Main resource for important academic dates and deadlines.
Free small group and walk-in tutoring services.
Desktop support, Identikey, Identity Management (IDM), wireless, VPN.
CU merchandise, textbooks, office products, school supplies and more.
Buff OneCard serves as your campus identification.
For tuition and billing.
Hazardous storms and other emergencies occasionally force the campus to close.
Career counseling, internships and job search, resume workshops, testing services, and events.
Resource for advocacy, advising, support and mentoring for multiculturalism and social justice.
Connecting students with experiences that promote student success, personal growth, and a vibrant campus community.
Confidential mental health and psychiatric services for CU students.
A full-service police agency providing community-based public safety services.
Any student, staff, or faculty member may receive a free safe escort by vehicle to/from campus and throughout Boulder city limits.
Provides individuals with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations, and support services to participate fully in the academic environment.
Campus e-memo, campus events calendar, course roster email, exchange email, Google Apps.
Provides planning and coordination of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery of natural and man-made disasters.
Provides comprehensive services and support that allows the university to maintain its high standards of health and safety for laboratories, work areas, and classrooms.
For financial aid and scholarships.
A public museum dedicated to educating the public on astronomy and astrophysics.
Offers support, programs and community resources for the LGBTQ community.
Offers and coordinates a variety of programs, activities, and services for members.
Supports international students on immigration, employment, cultural adaptation, and more.
A multi-disciplinary venue with high quality local, national and international performances and events.
Comprehensive health and wellness services for CU students.
CU Boulder museums.
OIT provides walk-in, online, and phone support for all your computer and technical needs.
Provides help in the event of discrimination, harassment, sexual assault and/or misconduct.
Free and confidential response services for harmful and disruptive life events.
Free confidential help for students with issues ranging from conflicts with roommates, to feelings of being treated unfairly by a professor or administrative office.
Desire2Learn, Guest Course Search, My.CU.edu, MyCUBoulder, MyCUInfo, Lynda.com.
Challenge yourself physically, learn something new, gain valuable leadership experience, or simply relax when you visit the Rec.
For enrolling, records and transcripts.
List of residence halls.
Provides help with academic skills development, math and writing courses, and tutoring
Provides educational services and support for students in their academic and personal goals.
Allocation and implementation of student fees, helps student groups get funding, and lobbies on behalf of students for tuition assistance and cost mitigation.
A small law office at CU Boulder dedicated exclusively to serving the legal needs of students.
Offers assistance and intervention for students in distress or experiencing a challenging situation.
24/7 help-line for individuals exhibiting suicidal tendency or thoughts.
Comprehensive academic and research tools, resources, services and study spaces.
Support for student veterans and military members on campus.
Women on campus can find resources and services geared towards their needs.
A variety of services and sessions with professionally trained writing consultants.