The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center (SCCC)
provides mental health and counseling services to CU Denver Students and the
Denver Metro community. CU Denver students receive counseling sessions at no
cost as part of student fees. In addition to individual counseling,
SCCC also offers couple and family counseling and workshops.
Center at Auraria is a tri-institutional department that serves students,
faculty and staff from all three colleges on the Auraria Campus, as well as
personnel from the Auraria Higher Education Center. Our on-campus
facility provides X-ray services, a medical laboratory and a prescription
dispensing outlet. All medical personnel are trained to address walk-in
care concerns, primary care illnesses and injuries, chronic medical conditions
and preventive health care and wellness.
The Phoenix Center at Auraria | Anschutz (PCA) serves students, staff,
and faculty associated with CU Denver, CU Anschutz, Community College of
Denver, and MSU Denver. The PCA provides free and confidential resources
and assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence (relationship violence,
sexual violence, and stalking), as well as their friends, families, and
concerned others. The PCA support services include academic advocacy,
assistance reporting to the school and/or law enforcement at the survivor’s
request, safety planning, court accompaniment, emotional support, and more. The
PCA also provides campus education and training, awareness raising events, and
campus policy guidance.
University of Colorado Denver Center for Identity & Inclusion (CII)
consists of American
Indian Student Services (AISS), Asian
American Student Services (AASS), Black
Student Services (BSS) and Latinx
Student Services (LSS). EOP provides vital links to the
culturally rich and diverse community surrounding CU Denver. CII provides
services: a) to support underrepresented students and b) to promote a diverse
and inclusive campus for all students, faculty, and staff.
Student Resource Center is a tri-institutional office on the Auraria Campus
serving the students, faculty and staff of Metropolitan State College of
Denver, Community College of Denver and University of Colorado at Denver and
Health Sciences Center. We are available to all Auraria students as a resource
for exploring issues of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Disability Resources and Services Office is the designated office that
maintains disability-related records, determines eligibility for academic
accommodations, determines reasonable accommodations and develops plans for the
provision of such accommodations for students attending the university.
Creating positive transition and support
programs for student service members, veterans, and their families, in order to
support their transition into academics, increase their graduation success rate,
and assist them in achieving placement in their chosen career field following
The Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation (CARE) Team was
created to address the health and safety needs of students as well as the
campus community. The purpose of the team is to assess whether individuals pose
a risk to themselves or others and to intervene when necessary, and more
generally, to identify and provide assistance to those in need. The team takes
a preventative approach to risk assessment by offering resources, referrals,
and support to both the concerning individual and those impacted by their
The Academic Success and Advising Center is
a centralized advising office that serves students who fall into the
following populations: Liberal Arts & Sciences Undeclared, Arts & Media
Undeclared, Arts & Media Freshmen, Pre-Business, Pre-Engineering and Pre-Architecture
You are encouraged to meet with an advisor every
semester before registering. Advising appointments are required for incoming
freshman and transfer students.
The Auraria Campus Police Department is committed to
enhancing the quality of life on the Auraria Campus and for the institutions it
serves—the Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State University of
Denver, University of Colorado Denver, and the Auraria Higher Education Center.
The Auraria Campus Police Department is responsible for the protection of life
and property, detection of crime, enforcement of laws and regulations, investigations,
traffic control, building and facility security.
The Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards serves as
a resource to the entire university community through its efforts to meet the
developmental and educational needs of students related to community
expectations, civility and respect for self and others. We function to support
community members with conflict management and resolution, and responding to
inappropriate and threatening behaviors. We provide student-centered
educational services, which promote personal development and individual
responsibility. We strive to create a dynamic, open and just environment where
civility, cultural competence, and learning are expected and celebrated.
The Learning Resources Center (LRC) is designed to promote student
success, retention, and graduation in the academic setting. Services are
available to all University of Colorado Denver undergraduate and graduate
students. LRC offers academic development workshops, tutoring, study groups,