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Academic advising includes, but is not limited to, guidance on choosing majors, minors, concentrations, and other academic programs; connecting academic choices to career planning; helping students understand academic policies & procedures; and referring students to university resources, as appropriate.
The Auraria Library is committed to providing all patrons with disabilities access to Library facilities, information resources, services and programs.
Auraria Recovery Community (ARC)
ARC is a community of students on the Auraria Campus that are in recovery and/or those that are struggling with substance abuse, process addictions, or other addictive behaviors. We value inclusivity, community, and fun.
The CARE Team provides early assessment and referral when a student’s behavior is flagged as concerning, risky, or potentially harmful to self, others, or the community. The CARE Team relies on members of our community to share information when they observe student behavior that is concerning, risky, or potentially harmful. To share any such behavior, please file a CARE Report.
Center for Equity and Student Achievement (CESA)
The Center for Equity and Student Achievement (CESA) promotes greater equity across the university, in the community, and in society as a whole by embodying MSU Denver’s commitment to reducing equity gaps in the educational access and success of historically marginalized student populations. Our goal is to coordinate high-quality culturally competent programming, academic support, and post-graduation readiness services while also creating a community where student’s feel safe and empowered to succeed as their authentic selves.
Center for Multicultural Engagement and Inclusion (CMEI)
CMEI supports students’ sense of belonging in college and affirms their identities by building community through participation in student organizations (currently over 120 options), Met Media, fraternities and sororities (currently nine), racial equity and leadership programs, student travel and professional development funding, student gathering spaces, and campus events.
Classroom to Career Hub (C2 Hub)
Provides career and applied learning services, such as career interest testing, resume preparation, job search strategies, interviewing skills, internships, service learning, civic engagement, and undergraduate research.
Balancing the demands of college life can be difficult. In addition to academic requirements, there are financial pressures, relationship issues, and job stressors that can leave you feeling beat up and worn out. The Counseling Center staff can help you find ways to manage difficult times and provide you with a comforting place to examine your life and learn more about yourself so you can realize your potential.
The Gender Institute for Teaching and Advocacy (GITA)
All genders are welcome to access information and resources to meet the needs of a diverse student body. Through our collaborations across campus, GITA offers programming that encourages engagement in critical dialogue and advocacy for social justice.
Open to all MSU Denver students, faculty, and staff. The Health Center provides an accessible outpatient service devoted to helping students meet their health care needs at a low cost.
Immigrant Services Program
The Immigrant Services Program is an academic and social support program that aims to increase enrollment, retention, and graduation of undocumented, DACA, immigrant, and refugee students. Through academic counseling, ESL support, scholarship application assistance, and access to campus and community resources, the program’s mission is to address the most common challenges and barriers to education that this underserved, underrepresented student population faces.
Integrated Supports for Students with Autism in College (ISSAC)
The Integrated Supports for Students with Autism in College (ISSAC) program supports adults with autism in communication, social engagement, self-advocacy, and self-regulation skills to achieve academic success, develop meaningful relationships, and attain competitive employment. We provided one-on-one individualized intervention and peer mentoring along with group sessions that focus on the individual’s strengths and needs.
IT Services can assist students with technology-based issues via phone, online, or in-person. Visit their website to learn more or to contact them.
LGBTQ Student Resource Center
The LGBTQ Student Resource Center is a tri-institutional office serving students, faculty, and staff of all genders and sexualities on the Auraria Campus. We are a resource for those experiencing issues with sexuality, gender identity, and discrimination or harassment. We are a community for all.
Phoenix Center at Auraria
The PCA provides free and confidential resources and assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence (relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking), as well as their friends, families, and concerned others.
Roadrunner Food Pantry
The Roadrunner Food Pantry serves to fight hunger on campus by providing basic nutritional food for students in times of need. The Roadrunner Food Pantry is available to all MSU Denver students and provides snacks and pantry items for meal preparation. The Roadrunner Food Pantry is aligned with additional resources on and off campus that promote the overall well-being of the students.
TRIO Student Support Services
TRIO SSS assists first generation, low-income students and students with disabilities in achieving academic success through various support services including: tutoring, peer mentoring and career preparation.
Trained peer tutors help students reach their educational goals. Group, individualized, and walk-in tutoring is available.
Trained writing tutors teach students to generate, organize, and develop ideas, to revise and edit with confidence, and to handle issues of format and documentation.
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