Links - on campus
CSGI offers the foundations for understanding and analyzing diverse perspectives of the appropriate role of government, its limitations and restrictions.
How to get to, from, and around campus, as well as information about campus services, off campus housing, finding roommates, campus life and more.
Disability Services (DS) provides students with disabilities skills, reasonable accommodations and support services to participate fully in the academic environment and opportunities available at UCCS. The center also offers a variety of testing services.
Check here for a wealth of information on financial aid as well as lists of available scholarships, grants and loans.
Check out the library for workshops, help with research, interlibrary loan, as well as a source for books, movies and music.
MOSAIC is a safe and inclusive hub that encourages and nurtures effective engagement across social identities, cultures, experiences, and viewpoints so all students can develop self-knowledge, understanding and appreciation of others, while achieving academic and personal growth.
This site provides up to date event and activity information sponsored by the primary student event planning organization on campus. You can also submit event ideas or find out how to get involved.
Five Project Excel Learning Centers are available to help students succeed and excel in every aspect of their academic careers.
Campus safety and security, police, transportation, bike trails information, and parking services.
Find out the fantastic variety of recreational opportunities available, from getting and staying in shape to outdoor equipment rental to bike shop services.
School of Public Affairs strives to: improve the quality of public service in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West, offer an excellent program of professional education and training and prepare public and nonprofit managers for leadership in a rapidly changing environment.
Check here for information on student employment, both on and off campus.
For all information about student government.
The Student Health Center offers many health and wellness services to students.
At the Student Success Center, students are empowered to realize their academic goals, develop their career options and provide access to information regarding campus resources. Services include academic advising for undergraduate students, as well as career counseling for all student levels.
The Student Success Career Center has the tools, vision and experience to help you draw your own academic and career map. Help is available for résumé writing, choosing a major field of study, career counseling, finding internships, jobs, and more.