The Employee Services website for health insurance
contains enrollment information, insurance options and policy information,
university policies, and forms for verifying a dependent.1
In faculty insurance, the medical insurance plans administered by Anthem (Exclusive,
Extended, and High Deductible) cover gender-affirming surgeries according to
Anthem’s medical policies and guidelines. Please check each plan’s “Benefits
Booklet” for more information.
For students, the university no longer offers its
own optional health insurance coverage. Students should visit the official Colorado health insurance exchange to explore health insurance options.
The Women and Gender Center website
contains more information about how to change a name or gender
Check out our list of ways to engage
with the on-campus community here.4
The LGBT Student Resource Center is located in Tivoli Student Union, Room 213. The phone number is
To report sexual harassment,
misconduct, or discrimination, contact the Office of Equity.
For other university-related concerns,
contact the Ombuds Office.
The Auraria Higher Education Center
has produced a number of videos about safety on campus. Also, the Auraria
Police Department has a number of resources and tips related to safety on campus.
There is a night shuttle and motorist assistance available on campus.
The Auraria Campus is equipped with
emergency telephone call stations. Each emergency phone is equipped with a call
button that immediately connects to Auraria Campus Police Dispatch. Outdoor
phones are located in parking lots and pedestrian areas—they are red and stand
approximately 9 feet high. Indoor emergency phones are located throughout the
main buildings in common areas.