ALTEC's spring non-credit language classes run February 1 through April 8, and meet twice a week for remote, live learning.
  • Choose from American Sign Language, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish
  • Current CU affiliates receive a deep discount and pay just $150
  • Visit ALTEC online to learn more and discover the ALTEC advantage. Plus enter to win a free class!

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Take advantage of your tuition assistance benefit

  • Eligible employees can receive a waiver for up to a total of 9 credit hours of tuition (space-available basis) per year (fall through summer)
  • Learn more about what's covered