To keep our community safe and supported this semester, we will be providing weekly updates on COVID-19-related news, resources, announcements, and more.
Updated September 26, 2022
The Health Center at Auraria is now an approved Colorado Medicaid provider for medical and mental health care services for Auraria Campus students, faculty, and staff. For patients who are either uninsured or who are unable to use their insurance, the Health Center at Auraria offers a 50 percent discount for payment at the time-of-service for all care provided. Call the health center at 303-615-9999 to schedule an appointment.
In addition, CU Denver’s Single Stop provides local and governmental resources such as Medicaid, WIC, housing, etc.
Appointments for COVID-19 boosters and flu shots will be open starting September 19, 2022. Based on data, the bivalent COVID-19 booster is expected to provide increased protection against the highly contagious omicron variant. The health center has both Pfizer and Moderna doses available. Get your annual flu shot at the same time to help prevent spikes in flu and COVID-19 cases this fall and winter. To schedule your appointment now, click here .
CDC recommends vaccinations for people who have been exposed to MPV (monkeypox) and anyone who is at higher risk of being exposed to MPV. The Health Center at Auraria has the MPV vaccines (called Jynneos) available.
If you have questions about MPV testing or vaccinations, visit the Health Center at Auraria or call 303-615-9999.
Caring for our mental health during these uncertain times is essential. Below are resources available to students, faculty, and staff.
All CU Denver community members are required to fill out this COVID-19 self-report form if they:
Because of the ongoing requirement for unvaccinated individuals to wear masks on campus, individuals with disabilities may need accommodations. Students encouraged to contact the Office of Disability Resources at email@example.com and employees can contact Human Resources at HR.ADACoordinator@ucdenver.edu.