Main Campus Resources
For contact information, links to CU Boulder resources, and the latest information about the University’s response to COVID-19, please visit the campus coronavirus page.
Contact Continuing Education
For the quickest service, we recommend using the following methods to engage our staff:
We strongly encourage you email us at email@example.com or call us at 303-492-5148 with your questions and concerns related to enrollment and registration in the current or future terms. You can also chat with us via the chat window below. If we are not available to chat live, you can leave a message in the window and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Academic and Career Advising
Continuing Education will continue to offer academic, prehealth, and career advising throughout the summer and fall semesters. Advising appointments will be available via Zoom or phone. Schedule an advising appointment online. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
For questions about your tuition, fees, or bill, please email the Continuing Education Accounting Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach us via phone at 303-492-2212.
In the interest of public health and in an effort to help limit COVID-19 risk on campus, beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, CU Boulder courses will transition to remote learning for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. Your faculty member(s) will contact you regarding changes to your course’s delivery method, meeting times, expectations, etc.
If you have questions about your academic program or need assistance from administrative staff, the email addresses below are provided as the most direct way for you to contact Continuing Education.
Continuing Education Programs
For questions about your program or course, contact:
- Online Credit: email@example.com
- Evening Credit: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post-Baccalaureate Health Professions Program: email@example.com
- Applied Music: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Master of Arts in Journalism Entrepreneurship: email@example.com
- Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Master of Science in Organizational Leadership: email@example.com
- High School Dual Enrollment: firstname.lastname@example.org
- International English Center: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Science Discovery: email@example.com
- Office of Outreach & Engagement: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a reminder, you can find the drop deadlines for Continuing Education courses on our Dates and Deadlines page.
Time and Place: Treat online classes like any other class
- Plan to work on your class according to a set schedule (e.g., MWF 9:00am-11:30am). Consider maintaining a similar schedule to the spring schedule you have already established.
- Put all deadlines for the remainder of the semester in your calendar. This is always a good practice, but may be more useful now that you don’t have an instructor offering the normal in-person prompts.
- Have a designated place where you work on your class (e.g., specific rooms in your home, a comfortable outdoor space, anywhere that is noise and distraction-free)
- Get dressed like you would to go to class
- Try not to work on the class too late at night
- Never work on your course work in bed
- Remember that specific dates/times for assignment deadlines are all in Mountain Time. You can change your default time zone within Canvas so your assignment due dates will be accurate regardless of where you are in the world.
- Seek external accountability. Set up regular check-ins with academic coach, advisor, tutor, friend, parent to celebrate your successes and help you meet your deadlines.
Continue to utilize resources available on campus
- Talk to faculty
- All instructors are encouraged to have virtual office hours.
- Online Composition Hub
- The online equivalent to the Writing Center
- Create study groups either virtually or in person
- Zoom is a great resource for this
- Reach out to your advisor
- Advisors are still available remotely during this time.
- Utilize Disability Services Accommodations
- Talk to Disability Services about how your accommodations apply in this new format.
- Keep lines of communication open with faculty.
- Utilize Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
- 303-492-2277 (24/7 support)
- If you have already established a tutoring relationship, ask if your tutor will work with you via Zoom.
- Consider increasing your contact for more regular check-ins.
- If you are enrolled in an online Continuing Education course, free tutoring is available via Thinking Storm. Look for a link embedded in your Canvas course.
Faculty members seeking more information and resources about teaching online should visit the Learning Design Group website.
The Continuing Education building will be closed starting Wednesday, March 18.
Continuing Education is committed to delivering excellent student service regardless of disruptions from COVID-19. This webpage provides current information about Continuing Education operations, how to get your questions answered, and how to engage with our services remotely.
We will continue to update this page as new information becomes available.