Student Relief Fund
The Latinx Faculty and Staff Group and the AAPI Faculty and Staff Affinity Group worked to establish the Student Relief Fund in partnership with CU Foundations. The Student Relief Fund is an opportunity to financially support undocumented (DACA/ASSET/Dreamer) students who cannot receive federal aid, have financial need, exemplified strong leadership in their community, demonstrate strong academic promise and are working hard to pursue their education. We invite you to join us in this effort.
For more information visit the Undocumented Student Services website.
The Intercultural Engagement Certificate (IEC) is designed to encourage student involvement in diversity workshop, cultural events, and other gatherings. IEC represents an increase in cultural understanding that is an essential skill in our increasingly diverse, and global world. This certificate is a great addition to a resume or graduate school application it shows application review committees you value cultural diversity and you made a dedicated effort to engage in and learn about other cultures. It is also an excellent way to get involved on campus, meet students from diverse backgrounds, and learn about other cultures.
For more information visit the IEC page.2
Mixed Heritiage programming is for students who identify with more than one race, ethnicity, culture, nationality, heritage, transracially adopted and/or interracial relationships. This programming challenges societies single box categories intends to create a safe space for students to establish community and find solidarity in shared experiences.
To find out more about mixed heritage programming contact James Speed.
James Speed, Coordinator6
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Summer Bridge is a program designed to allow students who plan to attend CU Denver to get an early start. The Summer Bridge Program is FREE to students who have been admitted and committed to CU Denver.
In partnership with the Learning Resources Center (LRC) and the Louis Stokes Colorado Alliance for Minority Participation (CO-AMP), the Center for Identity & Inclusion offers additional tutoring hours for the Fall and Spring Academic Semesters. Additional tutoring is available for the following subjects, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Math, Physics, and Psychology.
For more information visit the CII Tutoring page.5