CU Denver has a robust network of programs that support students as they achieve their educational goals. From honors to advocacy, these resources support and enrich the educational experience.
The services listed here are part of the university’s central administration. You will find many other options for involvement within a particular school or college at the university. The following centers, offices and programs are staffed by professionals who are committed to serving their student clients.
Tuition and fees for the university. The Costs and Financing Office includes the Office of Financial Aid, the Bursar's Office and Loan Repayment/Debt.
The university operates on the semester system, but not all our academic calendars are the same. Check out health sciences programs for differences from the Denver Campus.
University students can register, track their degree progress, print their schedule and check their grades using the online SMART system
The Office of the Registrar will support you when planning an academic program that best fits your goals. Degree planning includes degree audits and planning for graduation.
Applying for Graduation
The library is the heart of a university. The university has two excellent libraries—one for Denver Campus students at Auraria and the Health Sciences Library at the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Health Sciences Library
The Scholarship/Resource Office provides information about scholarships and offers guidance in the scholarship application process. There you will find helpful information such as how to search for a scholarship, how to write an effective essay and the scholarship application calendar.
Congratulations: you did it! Now you just need to know when and where to pick-up that coveted degree. But don't forget your cap and gown!
Students at the university have access to services and programs that will support them in their program of study and supply the resources they need for success.