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Graduate School at University of Colorado Denver

The Graduate School at UC Denver

Student Services

Student Organizations

Your educational experience at UC Denver can be more than just sitting in a classroom. Get involved with a variety of student-based organizations.

Student Senate

The Student Senate is the student governing body for the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus. The Senate is a vehicle through which the feelings and opinions of the entire student body can be conveyed to the administration (Chancellor/Regents/President), faculty and others. Through past efforts, the Senate has established an excellent working rapport with the administration, and the opportunity for meaningful student input in the modification of policies throughout the Anschutz Medical Campus.

The Graduate Student Council (GSC) represents graduate student interests at the Student Senate, and relays ideas and issues of concern from graduate students to the administration. GSC meetings are also social forums; at meetings, students have the chance to meet people from programs other than their own. The GSC agrees with the University's vision of an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment for research. For this reason, the main goal of the GSC is to increase communication between students, between departments, and between students and the administration.

Alternatives in Science Club

The Alternatives in Science Club facilitates a tight-knit community of scientists interested in the potential of science outside the walls of the university and is dedicated to career development for students, Post-docs, and faculty of the University of Colorado. Everyone is welcome to join.

Additional opportunities for involvement are available on the Campus Life website.

The Graduate School encourages students to take advantage of all of the academic resources, out-of-class learning and recreational opportunities that are available throughout the year at UC Denver. Below are some of the opportunities available on the Denver Campus.

Student Clubs and Organizations

The Denver Campus has more than 100 student organizations, honor societies, professional organizations and faith-based groups.

Service Learning and Volunteer Opportunities

The Office of Experiential Learning coordinates community engagement activities for students that are academically relevant and contribute to the needs of the community.

Leadership Programs

Leadership Programs facilitate the development of the student as a whole person, academically, spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically and enrich students’ college experience. Leadership training programs help to build essential leadership skills while building bonds between students.

Additional opportunities for involvement are available on the Campus Life website.

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