Published: Oct. 10, 2016

Re-posting this message from earlier this semester

As advocacy centers within the division of Student Affairs, we are saddened and upset by the unfortunate incidents against Black people in the United States. We acknowledge that these tragedies can have a significant impact on people in our communities. As a CU community, recognizing that institutional racism occurs at all levels, we encourage working together to create dialogue and solutions among students, staff, faculty, and police. We would like to continue to do our best to support students within our CU Boulder community who are impacted by providing opportunities to talk and receive support.  We all process tragedies differently which can range in emotions such as experiencing frustration, confusion, anger, sadness, etc. If you are in need of support during this time (and any time), please reach out to any professional staff at the following centers: 

  • The Cultural Unity and Engagement Center: Center for Community (C4C), Suite N320; www.colorado.edu/cue; 303-492-5667
  • The Gender and Sexuality Center: Center for Community, Room N450; www.colorado.edu/gsc; (303) 492-1377

  • The Office of Veteran Services: Center for Community (C4C), Room S482; http://www.colorado.edu/veterans/; 303-492-7322

  • The Women’s Resource Center: University Memorial Center, Room 416; www.colorado.edu/wrc; 303-492-5713

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (confidential): Walk-in Hours: M - F: 10AM - 4PM; www.colorado.edu/health/counseling; 303-492-6766; two locations: Center for Community room S440; Wardenburg, 1st floor

  • The Office of Victims Assistance (confidential): Center for Community, Room S440; http://cuvictimassistance.com/; 303-492-8855