Determining how we can best learn, work and live in a global pandemic, while keeping ourselves and our community safe, is challenging. We know it can be frustrating when routines are disrupted. It’s not always easy to follow public health orders. And many of us may be unsure about where to go from here. Everyone’s needs are different, and we are here to support you with whatever you need.
Health & Wellness
- Learn more about COVID symptoms and testing options, how to protect yourself and others.
- Medical Services is the primary health care resource for CU Boulder students. They offer virtual appointments and a 24/7 nurseline by calling 303-492-5101.
- Health & Wellness Services offers weekly virtual programs and Virtual Rec classes as a way for students to safely stay healthy and active.
Mental and emotional health
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) is available for crisis support, brief individual counseling, psychiatry, consultations and other mental health services. CAPS is offering a free virtual COVID-19 workshop series.
- The Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) is offering e-Ask and Advocate virtual hours Tuesday from 2-3 p.m. E-Ask an Advocate counselors can help provide insight, solutions and information about additional resources as well as information about one’s rights and options around traumatic experiences.
- Students may also utilize SilverCloud, which is an online portal that offers secure, immediate access to online programs about stress, anxiety and depression.
- The Academic Success and Achievement Program (ASAP) offers free virtual tutoring for students living on campus and first-year commuter students.
- The Writing Center offers free support during any stage of the writing process.
- The Mathematics Academic Resource Center (MARC) provides free additional support to students in the CU mathematics courses.
- Don’t forget about your instructor’s office hours! Check your syllabus for details, and reach out to find out how you can connect with them virtually.
- Students living on campus are able to connect with staff in Residence Life - this includes your Hall Director, RA/CL or your community center front desk staff. Residence hall students are also encouraged to participate in Buff Chats to connect individually with your RA.
- Off-Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations can support off-campus students with questions about leases, searching for housing and tenant rights.