Current Students

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Student Success Center (College of Letters, Arts & Sciences Advising) is where all students receive academic advising regarding degree program, and graduation requirements.




Course Information Center
Contains the semester course schedules


UCCS Academic Catalog
Contains a summary of campus facilities, programs, and services; descriptions of colleges, schools, and individual departments; and degree requirements, course descriptions, and faculty listings. 



Undergraduate Research Funding Opportunities

The College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences will sponsor select student-faculty awards to enhance professional interaction and collaboration between undergraduate students and faculty on meaningful research, community service, or creative works.
$4000 Award Package ($1500 faculty stipend; $1500 student stipend; $1000 expenses)
Full Details are online at:

Deadline for Submissions: November 1, 2014

National Student Exchange

Where do you want to study next year?



Service-Learning Internship and Community Engagement




All students are responsible for reading and complying with the Student Code of ConductStudent Rights and Responsibilities, and the LAS Plagiarism Policy.


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The University of Colorado Board of Regents declares the University of Colorado was created and is maintained to afford men and women a liberal education in the several branches of literature, arts, sciences, and the professions. These aims can be achieved only in that atmosphere of free inquiry and discussion, which has become a tradition of universities and is called "academic freedom." (Laws of the Regents 5.D.1)




In order to protect academic freedom and other student rights the following statement appears in the University of Colorado Colorado Springs documents and websites:


"The University has established procedures for students who believe that inappropriate decisions have been made that affect them. Academic issues (for example, graduation requirements or course grades) should be addressed to the office of the dean of the appropriate school/college. Appeals of administrative actions (for example, financial aid awards or parking tickets) should be directed to the office which made the decision. Allegations of any discriminatory practices should be referred to the Director of Student Enrichment Services. Advice and assistance on appeal procedures is available from the Dean of Students."