UCCS and the College of Business care about your success and offer many resources for academic and personal growth to help you stay on track as a college student.
Please take advantage of the following resources - they have been created for you!
Faculty Office Hours
UCCS College of Business faculty are dedicated to your success. Weekly Office Hours give you a chance to get to know your professors and for them to get to know you. It's a great way to get help with assignments, clarify important class concepts and discuss networking opportunities and career advice. We encourage you to take full advantage of your professors' experience and interest in your success. Here is a list of current semester office hours.
For our undergraduate students, at Academic Advising, we empower students to realize their academic goals, develop their career options and provide access to information regarding campus resources. Our services include academic advising for undergraduate students, as well as career counseling for all student levels. Call 719-255-3260.
For our graduate students, advising is available in our MBA office - Dwire Hall 333, call 719-255-3408 to set up an appointment.
College of Business Career Development Center
The College of Business Career Development Center assists undergraduate and graduate business students searching for internships and for part-time and full time positions; it also provides assistance with resume writing and career direction.
Campus Career Center
At the Career Center, we have the tools, vision and experience to help you draw your own academic and career map.
The Centers of Academic Excellence (Tutoring)
The Academic Centers for Excellence (ACE) at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, include the Languages and Social Sciences Center, the Mathematics Center, the Communication Center, the Science Center, and the Writing Center--five academic centers designed to provide critical academic and individual support to all students in the University in all major academic areas, both within and beyond the classroom.
Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students serves as an advocate for students' interests and needs to the rest of the University. The Dean of Students provides assistance to UCCS students by supporting student opportunities and administering services and programs that enrich and enhance student achievement. The Dean of Students' Office always maintains a list of community resources that our students may be interested in or need: http://www.uccs.edu/dos/community-resources.html
College of Business Computer Lab
The College of Business Computer Lab, located in Dwire 123, hires mentors/tutors to help business students with business courses like accounting, statistics, and finance.
University Testing Center
If you need to make up an exam, take an exam early, take a correspondence exam, or take a standardized exam, contact the Testing Center. You need to work with your professor and set an appointment at the Testing Center at least 24 hours in advance.
UCCS takes great pride in the academic and personal achievements of its many students and alumni with disabilities. Disability Services mission is to provide students with disabilities skills, reasonable accommodations and support services to participate fully in the academic environment and opportunities available at UCCS. In addition Disability Services promotes accessibility to all UCCS buildings, programs, and activities. Students are expected to utilize the resource of Disability Services to the degree they determine necessary.
University Counseling Center
The University Counseling Center is designed to serve the counseling and mental health-related needs of UCCS students. The services they provide help UCCS students achieve their educational goals, define their career goals, learn more about problem-solving processes, enhance their capacity for satisfying interpersonal relationships, and maximize their capacity for continued emotional growth. Their services include individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, crisis/emergency interventions, and consultation sessions for concerned friends/roommates/instructors. They also offer workshops and presentations open to the UCCS community. On their website, you will find more information about the services they offer, their staff, outside resources to help with a variety of different issues, and contact information.