Bounce Back is a semester long group for students on academic probation (AP), who are at risk of being on AP, or who are in Continuing Education working toward reinstatement. It is a research based program shown to increase the likelihood of successfully getting off probation.
Disability Services works collaboratively with you as you develop independence and self-advocacy, as well as create your network of resources. Their staff members can provide honest and supportive feedback to you throughout your journey at the university.
Final Exam Schedules. Due to the size of CU, conflicts in exam times occur every so often. You have until roughly the tenth week of classes to make Finals arrangements with your instructor. For the specific date, see the Registrar’s Academic Calendars. Search the specific calendar for “Exam Schedule Change.”
Language Placement Testing. Yes! CU requires you to complete a third level of a foreign language before you graduate (this usually takes three semesters). Most students complete this with three years of foreign language taken in high school. You can also try to test out of CU’s Foreign Language requirement.
CU NightRide is a student-operated program dedicated to meeting the safety needs of CU students, faculty, and staff by providing night-time transportation to support a safe academic and socially responsible environment both on campus and in the community. CU NightRide is free for CU students, faculty, and staff.
The Gender and Sexuality Center helps gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied (GLBTQIA) students, staff, and faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder.
The Office of Victim Assistance offers free confidential information, counseling, advocacy and support to all University of Colorado Boulder students, staff, faculty and their significant others.
The Ombud's Office is a confidential, impartial, informal and independent problem-solving and conflict resolution resource for all members of the University community.
Using gender equity as a framework, the Women's Resource Center provides educational and community building opportunities, resources, and referrals, and a gathering space for women-identified students and their allies.