Health and 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
Partying can feel like a rite of passage, an opportunity to hang out with friends, meet new people or de-stress. As much as we wish we could have a normal campus experience, the reality is that hosting or attending large social gatherings and parties will jeopardize our ability to maintain an in-person campus environment. If you choose to party, keep these things in mind. Read more
Research Behind Campus Efforts
In this video series produced by the University Libraries and the Center for Research Data & Digital Scholarship, faculty and researchers use the open access publishing model to make their work on COVID-19 more accessible. Read more
Ed Chuong, an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, has been awarded a prestigious $875,000 Packard Fellowship to study how remnants of ancient viruses shape modern-day immune response. Read more
Leading experts in psychology at CU Boulder, CU Anschutz and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital are hosting a panel and Q&A about the profound impact the pandemic has had on the mental health of children, family and college students. Read more
Singing indoors, unmasked, can swiftly spread COVID-19 via microscopic airborne particles known as aerosols, confirms a new peer-reviewed study of a March choir rehearsal that became one of the nation’s first superspreading events. Read more