Some of our advising services have changed with the new format for the spring semester. To get all of the details for how your specific school or college will operate, you can check the spring advising spreadsheet where each advising unit has explained how to access their services.
Advising at CU Denver is more than just scheduling classes. It's an ongoing, collaborative partnership designed to help students grow academically, personally, and professionally. CU Denver advisors have developed three learning outcomes to help guide this partnership and give students a clear definition of what they can expect to learn as a result of their advising experience. Because each student has different needs and strengths, each advising relationship will be different, and some outcomes may bring out greater focus than others throughout the advising experience.
Our three advising learning outcome categories target knowledge, skills, and inherent personal qualities—illustrated in the answers to three simple questions.
Academic advising at CU Denver is as diverse as the students that learn here. Each system is designed to engage students’ academic choices, interests, and exploration. There is no main advising center. Advising for undergraduate and graduate students is primarily organized within the seven academic CU Denver schools and colleges. The Center for Undergraduate Exploration and Advising (CUE&A) is an additional resource for undergraduate students.
Connecting with your advising office is simple. Just go to your UCDAccess student portal and click on the Advisor icon in your Student Center. You can also schedule an advising appointment through your portal. Click on Make an Appointment in the upper right.
Students at CU Denver receive academic advising primarily from professional advisors and/or faculty advisors. Learn how advising works at your school or college, or at the Center for Undergraduate Exploration and Advising.