To report an incident of sexual misconduct or protected class discrimination or harassment, contact this office.
The office offers free confidential information, support, advocacy, and short-term counseling to students, faculty and staff at CU, including their significant others. OVA is a separate office, not connected to the police department.
This center offers free, confidential counseling and psychological help for students and faculty. If you would like to discuss concerns about a CU student that cannot wait until business hours, call them at (303) 492-6766 and press 2 to speak to a mental health professional.
This is a resource center that provides resources, advocacy, and a gathering place for anyone who identifies as a woman.
This center offers support, resources and more for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning students and faculty. It also offers peer educators willing to come in to class and discuss any issues surrounding sexuality and gender issues.
If you have urgent concerns about a student being a danger to himself/herself or others, contact CAPS as well as the Dean of Students. Similarly, if you are an instructor and have a problem with a particular student's repeated behavior issues, the Dean of Students will assist.
This is the facility where students with special needs (including issues arising from a recent injury) are certified to receive accommodations, and where you as instructors can call to confirm or clarify accommodations that students are requesting. Keep in mind that this is not a diagnostic facility; getting certified for a disability requires submission of documentation of a diagnosis. Disability Service counselors can assist you in this process.