CU Anschutz Student Services is here to help you. Whether you are looking for the latest updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic, academic or administrative resources, or wellness tools and engagement opportunities, we have you covered.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) offers training tips and tools to support you in remote learning.
The Writing Center provides free workshops, how-to guides and online consultations by appointment to help with your projects.
You can access e-books and resources, InterLibrary Loan and chat service online at the Strauss Health Sciences Library.
The Office of Disability, Access, and Inclusion helps students with disabilities participate fully in the educational environment.
Veteran & Military Student Services is committed to supporting those who have served, helping with benefits, academics and more.
Find details on scholarships and students loans, as well as tips for money management, at the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office.
The Registrar’s Office can help with transcripts, student records, enrollment, and course information and registration.
For details on tuition and fees, key billing dates, payment plans and information on borrowing, the Bursar’s Office can help.
Find videos, blogs and tips on mental health and wellness, fitness and nutrition, and more at the Anschutz Health & Wellness Center.
Students, residents and fellows can access comprehensive, confidential mental health services through Student and Resident Mental Health.
At this wellness portal, you can set goals and discover personalized content to help you navigate academics, professional development, stress and more.
CU Anschutz offers student health and dental insurance plans. Learn more and find a provider at the Office of Student Health Promotion.
Free, confidential, 24/7 mental health counseling and wellness resources for CU Anschutz Students. Access My SSP by downloading the app or visiting the webpage to connect with care through video, phone, or texting options.
The Office of Student Outreach and Support is here to ensure you have access to the resources and support you need to maintain safety, health and well-being.
Students facing temporary financial hardship or food insecurity can apply for help through CU Anschutz Shares.
The Phoenix Center is a free, confidential resource available 24/7 for those affected by interpersonal violence or abusive relationships.
The CU Anschutz Food Pantry is accessible year-round for enrolled students, and a case manager can help you navigate resources.
The Campus Health Center is a convenient, cost-effective resource for healthcare and behavioral health services, and you can start with a quick call.
FindHelpNow is an online tool that matches students, faculty and staff to relevant services and resources in just a few clicks.
There are many ways to get involved, including clubs, organizations and interest groups, as well as outreach and volunteer opportunities.
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