Depression, anxiety, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Mental health issues can stand between you and your goals, but they don’t have to. As a student, you have access to support and treatment for your mental health, so you can move full-speed ahead with your life and your dreams.
The TELUS Health app helps CU Denver students succeed by providing 24/7 access to Lifework’s Student Support Program.
Food and Hunger
We never want you to have to pick and choose between being able to afford food and being able to afford an education. Food security and nutrition is extremely important at CU Denver. If you ever find yourself unable to pay for food or groceries, please remember there are plenty of resources available to you.
Located on Level 3 of the Salazar Student Wellness Center in the Wellness Suite. Staff is available to answer any questions and to provide you access to the CU Denver Food Pantry.
Safety and Security
We all want to feel safe here, so we can focus on the real reasons we’re here— to study, learn, and grow. That’s why CU Denver Lynx look out for each other. If you have a safety concern for yourself or someone else, you can get help through these services.
To stop, prevent, and remedy discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, and any related retaliation; provide education, training and outreach; design policies and procedures to make our campus safer and more inclusive; and ensure all individuals are treated with dignity, compassion, and respect.
Here at CU Denver, we want you to feel supported no matter what. Whether you are in crisis, looking for community and inclusivity, need career guidance, or are just hoping to improve your overall wellness, we have services that will cater to your needs and help you to find your footing as a Lynx.
Resources for faculty and staff to help identify and respond to students in crisis. As fellow members of the CU Denver community, it is important that we respond with compassion.