Wellness is a priority for us. The Health and Wellness area is dedicated to providing an exceptional and holistic wellness experience for all CU Denver students.
Using the 7 Dimensions of Wellness, we strive to provide a safe, inclusive, welcoming, and accessible environment. We
have fun and take pride in supporting students on their wellness journey through graduation!
Come play, learn, and grow with us! You can start your journey by logging into YOU@CUDenver and creating a profile. From there you can set goals, get personalized tips, and access resources to
help create your ideal student experience.
For CU Denver students seeking assistance for mental health, emergency food or housing, and emergency financial assistance, please view the CU Denver Student Resources Guide for additional information and resources.
Available 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. the second and fourth Tuesday of the month until no longer needed. The pantry will be parked at the Walnut Lot, West 4th Street, located across from the Lynx Crossing Residence Hall, formerly known as Campus Village. Walnut Lot is next to the Auraria West station by light rail and close to Auraria Parkway & 7th by bus. You can drive or walk up.
SNAP is a food assistance program in Colorado, that provides assistance benefits as part of a federal nutrition program to help low-income households purchase food.
This website provides resources and food banks across Colorado.
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.
Medical professional and counselors are available. Contact 303-615-9999 and indicate that you would like to schedule a "Coronavirus Consultation". There will be no charge.
The Counseling Center provides remote counseling services. Mental health services will be available via telehealth/online video calls from 9-5pm. Call 303-315-7270 for information.
Free and confidential resources and assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence, as well as their friends, families, and concerned others. 303-556-2255
Feeling lonely? Nod is an app to help you build social connections and it’s free for CU Denver students. Download Nod in the app store now to get started.
A mindfulness and meditation app to help you manage stress, stay focused, and boost compassion. Sign up using your CU Denver student email.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers free 24/7 confidential support for people in distress, including suicide prevention and crisis resources for you or a loved one.
24/7 digital resource connector, supporting you in coping with the very real impacts of COVID-19.
24/7 confidential mental health support hotline. Call 1-844-493-8255 or text "TALK" to 38255.
Just as CPR helps you assist someone having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students. We aim to change this together. Our students, faculty, staff and, community members are not statistics or numbers.
Learn how to support a friend or peer who may be struggling with mental health or substance use issues.
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.
The Office of Equity strives to stop, prevent, and remedy discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, and any related retaliation.
The Dean of Students Office supports the CU Denver community by advocating for students, addressing concerns, and promoting wellness and accountability. We encourage all initiatives that strengthen our campus and community.
Loving Lynx is an emergency funding resource available to CU Denver students dealing with unanticipated events including accidents, medical or dental emergencies, natural disasters, or a need for temporary housing.
Worried about a student? Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation can help.
Review the CU Denver Student Code of Conduct.
Log into your UCDAccess student portal. Click training, click start Skillsoft, and search for the training, CU: Active Shooter Awareness.
We're dedicated to saving lives and to building stronger families and communities. Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on students and young adults ages 14–25, Active Minds is opening up the conversation about mental health and creating lasting change in the way mental health is talked about, cared for, and valued in the United States.
Don’t let your personal wellness keep you from being the best student you can be. If you need a little extra support, there are services and people here to help.
Find virtual wellness programs, a core challenge, sports as well as additional services.
You can't always go it alone. That's why we offer one-on-one support for your wellness journey.