Anschutz Medical Campus
In late 2007, the University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program moved to the Anschutz Medical Campus
in Aurora, located just 20 minutes from the downtown Denver campus. The architects have bathed the interior of the buildings with crisp Colorado sunshine radiating through spacious windows 300 days a year. With grassy areas abound throughout the campus, students will frequently study outdoors and during free periods play a variety of intramural sports
on the Boettcher Commons in spring and summer. However, every season students enjoy the urban sophistication and outdoor adventure that encompasses the Colorado lifestyle
Anschutz Medical Campus was designed to promote interprofessional interaction and education among students from all health professional programs on campus. Physical therapy students routinely interact with other health professionals, such as physicians, physician assistants, nurses, dentists, pharmacists and researchers.
Our state-of-the-art campus features:
Office of Campus Student Services
Once admitted to the Physical Therapy Program, students will have access to the many resources offered by the Office of Campus Student Services at Anschutz Medical Campus. Though there are no housing opportunities on campus, the Office of Campus Student Services provides housing listings and roommate services on their website. Also available is the Student Life Handbook, which outlines information relating to student life, including, but not limited to the following areas:
- Print and Copy Privileges
- Counseling Services
- Student Health Insurance
- Legal Services
- Parking and Transportation
- and much more!
"It's a career that you can continually reinvent yourself. You can work with everyone across the age spectrum, from children to the elderly. I can see myself really growing."
Speaking about Stout Street Clinic..."The opportunity to serve the public, with faculty that are teaching you, that's an amazing opportunity. The faculty's passion for their interests and the profession, it definitely rubs off on the students."