CU Boulder offers a variety of campus-wide resources to help navigate personal, academic, and professional relationships and provide support. Below are highlights of many resources available ranging from diversity and equity programs and materials, confidential consultations and conflict mediation for various issues, student support for academic and socio-cultural success, and developing skills and searching for jobs.
- HR offers diversity search and hiring, diversity learning and development (Making Excellence Inclusive 101), and frontline services employee (English Language Program) resources.
- The goal of the Center for Inclusion and Social Change (Center), is to support all students in the exploration of their identities and create a welcoming and inclusive space on campus that provides academic and personal growth. The Center community-building programs, numerous educational opportunities for students to learn and teach, and a space for students to become active, informed global citizens by engaging with individuals from different cultures.
- The Center was formed in 2018 by the Cultural Unity and Engagement Center, the Women’s Resource Center and the Gender and Sexuality Center to offer strengthened services, greater advocacy and innovative programs to support students in exploring multiple intersecting aspects of their identity. Visit our Events, Programs, Trainings & Workshops pages to learn more about how to get involved!
- The Center has an excellent listing of resources, from academic, DACA, health & wellness, parenting & childcare, scholarships, and support for discrimination & harassment for students.
- Offers individual appointments, workshops, and online resources to help graduate students identify their transferable skills, search for jobs, and and prepare job application documents.
- The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)+ Network within the Advising Community exists to connect DEI groups together to learn from one another. Additionally, it serves as an opportunity for each group to see what work is being done within each advising unit to create and foster diverse, equitable, and inclusive programming, training, and development opportunities within their respective advising teams.
- Working with International Students, for faculty and staff
- International Student Academic Success
- CU offers a wide support for students working through issues outside of academics through Student Support Services. They work one-on-one with students to provide advice on personal, financial, medical and other issues; connect students with resources on and off campus; and serve as advocates for students.
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services
- Disability Services
- Office of Victim Assistance
- Recovery Center
- Student Academic Success Center (SASC)
- The SASC is an inclusive learning community that supports under-resourced and underrepresented students at CU Boulder. Our mission is to promote the academic achievement and professional success of our diverse learners, contributing to the inclusive excellence of our campus. In addition to our student-centered services, we support broader impacts by providing grant writing consultation, inclusive pedagogy training, and student recruitment services for faculty, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate students who seek to engage our student population in their research or academic enrichment opportunities.
- Student Support and Case Management
- Veteran and Military Affairs
- Free service offering writers across all disciplines and skill levels the opportunity to work one-on-one with professionally trained writing consultants.
- Serves as an impartial and confidential place to discuss university-related concerns.
Indigenous and Native American Studies Programs
We gratefully acknowledge the Institute for Behavioral Genetics/Diversity group and the Institute of Cognitive Science for providing some of these resources.