The Auraria Library is located in downtown Denver, and serves the students, faculty, and staff of three leading urban institutions. University of Colorado, Metropolitan State University of Denver and Community College of Denver.
The Auraria Library strives to create a welcoming environment that fosters equity, diversity, and inclusion and nurtures creativity and learning. They are deeply committed to ensuring equitable access to knowledge and information from diverse perspectives for everyone as they build a shared vision that challenges existing notions of the library and sparks discovery and curiosity about the world around us.
Research Consultations provide you with an opportunity to schedule an appointment with a librarian to discuss your research. Just click the "Schedule a Research Consultation" link in the text to fill out the form. Please note that librarians are available for remote consultations via a video call. Just include how you'd like to meet with a librarian in your form submission.
Pro tip: To make the best use of your time in your research consultation, provide as much information as possible about your research topic, how you've been searching so far, and which tools you've used.
Every student learns differently. Every course entails different learning strategies. Tutoring can guide you through this process so you can reach your full learning potential. The Learning Resource Center (LRC) strives to support all students during their academic journey at CU Denver by creating an inclusive and collaborative learning environment that:
· Develops human capacity through independent learning and critical thinking
Services are FREE and available to all currently enrolled CU Denver students.
For full information, including availability and meeting ID numbers for online tutors, please visit the Online Tutoring website.
The Writing Center at CU Denver serves undergraduate and graduate students on the CU Denver, CU Anschutz, and CU South Denver campuses. The Writing Center provides the following services:
Sessions are designed to prepare writers to:
The Writing Center uses WCOnline for their online scheduling appointment system. To make sure appointments are available for everyone, each person is limited to:
1. 1 (one) appointment per day per location/service
2. 2 (two) appointments per week per location/service
3. 4 (four) total appointments per week across all locations/services
Note: Failure to show for an appointment after a five-minute grace period will result in the appointment's cancellation so that the consultant may assist other individuals.
iCal and WCOnline: please note that if you are using iCal, your appointment time will display as one hour later than your actual appointment. System emails and texts will display the correct appointment time. We apologize for this inconvenience.
For additional information, click on the 'Writing Center' tab on the left side of this course.
As an online student with the University of Colorado Denver, you now have access to YOU@CUDenver. We know that being a student can be stressful. The heavy workload of our academic rigor, the competing demands on your time, being separated from your family and previous support network, can all have an impact on your wellness. That's why we're excited to announce a new tool to help you manage stress. CU Denver has joined forces with Grit Digital Health , creator of the YOU portal, to provide this additional student support platform which offers a wealth of information and resources related to health and well-being. YOU@CUDenver is designed to help students cope with pressure, set goals, and tackle your academics, career path, and social life.
YOU@CUDenver connects students to the specific resources you may need to support your educational and personal success. Catered to students, the portal offers more than 600 pieces of user-friendly content, a goal tracker, and three "reality check" surveys on where a student is in terms of academics, community support and emotional and physical well-being. Once a student starts interacting with the portal, the homepage will produce content tailed specifically to your needs. The portal may also direct a student to a physical resource.
By using your CU username and password, you can begin to create and customize an account. Simply click here to get started!
The OIT Service Desk is your main point of contact for technology related questions. If you need help with specific school, college or departmental resources, contact your local IT support person.