All Case Management services remain available. The Office of Case Management is available for any student with questions or concerns about navigating resources. Click here if you would like to virtually meet with a Case Manager .
If you are experiencing and emergency or believe an emergency is imminent, please call 911.
Student and Resident Mental Health appointments are available virtually. To schedule an appointment, please call (303) 724-4716 or email SMHservice@ucdenver.edu.
Please contact Colorado Crisis Services
Text: “TALK” to 38255.
If you are an existing Student and Resident Mental Health patient and can wait up to an hour for a return call, you may reach the on-call psychiatry attending at (303) 370-9127.
All Phoenix Center services remain available. The Phoenix Center at Anschutz confidential resource for students who have experienced interpersonal violence or know someone who has experienced interpersonal violence. More information about the Phoenix Center can be found here . A free, confidential, 24/7 hotline is available at 303-556-2255. To schedule a virtual appointment with a confidential advocate, email Michaela Calhoun (Program Manager) at Michaela.firstname.lastname@example.org .
CU Anschutz Shares is a resource available to students facing temporary financial hardship that threatens the student’s ability to successfully complete the current semester. To learn more about CU Anschutz Shares and submit an application, click here.
The Food Pantry located in the University Police Station will remain open. The CU Anschutz Student Food Pantry open to all currently enrolled students and located with University Police in building 407 near the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center. They are open 24/7 and completely confidential. Simply bring your current student ID and check in at the main desk. Available items can include non-perishable food, pet food, and hygiene items.