University of Colorado Boulder offers a range of student services and resources. As a MENV student you have access to these services and more. To explore some of your options, click on the tiles below to be redirected to the resrouce website. Please note the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is external to CU.
If you've experienced incivilities (rude or unsociable speech or behavior) from students, staff or faculty within the College of Arts and Sciences, you can now anonymously report it to the Office for Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
*Students who have paid the mental health fee
Services: confidential, on-campus mental health & psychiatric services for a variety of concerns such as academics, anxiety, body image, depression, relationships, substance use, and more.
Graduate School specific counselor, Stacy Gerberich.
Services: COVID-19 testing, primary care, sexual and reproductive health, lab services, physical therapy, shot/vaccinations, and more.
Services: These confidential groups are contained settings where students can speak on and get support for a variety of topics. There is a focus on the interactions among group members as they give each other feedback on interpersonal styles and identify ways in which they feel more connected to one another. All groups are free for CU students and are currently being conducted remotely through telehealth.
Services: community, support and connection for students, faculty and staff in recovery or seeking recovery from a wide range of behaviors.
Services: testing accommodations, note-taking accommodations, flexibility with attendance and assignment deadline plans, communication/interpretation services, service animals, and more.
Services: free and confidential information, consultation, support, advocacy and short term counseling services to those who have experienced a traumatic, disturbing or life disruptive event.
Services: a place to surface, voice, clarify and discuss university-related issues. This office helps people identify options to resolve disputes, to determine a course of action and to aid in the informal resolution of conflicts and concerns.
Services: helps student identify issues and appropriate resources and works collaboratively with them to develop an action plan.
Services: help students, staff and faculty with transitioning, finding LGBTQ+ events and community, finding LGBTQ+ knowledgeable support professionals, coming out to family, and friends, finding opportunities for leadership, finding housing, and much more!
Services: a one-stop student support service for students seeking assistance for their essential needs. The center provides equitable access to basic needs for students during their time at CU Boulder, as well as helps them develop the skills needed to navigate local and national emergency needs services. This center includes food resources (the Buff Pantry) and housing resources.
Services: helps low-income households in Colorado purchase food. It provides a monthly benefit that helps families and individuals buy the food they need for good health.
Those taking one (1) or more graduate credit hours are required to complete the health insurance requirement process. If you do not take action to waive or enroll by the deadline, you will be automatically enrolled in the CU Gold SHIP and responsible for the insurance charge. There will be no refunds granted following the deadline.
If you do not have insurance:
If you have private insurance: