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To help you be successful at University of Colorado Denver, the Office of Student Life encourages all students to take advantage of all of the academic resources, out-of-class learning and recreational aactivities that are available throughout the year at CU Denver. Below are some of the opportunities available on the Denver Campus.
The Denver Campus has more than 100 student organizations, honor societies, professional organizations and faith-based groups.
Find a Club
Start/Run a Club
Student Government provides students the opportunity to become more closely involved with the university community through active participation in student government itself or through service on university, tri-institutional and Auraria committees.
Leadership programs facilitate the development of the student as a whole person—academically, spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically—building bonds between students and enriching the college experience.
Office of Student Life Leadership Programs
Campus Recreation at Auraria Leadership and Teambuilding Programs
The Alternative Break program lets students learn through active participation in community service activities. Students donate their time in an effort to resolve issues of poverty/homelessness, immigration, the environment and education.
The purpose of the The Advocate is to provide students with information about campus issues and events. The newspaper strives to include good investigative reporting, feature articles and items of general interest to its campus readership.
The Office of Experiential Learning coordinates community engagement activities for students that have academic relevance and contribute to the needs of the community.
The Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (Air Force, Army and Navy) programs offer students the opportunity to receive a commission as an officer in the United States Air Force, United States Army, United States Navy and United States Marine Corps.
The Student Assistance Office's mission is to enhance student life on the Anschutz Medical Campus by providing excellence in specific non-academic and academic student services.
The Senate is a vehicle through which the feelings and opinions of the entire student body can be conveyed to the administration, faculty and others. Through past efforts, the Senate has established an excellent working rapport with the administration and created opportunities for meaningful student input in campus policies.
There are many student organizations and governance groups on the Anschutz Medical Campus, as well as interdisciplinary student organizations that represent interests from all over the campus.
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