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3 easy ways to get textbooks

June 24, 2020

The CU Book Store is your student’s one-stop resource for all course material needs, plus a convenient place for school supplies, computer products, Buff gear and more! Below is helpful information on textbooks and course materials from the CU Book Store. Place a textbook order online Your student can order...

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Job and internship search strategies to share with your student

June 17, 2020

Even though it may seem like no one is hiring in these uncertain times, there are still companies looking to fill open internships and jobs right now. While searching may feel challenging for your student, there are some strategies to make it easier. Here are some tips to help them in their search.

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Making the most of summer with your student

May 22, 2020

Whether your student plans to visit home for a short stay or an extended amount of time, the summer months can be a great time to reconnect. Whether your student came home earlier than expected this year due to COVID-19 or they are just returning home, you may find that...

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Getting a head start this summer

May 1, 2020

Now that finals are over, encourage your student to take some time to reflect on the past year. What were their highlights? What classes did they enjoy? Are they happy with their grades? Is there anything they wish they had done differently? Depending on the answers to these questions, there...

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Students can still access Health and Wellness Services from home

April 23, 2020

While many of our students have left campus, they can still access Health and Wellness Services from the comforts of home. Students can also access these services throughout the summer, even if they are graduating this semester. Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) If you’ve noticed changes in your student or...

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Finals: Tips to support your student

April 9, 2020

Finals can be stressful for your student, no matter where they are at in their academic journey. Here are some ways in which you can support your student as they finish their semester. Let them vent Studying for tests, writing papers and completing projects at the end of the semester...

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Sophomore slump

Feb. 25, 2020

Being a sophomore in college comes with its challenges. A student’s sophomore year is a crucial time in their academic life. It’s the time they need to make a decision on a major to stay on track to graduate, it’s when they should start thinking about building a solid resume...

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Spring Stress Tips

Feb. 25, 2020

As our students get further into the semester, they might feel pressure from a number of directions: schoolwork, finances, relationships, work schedules and more. While it’s important to acknowledge these responsibilities, remind your student to look out for their own energy and well-being, too. Here’s how to help them move...

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11 resources to boost your student’s job or internship search

Feb. 25, 2020

Is your student looking for a summer internship? Or a full-time job after graduation? There are plenty of resources out there to help them in their search. Here are some favorite tools and websites from Career Services . Handshake Handshake is CU’s online job database. Thousands of employers post about...

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How to navigate important conversations with your student

Feb. 6, 2020

College is often a time for students to explore their independence and create their own identities as they transition into adulthood. As students navigate new experiences, they may come across challenges they haven’t had to face in the past and ask for your guidance. As we support our students through...

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