IHI Open School Change the Narrative Pledge Please join in signing the IHI Open School Change the Narrative Pledge to commit to using person-first language related to persons with substance use disorders. This will take you 1 minute and you will help increase the number of students in our program participating. Our aim is to have 50% of all 1st and 2nd year students sign the pledge in all health professions programs, so over 500 students on campus!Simply enter in your name, @cuanschutz email, and our institutional team name (CU Anschutz CIPE) here.For more information about the Recover Hope Campaign see this site.This is a campus wide pledge and we are proud as the School of Public Health to be engaging with other disciplines on campus.
We know that being a student in the health professions can be stressful. The heavy workload of our academic rigor, the competing demands on your time, being separated from your family and previous support network, can all have an impact on your wellness.That’s why we’re excited to announce a new tool to help you manage stress. The YOU@CUAnschutz wellness portal is designed to help you cope with pressure, set goals and tackle your academics, career path and social life. YOU@CUAnschutz helps you take charge of your future in the areas of academic and career success, physical and mental well-being, and finding meaningful connections and purpose on campus. Or, as we think of it, Succeed, Thrive, Matter.ColoradoSPH students who's home campus is CU Anschutz can sign up through the YOU@CUAnschutz portal.
Loan Repayment Strategies
Questions and concerns about repaying student loans? The ColoradoSPH Tri-Campus Student Leadership hosted a Loan Repayment Strategies Session with Gail Sasao, Senior Advisor Financial Aid, in March. Slides from the session and additional resources are available on the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office website.
The Writing Center at CU Denver
The Writing Center serves undergraduate & graduate
students on the CU Denver, CU Anschutz, and CU South Denver
campuses; visitors to the Auraria Library; as well as residents of
Campus Village Denver.
For more information about the Center check out the webpage.
Professional Development Stipend
Career Services, within the Office of Admissions and Student Affairs at the Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH), offers this professional development funding opportunity to all currently enrolled students in good academic standing. Applications will be reviewed and awarded on a competitive basis.
A maximum of $500 per student per academic year is available. Funds will be provided as a reimbursement, after students attend a professional development event and provide receipts and proof of attendance.
There are three application cycles/deadlines per year. Students should submit an application by the deadline that coincides with the date of their professional development event.