The CU Collegiate Recovery Community (CUCRC) is open to anyone in the CU Boulder community who wants support for their recovery or is interested in being part of a recovery community. CORE membership provides the opportunity for students to become part of a close-knit recovery community and access additional support resources like sober housing.
The CORE Member Program provides additional support and benefits, including campus housing, scholarships, work-study, group trips, special events and access for members to use the Community seven days a week.
The CORE Membership Program open to those who demonstrate:
All applicants are required to complete an application and interview process.
If you are an ally to those in recovery and do not identify as being in recovery yourself, you can still join the community as an ally member. Ally members are able to participate in most programs but are not eligible for CORE housing.
CORE membership is free to join.
CORE members are expected to:
If you are interested in applying to the CORE member program, please contact the CUCRC to request an application.
To apply as a CORE member or ally member, you will need to complete the following:
For more information about CORE membership, please contact the CUCRC.
Monday–Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
University Memorial Center, Room 414