Health & Safety Campus Resources
- Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
Confidential mental health and psychiatric services for CU students.
- Disability Services
Provides people with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations and support services to participate fully in the academic environment.
- Health Promotion
Helps students develop skills to make healthy decisions through free workshops, classes and conversations.
- Medical Services
Serves health care needs for CU Boulder students, including medical attention, care and education, along with workshops and resources on how to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Accepts most nationwide prescription drug insurance plans and carries a complete selection of vitamins, herbals and over-the-counter medications.
- SilverCloud Online Emotional Health Program
An online portal that offers secure, immediate access to online programs for stress, anxiety and depression.
- Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution
Resources regarding the Student Code of Conduct and various other policies. Report an issue and receive help solving it.
- Student Health Insurance
CU Boulder requires all students to carry health insurance. Explore coverage options, deadlines for submission and automatic enrollment.
Vaccines by appointment in the Medical Clinic in Wardenburg Health Center.
- Don't Ignore It
There are options for confidential support, reporting concerns, and gaining skills to help as friends and bystanders.
- Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
Provides CU Boulder employees with counseling for personal and work-related issues.
- Human Resources
- Emergency Management
Provides planning and coordination of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery of natural and human-made disasters.
- Office of Institutional Equity & Compliance (OIEC)
Provides help in the event of discrimination, harassment, sexual assault and/or misconduct.
Tips For Staying Safe
Spring is right around the corner. We can feel a sense of change in the air. But with all the change, some things remain the same . . . for now. This includes three critical actions everyone must continue to take to move toward a pandemic-free future. Your actions make a difference. Read more
Making friends in college can be harder than it looks, especially in the age of physical distancing and increased precautions. Here are some ideas for making (and keeping) friends based on your interests! Read more
Research Behind Campus Efforts
Some worry the science was rushed. Others question whether the benefits outweigh the risks. Here's what Teresa Foley, a teaching professor of distinction in integrative physiology, tells students, acquaintances and family who are hesitant. Read more
CU Boulder is collaborating with the Association of American Universities and others on a series raising awareness about the role of public research universities in times of significant global challenges. In CU Boulder's clip, an environmental engineering team is working with schools to improve air filtration. Read more
A new study of mask compliance across 53 campuses, including CU Boulder, suggests that while there's some room for improvement, college students are listening to public health advice and wearing face coverings. Read more
Venture Partners at CU Boulder has launched an accelerator to support the translation of CU-developed COVID-19 innovations into new businesses. Faculty, students and staff with COVID-19-related innovations are invited to apply—the deadline is May 21. Read more
The current COVID-19 pandemic and other disease outbreaks aren't just biological phenomena, a team of archaeologists argue—these events are also shaped by the broader welfare of human societies. Read more