The Office of Academic Affairs is dedicated to meeting the academic needs of the student body as well as the faculty.
The Office of Human Resources provides leadership in the development and implementation of sound human resource practices which support the University's educational and research mission.
Foster a climate that supports inclusion and collaboration to examine the intersections of oppression and privilege and promote solutions to inequality.
The Pre-Collegiate Development Program (PCDP) at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS), is a system-wide, institutionally funded academic program for college-bound high school and middle school students. It is designed to motivate and prepare first generation students in pursuit of their higher educational goals
This page has been designed as a resource for those acquiring and managing externally sponsored programs for research, training, and other activities. Examples of resources included are: links to policies & procedures, information regarding compliance areas such as the involvement of human subjects in research, our required internal proposal routing forms, and resources to locate potential funding opportunities.
We are a network of five centers, each of which offer a unique program of academic support to help all UCCS students succeed in every aspect of their academic careers.
The multicultural Office of Student Access, inclusiveness, and Community is a safe place for students to engage in discussions about social identities, cultures, experiences , and viewpoints. We offer a wide range of services for students of diverse backgrounds, including information on scholarships, job opportunities, mentoring opportunities, and other services.
The Student Success Center Provides academic advising resources for undergraduate students on campus including, academic support, academic orientation, senior graduation checks, transfer credit evaluation and additional support to make each student's college journey a success.
The UCCS Office of Sustainability unites the efforts of faculty, staff and students to support development and lifestyles on campus and in the community that sustain natural resources and protect the environment, ultimately ensuring the ability of future generations to meet their needs too.
UCCS strives to provide transition assistance in the form of financial, social, and academic support for all veteran and military service members and their families.