Office of Equal Opportunity
On Campus Resources:
The Health Center at Auraria is open on-campus and offers no-cost COVID-19 testing. In addition, the Health Center at Auraria provides a wide array of general medical care, sports medicine, GYN, and psychiatric mental health services, many of which are offered virtually through telehealth appointments. Most Colorado offered health insurance plans are accepted. Please call (303-615-9999) to schedule an appointment prior to coming directly to the Health Center.
The Counseling Center offers students no-cost and confidential therapy in a virtual setting in addition to an array of clinical services. Students should call 303-615-9902 to schedule an appointment with a therapist.
The Student Care Center offers a variety of services to support students with difficult life circumstances that are impacting their academic success or University experience. If you encounter a student in a particularly difficult situation, whether academic, financial, or personal, the case management team in the Student Care Center can assist with identifying options and relevant supports. Students can call 303-615-0006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to connect, or you can refer via a CARE Referral.
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion serves as an agent and resource to provide leadership on issues related to diversity. The goal is to promote diversity and inclusion in all aspects of campus life through the development of initiatives that encourage diversity and Inclusive Excellence. To schedule an appointment call 303.615-2063, or email email@example.com
THE LGBTQ Center is a tri-institutional office serving students, faculty, and staff of all genders and sexualities on the Auraria Campus. It is located in the Tivoli Student Union in room 213. Contact through the email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-615-0515
The Auraria Campus Police Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life on the Auraria Campus. Main Number – Emergency Dispatch 303-556-5000
Text-a-Tip 720-593-TIPS (8477)
Campus Information Hotline 1-877-556-EMER (3637)
The Dean of Student’s Office provides student support and case management services to students in need. If you are experiencing a challenging life situation, such as housing or food insecurity, financial concerns, recent loss of a loved one or relationship, or you are worried about a friend who is experiencing unexpected life events that affect the ability to go to school. Please call 303-615-0006, email email@example.com , or file a CARE report.
The NightRider is an evening shuttle service offering rides to and from Auraria Campus buildings and designated stops located throughout the campus. NightRider service: 303-556-2001
Resources outside MSU Denver and Auraria Campus:
The Colorado Civil Rights Division (CCRD) is charged with enforcement of the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA). CADA prohibits discrimination based on protected class in employment, housing, and places of public accommodation.
Phone: 303-894-2997 | Toll Free: 800-886-7675 | Hotline Español: 720-432-4294
The mission is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence through vigorous enforcement of civil rights in our nation’s schools.
Phone: 800-4FED-AID (800-433-3243) | TTY: 800-730-8913
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is the federal government agency responsible for the enforcement of anti-discrimination laws related to employment. Federal laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of age, disability, race, religion, sex, national origin, equal pay, sexual harassment, pregnancy and retaliation. The laws apply to all types of work situations, including hiring, firing, promotions, harassment, training, wages, and benefits.
Phone: 800-669-4000 | TTY: 800-669-6820 | ASL Video Phone: 844-234-5122
Colorado Legal Services provide meaningful access to high-quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low-income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) are offered by many employers in an effort to support the wellbeing of employees and the workplace. EAPs typically provide short-term counseling, referrals and resources, as well as training and organizational development services.
Phone: 303-866-4314 | Toll Free: 800-821-8154 | 24/7 Urgent Mental Health Response: 844-493-8255
Provides culturally and linguistically responsive programs, health promotion and crime prevention education.
24-hours Hotline Numbers: 303-894-8000 (English) or 303-718-8289 (Español)
The Stalking Resource Center provides multiple services including: Training, Technical Assistance, a Web site, and an Information Clearinghouse.
ACP is a "statewide program that provides survivors or domestic violence, sexual offenses, and/or stalking with two services: a legal substitute address for interacting with all state and local government agencies and a confidential mail forwarding service."
Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Resources:
They work with hundreds of organizations and individuals in local communities across the state to prevent and end relationship violence, and support those affected by relationship abuse.
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-SAFE (7233) | TTY: 800-787-3224
Offers counseling and support around sexual assault. Their support includes the availability of volunteers to accompany someone who experienced sexual assault to a hospital for a medical forensic exam.
Sexual Assault Hotline: 303-322-7273
SafeHouse provides emergency shelter and non-residential counseling and advocacy services to adults, children, and youth experiencing intimate partner violence.
24-Hour Crisis Line: 303-318-9989
1in6 offers outreach, education and services, in person and over the web, to men who have experienced unwanted or abusive sexual behavior.
24/7 Helpline Chat: https://1in6.org/helpline/
Provides group support for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Makes referrals to qualified therapists.
Phone:303-238-8660 | Toll Free: 800-373-8671
Provides 24-hour hotline; individual counseling (fee based on a sliding scale) for survivors of sexual assault; medical advocacy; legal advocacy; group therapy.
24-Hour Hotline: 303-443-7300
Gives voice to Colorado's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community and playing a role in statewide initiatives to reduce harassment and discrimination.
SOL addresses "challenges and systems of oppression facing the LGBTQ community, offering direct survivor support and training opportunities for agencies committed to our people's liberation from violence."
Phone: 303-839-5204 | Hotline: 1-88-557-4441
The Initiative advocates for persons with disabilities who have experienced abuse, including safety planning, individual counseling, direct court support, community resource navigation, case management, crisis intervention, medical accompaniment
The Denver Office of Disability Rights (DODR) is an integral division of the Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal civil rights law that provides people with disabilities equal access to employment, state and local government programs, goods and services. The Office of Disability Rights also investigates complaints of alleged discrimination on the basis of disability filed locally or federally under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Disability Law Colorado is an independent public interest non-profit specializing in civil rights and discrimination issues. It protects the human, civil and legal rights of people with mental and physical disabilities, people with HIV and older people throughout Colorado.
Phone:303-722-0300 | Toll Free: 800-288-1376