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Student Resources

Student resources available by student Phase. Also note the Student Handbook which contains all student policies.






Campus Health Center

Phone: 303-724-6242

The clinic accepts most health insurance, offers same or next-day appointments, and walk-ins are welcome. Example of services: Immunizations, minor skin condition, minor eye care, minor sprains, routine lab testing (step, flu, mono) nebulizer treatments, suture removal, ear infections, cold and flu, well woman exams, urinary tract infractions. Blood glucose and blood pressure checks are also available. The clinic also has a well-staffed mental health clinic with experienced practitioners.

Mental Health Services

Provides comprehensive and confidential mental health services for all students (including postdoctoral fellows and graduate students) enrolled in the schools located at the Anschutz Medical Campus (Medical, Dental, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, postdoctoral programs, graduate school, etc.).  Initial appointments are scheduled relatively quickly, often within the same week. Options for ongoing care include receiving treatment from the AMC Student Mental Health clinicians, the UCH Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, and a community network of providers, depending on insurance coverage.

After Hours Care: 

Call the University of Colorado Hospital Operator at 720-848-0000

In Case of Emergency:  

Off campus – go to the nearest emergency room

On campus, call 303-724-4444 or go to the UCH emergency room, notify the staff that you are a student.

Colorado Physician Health Program (CPHP)

CPHP can assist students, physicians, residents who may have health problems, which, if left untreated, could adversely affect their ability to practice medicine safely.  They can assist with Depression, Stress, Relationship Issues, ADHD, Chronic Pain, Emotional Problems, Bipolar, Career Issues, Substance Abuse, Professional Boundary Issues, Sleep disorders, Psychiatric Issues, etc.    There is no charge to students for individual CPHP appointments CPHP provides: Evaluation and Assessment, Treatment Referral and Monitoring, Urine Drug Screen, Family services

Students can self-refer to CPHP.  

Phone: 303-860-0122.

Advocacy and Support Center

Sexual Assault - The Blue Bench, 


Domestic Violence - Gateway Domestic Violence Services, 303-343-1851

The CU Anschutz Advocacy and Support Center is a campus resource providing support to students, faculty and staff who’ve experienced sexual assault or interpersonal violence at home or on campus in an education/clinical environment or a community/public setting.





Student Professionalism Committee

The Office of Professionalism exists to provide faculty, residents, fellows and students a resource on campus to obtain fair and equitable treatment for all matters. Under appropriate circumstances, the office can serve as an advocate for fair and equitable treatment for faculty, residents, fellows and students and can facilitate safe reporting of mistreatment or abuse. The Office is available to help faculty, residents, fellows and students with all issues and concerns and provides consultations, short-term coaching, counseling, referrals, alternative dispute resolution and facilitation. The Office can also assist faculty, students, and staff members in preparation for various meetings and conversations. The services of the Office of Professionalism are provided free of charge.                                                                                          Email is the fastest response (no confidential information to be included in email)                                                                             Offsite and onsite visits are by appointment only.

Phone: 303-724-7854                                                          

Student Professionalism Resources

Student Honor Council 

Its aims are to instill and maintain ethical and honest behavior in medical students and to create an institution where unethical and dishonest behaviors do not exist. From those early beginnings the Honor Code and Honor Council have evolved into the present highly successful system. This system, which confers many responsibilities as well as freedoms upon students, strives to create an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect among all members of the campus and medical community.

Office of Professional Excellence

Phone: 303-724-4776 

The CU Anschutz Office of Professionalism provides a resource to obtain a fair and equitable process and resolution for all matters pertaining to professionalism concerns regarding students, residents, fellows, staff members, and faculty in any school or college on the Anschutz Medical Campus.



E-mail address: and

The Ombuds Office is a resource available to all faculty, students and staff of the University community to provide informal conflict resolution. The Ombuds Office provides a forum for prompt, impartial and confidential discussion for individuals to review options for informal resolutions of differences. They do not provide legal services or counseling. The primary goal of the Ombudsperson is to ensure that employees and students receive fair and equitable treatment. The Ombuds Office provides confidential and independent services to the University community.



Specialty Advisor List

List of Student Specialty Groups​


 School of Medicine

Advanced Studies



Clinical Core Phase III

CUSOM Org Charts


Essentials Core Phases 1 and II

Foundations of Doctoring

Integrated Clinicians Course (ICC)

International Electives

MD Degree Curriculum

Medical Education Technology Alliance  (META) Tech support for students

Mentored Scholarly Activity and Research Track

Phase I and II Electives

Phase III Scheduling

Phase IV Electives



Problem Based Learning (PBL)

UME Committees

Phase IV

2020 Guidebook​

Step I Resources




 Student Groups

Medical Student Council (MSC)

Student Senate

Interest Groups

Student Groups​



People Search Directory​