We've gathered this list of programs, resources and opportunities for students, on campus and in the larger community:
Other Related Programs on Campus:
CU Honors Program: https://www.colorado.edu/honors/
INVST Community Studies: https://www.colorado.edu/invst/
Certificate in Peace & Conflict Studies: https://www.colorado.edu/pacs/
LGBTQ Studies Certificate: https://www.colorado.edu/lgbtq
Global Gender and Sexuality Studies Certificate: https://www.colorado.edu/wgst/ggss
Campus Library Resources: https://www.colorado.edu/libraries/covid-19
See what services the Library currently offers, like the Writing Center and technology available for loan.
Academic Calendar: https://www.colorado.edu/academics/academic-calendar
Find all official dates for registration, exams, holidays, etc.
Basic Needs Center: https://www.colorado.edu/support/basicneeds
The Basic Needs Center is a campus care collective, connecting students to essential resources when they need them most. As a virtual and physical hub of services, they collaborate with on-campus and community partners to get students the care they need, including:
CU's Student Resources page: https://www.colorado.edu/resources
A list of most all the campus resources by category: academic support; community & groups; health & wellness; jobs & internships; life at CU; safety; technology services; and tuition & enrollment
Center for Student Involvement: https://www.colorado.edu/involvement/
The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) cultivates an environment for building vibrant, engaging and safe communities through programming, leadership development, cultural awareness and learning opportunities. They serve as banker, bookkeeper, travel agent, purchasing department and event manager for student organizations.
CU Student Government: https://custudentgov.org/joinus
The University of Colorado Student Government, or CUSG for short, is the official governing body of the nearly 34,000 students at CU Boulder. As the most autonomous Student Government in the nation, CUSG is responsible for allocating $25 million in student fees to improve the lives of all CU students. CUSG seeks to make a meaningful impact on the lives of CU Boulder students through advocacy, representation, allocation, and legislation.
Food Assistance: https://www.colorado.edu/volunteer/food
Our group is dedicated to providing services, referrals and education so that CU Boulder students can thrive. Find a list of emergency food shelves, community-based programs, local food banks and resources available to the CU Boulder community. Support students experiencing food insecurity by donating non-perishable food items or money.
Coronavirus Updates and Resources: https://www.colorado.edu/coronavirus
CU Boulder is continuously updating its information and guidance for the university community to address the changing status of COVID-19. This page is intended to provide information about COVID-19 and its impacts to CU Boulder, precautions that are being taken, prevention measures you can take and a compilation of frequently asked questions.
Update Your Personal Information: https://www.colorado.edu/registrar/students/records/info/preferred
CU Boulder recognizes that your legal information doesn't always align with how you identify. To support diversity, equity and inclusion, CU systems allow you to indicate your gender identity, name pronunciation, preferred name, pronouns and/or sexual orientation.
More Campus Resources
Center for Inclusion and Social Change: https://www.colorado.edu/cisc/
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 more innovative programs to support students in exploring multiple intersecting aspects of their identity. At CISC, our goal is to support all students in the exploration of all of their identities and to create a welcoming and inclusive space on campus that supports academic and personal growth. We provide 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 and interacting with individuals from different cultures. 303-492-5667, C4C N320
Counseling and Psychiatric Services: https://www.colorado.edu/counseling/
CAPS offers confidential, on-campus mental health and psychiatric services for a variety of concerns, as well as a variety of support groups, consultation, and education. 303-492-2277, CAPS Office, walk-in: C4C N352, Psychiatric Services: Wardenburg Health Center 3rd Floor
Disability Services: https://www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices/
Disability Services provides students with disabilities with tools, reasonable accommodations, and support services to participate fully in the academic environment. 303-492-8671, C4C N200
Health Promotion: http://www.colorado.edu/health/promotion
The program aims to foster a community that promotes students’ health and well-being. They support students in developing skills to make informed choices about health, addressing stress, sleep, body image, sexual health, tobacco use, relationship wellness, alcohol toxicity, food and society, and how to help others effectively. 303-492-2937, Wardenburg Health Center, 1st Floor
Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance: http://www.colorado.edu/institutionalequity/
The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance investigates all claims of discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct. They also coordinate the provision of accommodations or interim remedies as necessary, and provide educational training and sessions. 303-492-2127, 3100 Marine St. 2nd Floor
Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution: https://www.colorado.edu/osccr/
The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution administers the Student Code of Conduct and processes complaints and the conduct process, along with the Restorative Justice and Conflict Resolution Programs, to support community safety, student growth and success. 303-492-5550, C4C S485
Office of Victim Assistance: https://www.colorado.edu/ova/
OVA provides free, confidential response services for students, faculty, staff and their significant others who experience traumatic, disturbing or disruptive life events. They do this by providing information, support and short-term counseling. 303-492-8855, C4C N352
Moving to End Sexual Assault: www.movingtoendsexualassault.org
MESA is Boulder County’s rape crisis center. They provide counseling and advocacy for victims and survivors of sexual assault, in addition to education. Hotline: 303-443-7300
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence: http://www.safehousealliance.org/
SPAN provides culturally relevant services to victims of domestic violence and promotes nonviolence and social justice through violence prevention education. 24 Hour Crisis Line: 303-444-2424