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YOU@CUDENVER is available to all CU Denver students.  It is an anonymous web-based program where you can set personal goals, get personalized tips, and access resources to improve all dimensions of wellness.   

CARE Team 

Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Team: Help with Case Management, conduct issues, Auraria Police, Lynx Crossing – on-campus living and legal counsel 

Health Center at Auraria:  

Enhancing student success through innovative health services. 

Phoenix Center:  

The Phoenix Center at Auraria (PCA) provides free and confidential resources and assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence (relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking), as well as their friends, families, and concerned others. 

Wellness Center: 

Spaces, programs, and experiences for overall wellness. 

Auraria Recovery Community:  

The Auraria Recovery Community is a community of students in recovery and their allies. 

Center for Identity and Inclusion:  

CII provides services: to support underrepresented students and promote a diverse and inclusive campus for all students, faculty, and staff. 

CII consists of American Indian Student Services (AISS), Asian American Student Services (AASS), Black Student Services (BSS), and Latinx Student Services (LSS). CII provides vital links to the culturally rich and diverse community surrounding CU Denver. 

Office of Disability Resources and Services:  

Promotes an inclusive experience and equal access for students to all aspects of campus life. We will coordinate reasonable accommodations to provide students equal access to the university’s programs, activities, and services. 

Office of Equity:  

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. 

Career Center: 

Help students understand what brought them to college, how they can build experiences and relationships, and to realize their professional potential.  

Topics of drop-ins or appointments can cover any career related need: choosing a major, making a career change, developing a career plan, building a resume, interviewing assistance, job search assistance, graduate school search and applications, building your professional image, and even LinkedIn profile reviews. 

Veteran Student Services: 

The University of Colorado Denver is military friendly and committed to providing service members and their families with a high-quality education, catered to their distinct needs. The Office of Veteran and Military Student Services (VMSS) supports veteran, active duty, reservist, national guard, and dependent students. 

Ombuds Office: 

The Ombuds Office helps you navigate in conflict, acts as a no-barrier, first stop for students, faculty and staff seeking guidance, information and insight from a trusted advisor who is: confidential, independent, impartial, informal, voluntary.  

LGBTQ Student Resource Center:  

The LGBTQ Student Resource Center is a tri-institutional office serving students, faculty, and staff of all genders and sexualities on the Auraria Campus. 

Single Stop:  

Single Stop at CU Denver connects students to local community and governmental resources (e.g., SNAP and Medicaid) that can help them overcome barriers to basic needs.