Phone: (303 )315-35101
Fax : (303) 315-5315
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Services Food Pantry
For more information, please contact the CU Denver Food Pantry at 303.556.5830 or email@example.com
ASAC provides academic advising
to all undergraduate students who haven’t declared a major yet, including:
Liberal Arts & Sciences Undecided13
Arts & Media Undecided
Arts & Media Freshmen
The Learning Resource Center provides tutoring, supplemental instruction, and study skills workshops. Tutoring is offered in two forms, open lab or one-on-one sessions.
Programs include: American Indian Student Services, Asian American Student Services, Black Student Services and Hispanic Student Services. The mission of these programs is to facilitate admission and retention of students of diverse backgrounds. Resources include resource referral, advocacy and cultural programs.
TRIO/Student Support Services especially for first generation, low-income students or students with disabilities: advocacy, peer and professional mentoring, tutoring, advising, scholarship and financial aid application assistance.
The Financial Aid Office is your source for financial aid including grants, loans, work-study and student employment.
Scholarship information and guidance on the scholarship application process.
Provides mental health counseling services to the CU Denver student body as well as the Denver Metro Community. This includes group, family and couples therapy and various workshops. Think Strong Skill Building Workshops a series to strengthen emotions, improve relations and enhance your relationships.
Provides students, staff and customers with a one stop concept of student services. They are the first point of contact for the Admissions Office, Bursar's Office, the Financial Aid Office and Office of the Registrar.
Encourages all students to take advantage of all of the academic resources, out of class learning and recreational opportunities that are available through the year at CU Denver.
Visit the Career Center to get help with a job search, the interview process and networking. They can also help you if you are unsure about your major or want to find more information about career opportunities in your major.
Get real life experience through internships, cooperative education, service learning, community engagement and undergraduate research.