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CUE&A provides academic advising to College of Arts and Media (CAM) first-years, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) undeclared students, Pre-architecture students, and undergraduate non-degree and Concurrent Enrollment students. In addition, the CUE&A invites students still exploring their academic options to make an appointment with a CUE&A Success Advisor.
You should meet with your advisor at least once each semester.
Schedule an advising appointment in October to early November to discuss classes for spring. Schedule an advising appointment in March to early April to discuss classes for summer or fall.
You should also meet with your advisor any time you are having trouble with a class, have questions about the university, or need help with something.
CUE&A, your school/college advising office, or another unit on campus may place an alert on your record that prevents you from registering for the next semester.
In most cases the hold is meant as a reminder that you have some outstanding business to attend to (meeting an advisor, paying a bill) before the next semester. You should contact the office that has placed the hold to resolve it.
In order to receive transfer credit for classes taken at another university, you must have an official copy of your transcript sent to Admissions. CU Denver will only accept classes from accredited universities and will evaluate your transcript to determine your transfer credit. For more questions, please contact Admissions.
Admissions Mailing Address: University of Colorado Denver Admissions Campus Box 167, PO Box 173364 Denver, CO 80217 303-315-2601