Unit Description
Academic Advising Helps students identify, develop and pursue meaningful educational and personal goals. Advisors can help you review your academic records, review transfer credit issues, develop strategies for achieving academic and career goals and discuss any academic difficulties. Contact your school or college’s advising center for additional information.
Academic Calendar A comprehensive academic calendar, providing the start and end dates for each semester, drop/add period, the final exam schedule, holidays and vacations.
Campus Map An interactive map of the CU Boulder campus with options to search for a building, download a map as a PDF, or take a virtual tour of the campus.
Career Services Career Services help CU Boulder students and alumni plan, prepare and promote their careers through career-related advice and resources.
Course Catalog The Course Catalog contains course descriptions for each semester, alongside degree requirements and faculty listings according to colleges, schools and individual departments.
CU Bookstore The CU Book Store offers a convenient place on campus for students to purchase new and used textbooks as well as custom published materials and required course supplies.
Honors Thesis Students interested in graduating with honors may download the guidelines and applications materials from the Honors Program website.
Information Technology Services Information Technology Services (ITS ) helps students to efficiently tap into a comprehensive suite of IT services offered on the CU Boulder campus.
Libraries The University Libraries system on the Boulder campus is the largest library collection in the Rocky Mountain region, searchable through the Chinook online catalog.
Study Abroad Study Abroad provide CU Boulder students with a comprehensive selection of 275 academically-sound and experientially-rich study abroad programs in more than 65 countries around the world.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) funds undergraduate research, scholarly and creative work for CU Boulder students from all schools and colleges in all academic disciplines.
Writing Center Offers writers from across disciplines and skill levels the chance to work one-on-one with professionally-trained writing consultants. Consultations help writers at all stages of the writing process from planning through revision, and address issues of rhetoric, grammar and style.
Why Study Religion? A website sponsored by the American Academy of Religion and funded by the Lilly Endowment, this site is an information resource for the academic study of religion, including information on common misconceptions, pressing issues, what one can do with a religious studies degree and how to get started.