We have compiled common questions about the CoSIBS program. If you have other questions or need further information, then please email us.
What happens after I have
accepted admission into the 2020 CoSIBS program?
- Ms. Melissa Koons will work with you to arrange your travel and registration
for the CoSIBS courses. Specifically:
- Travel: The
program will cover the cost of your round-trip costs in traveling to and from
Denver. You will arrive on Sunday, June 14 and depart on Saturday, July 25.
- Registration: Ms. Koons
will work with you to register as a non-degree-seeking student at the
University of Colorado Denver. You will register for two courses in the theory
and methods of biostatistics. These courses are each worth 3 semester hours of
credit at UC Denver. The CoSIBS program will pay your tuition for these
What is the housing like?
- You will be housed in the Campus Village at the
University of Colorado Denver.
will be housed in groups of four per room. The rooms have two 2-person bedrooms
a common shared area, and bathroom. Floor plans can be found on the Campus Village website
bedroom is fully furnished with two extra long twin size beds, dressers,
desks, chairs, and a spacious closet, one for each resident. This floor plan
also features a kitchenette with a full-size refrigerator, sink and
microwave. Living room furniture is also included.
- Yes, a food stipend is provided for each student to
cover the cost of meals. Students will receive $1,200 and a $100 meal card for
the cafeteria at Children’s Hospital Colorado. In addition 4-5 meals are
typically provided for special events.
I have to stay at the University of Colorado Denver?
- Yes, the extra activities and shared experience are an
important part of the SIBS programs, so it cannot be a commuting
drive a car to Denver?
- Yes, and there is some parking available at Campus
Village. If you are planning to drive to Denver, then we will get that
information when we arrange travel.