The Collegiate Recovery Community (CUCRC) is open to all CU Boulder community members who are in recovery or seeking recovery from a wide range of behaviors, including substance use.
Our CORE Membership program provides students an opportunity to join a close-knit recovery community and access additional support resources like sober housing.
Our CORE Membership program is designed to offer additional support resources and benefits to students who show a personal commitment to their recovery.
CORE Membership is open to undergraduate, graduate and transfer students who demonstrate:
All applicants are required to complete an application and review process.
Please note: Allies are welcome to participate in most programs but are not eligible for CORE Membership or benefits.
CORE members have access to the following benefits:
CORE members are expected to:
CORE members that are abstinent from alcohol and other drugs are eligible live in sober housing units near campus.
CORE Housing is open to:
- Full-time freshman, transfer, undergraduate and graduate students who have been accepted as CORE members
- Six months continuous sobriety from all alcohol and other drugs preferred
To apply for CORE Housing, you will need to complete the following:
CORE Housing units are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
If all available spots are full, CORE members often live with other sober roommates on or off campus. CORE members also have the option to join the CORE Housing waitlist.
Please note: CORE members can still participate in all other CORE programs, even if they are not living in CORE Housing.