Our academic advisors can help you plan your course of study and your schedule. We help main campus students looking for a way to earn credits and stay on schedule to graduate, former students interested in completing their degrees, new students focused on earning college credits without interrupting work and family schedules, and more.
No matter the situation, we are committed to helping you explore your educational goals.
Schedule an appointment with our Academic Advisors
You can also call us at 303-492-5148 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drop-in Academic Advising
Drop-in Academic Advising is available every Monday from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. No appointment is necessary. You can also call 303-492-5148 during drop-in advising hours to speak with an academic advisor.
Bounce Back Study Group
Bounce Back is a semester long group for students on academic probation, students at risk of being on academic probation, and Continuing Education students who are on academic probation and working toward reinstatement. Hosted by Counseling and Psychological Services, Bounce Back is a research-based program shown to increase the likelihood of students reinstating at the university.
Through this program, you will learn skills for improved time management, dealing with procrastination, and better study skills.
To learn more or to sign up for the group meeting time, visit the Counseling and Psychological Services’ Bounce Back Website.
Online Composition Hub
The Online Composition Hub is a free tutoring service for Continuing Education students. Using online tools, the Online Composition Hub provides access to experienced, student tutors.
Tutors specialize in helping students with traditional papers, but they can assist with web design, video, blogging, Prezi, PowerPoint, and other projects. Professional materials, such as resumes, cover letters, applications, and research projects, are also acceptable.
Visit the Online Composition Hub website for additional information or to schedule an appointment.