Your Academic Advisor is an excellent resource. Along with course registration, planning your schedule, and learning more about degree requirements, advisors can connect you with the right resources and guide you along their entire academic journey.
Schedule an appointment with your advisor here!
The Auraria Library is an great resource for improving research skills and gathering materials for coursework. In addition to course reserve textbooks and computer labs, the library is an excellent place to study alone or with friends.
At CU Denver, billing and payments are handled by the Bursar's Office. Their website is designed to share everything you need to know about your tuition bill.
DRS promotes an inclusive experience and equal access for students to all aspects of campus life. They will coordinate reasonable accommodations to provide students equal access to the university’s programs, activities, and services.
The Financial Aid office helps students find assistance and services that can help you pay for college. They can assist in financial literacy as well as help you navigate grants and student loans.
The LRC provide several different services that cater to every student's specific learning requirements. Use their website as a one-stop-shop to learn more about their services and make an appointment for the ones that best suit your needs. Each service provided by the Learning Resources Center is available at no additional cost for fee-paying CU Denver students.
Academic Coaching workshops help students build and hone their working skills, like time management, which are also helpful for your future career.
Peer Tutoring is available for any of the listed classes. Work with a peer that took this class and did well.
RISE The Resources for Immigrant Students and English Language Learners (RISE) program is an academic and social support program that has a goal to support immigrant and English Language Learners by providing them with one-on-one meetings in which they can talk about their academic needs.
Workshops offer a variety of services and resources so you can discover the learning and study methods that work best for you.
(MaSS, formerly MERC) is tutoring specific to math and statistics based courses.
OIT is responsible for technology support for the entire campus. Here you can find help with programs, software, and hardware essential to your education and college experience.
The Registrar's office houses your student records and important paperwork. Their team brings expertise in areas related to registration, academic calendars, catalogs, degree audit, grade collection, diplomas, transcripts, enrollment certification, veteran education benefits, and more.
The Writing Center empowers student writers through collaborative discussion and instruction, no matter the project size or discipline.
Many students don't know how to start a conversation with an instructor. This template provides a general script to help you start the conversation with your professor. Any of our staff are glad to help you craft a more specific email, just contact us!