This list provides website and/or contact information for programs and centers on campus that help support students in achieving their academic and career goals. Please feel free to contact us to add to this list.
Academic Success and Advising Center
Website: Advising Center
Helps new freshmen and transfer students (undeclared, pre-business, pre-engineer, and College of Arts and Media freshmen) through academic advising, schedule planning and referrals to other on-campus resources.Academic Advising for declared majors is located in the Individuals schools and colleges.
Website: Career Center
Help students and alumni find a job or get assistance with everything job-related, from resume writing to interviewing skills. Career center also helps students with career assessments and career counseling. Works with outside employers to give them access to our students and alumni.
Educational Opportunity Programs:
Websites: American Indian, Black Student , Asian Student, Hispanic Student Services
Academic advising, scholarship information, cultural programs, in-depth advocacy and counseling for students of color. EOP programs include American Indian Students, Black Student Services, Asian American Student Services and Hispanic Student services.
Experiential Learning Center
The Experiential Learning Center (ELC) serves students, faculty, employers, and community partners as a resource for experiential learning opportunities. They offer information, resources and support in the development and coordination of academic internships and co-ops, service-learning courses, volunteer opportunities, and undergraduate research experiences.
Student and Community Counseling Center
Website: Counseling Center
The Student and Community Counseling Center at The University of Colorado Denver provides - free and low-cost professional therapy to university students and community members willing to take the important step. Therapy takes place year-round, not just during the traditional school year. The Counseling Center offers 12 free or sliding scale sessions for all students and their families attending Denver Public Schools.
Student Financial Services
Website: Costs and Financing
Student Financial Services is comprised of three units which serve students at both the Downtown Campus and Anschutz Medical Campus. The Assistant Vice Chancellor's office provides oversight over the Bursar and Financial Aid functions, and also participates in policy decisions that span student records and student financial services issues. The Bursar's Office is responsible for all activities related to student billing, tuition collections, institutionally managed loan programs, and coordination with state collections. The Financial Aid Office is responsible for financial aid, scholarships, and student employment.
TRiO Student Support Services
Website: TRiO SSS
Federally funded grant program for first-generation low-income students and students with disabilities who have a need for academic support and are either citizens or permanent residents: advocacy, peer and professional mentoring, tutoring, advising, scholarship and financial aid application assistance. Other services include: study skills development, career exploration, graduate school preparation, leadership development, and social and cultural events. TRiO-SSS serves 165 students per year. Students must apply and accepted to the program to receive services.