General Campus Information
This website provides information
for students, alumni, families, faculty and staff on career development,
internship and post-graduate employment. The site also includes a
comprehensive events calendar. Students may use the Handshake app to search for on or off-campus student hourly or Work-Study positions. Students may also receive support for selecting a major and career development resources from the Career Center. For more information, contact the Career Center.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) collects, analyzes
and makes available data related to education in the U.S. and other nations. CU
Denver provides information to NCES that is posted to the College Navigator website. For questions related to the information provided to College Navigator,
contact the Office of Institutional
Research & Effectiveness.
Infringement Policies and Sanctions
This site provides
comprehensive information about the use of copyrighted materials and includes
links to campus policy on file sharing and other copyright resources for
- Disability Resources and Services
The University of Colorado
Denver is an educational institution that welcomes and supports a diverse
student body. Disability Resources and Services 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
Alcohol Abuse Policy and Prevention Plan
As an institution that
participates in the Federal Student Financial Aid Program, the university must provide information to students, faculty and staff to prevent drug and alcohol abuse. This
information is required by the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments
of 1989. Information about programming opportunities, assistance programs
available to students and employees with suspected drug or alcohol problems and
the possible repercussions of violating state and institutional drug and
alcohol policies is available in the Drugs
and Alcohol Policy in the Catalog. Institutional
drug and alcohol rules are available in the academic policies and
procedures section of the CU Denver Undergraduate Catalog.
of Student Records
Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that is meant to
protect the privacy of educational records. FERPA gives students the right to review
educational records, seek to amend inaccurate information in their records and
provide consent for the disclosure of their records. For more information on FERPA and the
University of Colorado Denver FERPA policy, please visit the Office
of the Registrar’s Policies webpage.
o Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The university is committed to respecting all members of our university community and providing a quality educational experience for all students and provides a Complaints & Grievances webpage which includes policies and resources to assist students in reporting threatening or harmful behavior, or filing grievances or appeals. It is our objective to ensure that students' concerns and complaints are addressed fairly and resolved promptly. Complaints are usually the result of behavior that the student feels is unjust, inequitable, or creates an unnecessary hardship.
information is available to students in the UCDAccess portal
when they access their class schedules. Information includes ISBN number and
price of required and recommended textbooks. The
Tivoli Station is the bookstore that
serves CU Denver.
- Vaccination Policy
State Law requires freshman, transfer and graduate students to submit proof of
certain vaccinations. To ensure the
health and safety of our campus, proof of immunization is required prior to
more information about the Auraria Campus immunization policy for CU Denver students, visit Health Center at Auraria Immunization
Information about Academic Programs
- Teacher Preparation Program
Title II Institutional Report on the Quality of Teacher
Preparation for the Professional Teacher Preparation Program.
For a comparison to Title II data for other educator
preparation programs in Colorado, go to Title II State Report and click on the Colorado link.
- Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements
Student Outcome Information
Outcome information is based on full-time, first-time
students who enroll at CU Denver as freshmen.
Health & Safety Information
The Jeanne Clery
Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act
(Clery Act) requires
colleges and universities participating in federal student aid programs to
disclose campus safety information, and imposes certain basic requirements for
handling incidents of sexual violence and emergency situations.
Information about specific crimes and emergencies is made publicly available on
an ongoing basis throughout the year. Disclosures about crime statistics
and summaries of security policies are made once a year in the Annual
Security and Fire Safety Report. The Annual Security and Fire Safety
Report is available online to view and/or download. A paper copy
may also be requested by contacting University Police.
To comply with the Clery Act, CU Denver must meet certain obligations required by federal law. They include:
classify and count crime reports and crime statistics
educational programs and campaigns
procedures for institutional disciplinary action in cases of dating violence,
domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking
an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
crime statistics to the Department of Education
a daily crime log
For additional information regarding the
Clery Act for CU Denver, please contact
Communication/Clery Manager Wendy Grover at 303-724-0737.
refer to Appendix 3 of the Student Code of Conduct for information regarding
the Colorado Law
Financial Assistance Information
the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office
If you have any questions
related to any of the information provided in this financial assistance
information section, please contact the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office
on the appropriate campus.
Cost of Attendance is the
estimated cost of attending the university for one academic year. This amount includes the following:
Direct Costs: Expenses the student/family pays to the university
- Tuition – Charges assessed for
- Fees – Charges assessed for
other university services
Indirect Costs: Expenses incurred as a result of attendance that
the student/family may pay to a third party, other
than the college
- Estimated living expense --
allowance for rent, utilities and food for off-campus living
- Estimated transportation costs
- Estimated books and supplies
- Miscellaneous costs
of Attendance Information
of Attendance Estimator
Disbursement of books and supplies policy for
Pell eligible students
All Pell eligible undergraduates who
have been awarded financial aid at least 10 days before the beginning of the term,
who have registered for courses, and whose awarded aid is in excess of charges
billed by the university for those courses, may use their excess funds to
purchase books and supplies. Students should be aware that
enrolling at a lesser status than the enrollment status used to award the aid
may require that the award be adjusted to match the new enrollment status,
which will lower any excess aid amount. Students should also be aware that
changes in their enrollment status after the disbursement of funds may result
in lowered or no eligibility for financial aid funds and thus the student may
owe the university a return of some or all of the funds disbursed for books and
All enrolled CU Denver students
may charge up to $500 for books and supplies at the Tivoli Station Bookstore. For more
information, visit the Tivoli Station webpage for the
Denver Charge Program.
Check your UCDAccess
portal. If you were awarded a Federal
Pell Grant award at least 10 days prior to the start of the term and have not
yet received the projected excess aid funds by the first day of the term,
please contact the Financial
Aid & Scholarships Office for assistance.
Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers
Before receiving your first
Federal Direct Loan, the U.S. Department of Education requires that you
complete the online Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note (MPN).
The Loan Entrance Counseling will provide important information about student
loans so that you will become a well-informed borrower.
The counseling covers your
rights and responsibilities, interest rates, repayment options and the
consequences of default or not repaying your loan. The MPN is your promise to
repay this loan and contains the terms and conditions of the loan, as well as
- Exit Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers
Exit counseling provides important information you need to prepare to repay your federal student loan(s). If you have received a subsidized, unsubsidized or PLUS loan under the Direct Loan Program or the FFEL Program, you must complete exit counseling each time you drop below half-time enrollment, graduate or otherwise leave school.
- National Student Loan Data
You should use NSLDS to view information
about all of the federal loans you have borrowed and Federal Grants you have
received. This site displays information on outstanding loan balances, loan
statuses and disbursements. CU Denver is
required to inform borrowers that federal loans will be submitted to NSLDS and
will be accessible by guaranty agencies, lenders and institutions determined
to be authorized users of the data system.
The Net Price Calculator is an
online tool to help prospective students and their parents estimate the cost
of attending CU Denver. The calculator provides an estimate of typical expenses
for a first-time, full-time undergraduate student to attend the university and
an estimate of financial aid that the student may be eligible to receive from
This page includes what you'll need to know about withdrawing
from the university.
of Title IV (Federal) Financial Aid
aid may be revised and/or you may be required to repay all or a portion of the
aid you received if you:
- Withdraw from some or all
of your courses
- Stop attending classes
- Enroll for less than
half-time status, or
- Fail to begin attendance
in one or more courses
read the information provided on the Financial Aid & Scholarships Withdrawing - Dropping All Your Courses webpage.
- Notice of
Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
The Higher Education Act of 1965
(HEA), as amended, suspends aid eligibility for students who have been convicted
under federal or state law of the sale or possession of drugs, if the offense
occurred during a period of enrollment for which the student was receiving
federal student aid, including grants, loans and/or work study. If you have a
conviction(s) for these offenses, call the Federal Student Aid Information
Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243).
If you have lost federal student
aid eligibility due to a drug conviction, you can regain eligibility if you
pass two unannounced drug tests conducted by a drug rehabilitation program that
complies with criteria established by the U.S. Department of Education.