Tutoring and Other University Academic Services

  • Ralphie's Academic Help Lab
  • All undergraduate students can use Ralphie’s Advising Help Lab regardless of year, major or college.
  •  Academic Success and Achievement Program (ASAP)
    A peer tutoring program, free for students living in the residence halls, Bear Creek Apartments and first-year commuter freshman.
  • Disability Services
    Works to create an inclusive campus community by assisting students with accommodations and universal access both in and outside of the classroom.
  • Student Academic Success Center (SASC)
    A multi-cultural academic learning community that provides support to low income and first generation college students with academic skill development, tutoring and more.
  • Student Support and Case Management (SSCM)
    Provides individual support for each student and advocates for their needs in all of aspects of their life on campus.
  • University Libraries
    Five libraries offer a variety of academic resources including study spaces, research help, workshops, personal consultations, computers and coffee.
  • Writing Center
    Provides one-on-one writing consultants for students at all stages of the writing process from brainstorming to revision to promote writers' abilities.
  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
    Provides consultation services, informational workshops, and grants to promote undergraduate research as a high-impact learning practice for student success.  
  • A&S Academic Advising and Coaching
    Provides academic advising, coaching, and peer mentoring.
  • The Bold Center (for students in the College of Engineering and Applied Science)
    Committed to creating a diverse environment where all engineering students are welcome. Programs promote the recruitment, retention, and development of engineering students at CU Boulder, and equip them for success through graduation and beyond.

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