Center for Community

The dynamic student center features centralized key student services and programs on the upper floors including Career Services, International Education, and Counseling and Psychological Services, among others. The center is home to the largest dining center on campus with the capacity to serve 900 people and the flexibility to host special events and meetings with an underground parking garage to support access.Nearest bus stopLocation: Regent Drive & Broadway Route:209/209G DepartmentsCampus Card ServicesCareer ServicesCultural Unity & Engagement CenterCounseling and Psychiatric ServicesDisability Services Gender and Sexuality CenterHousing and Dining Services International EducationOmbuds OfficeParent relationsPre-Collegiate OutreachStudent Affairs University of Colorado Foundation - Campus ProgramsOffice of Veterans Services Victim AssistanceBuilding code: C4CBuilding number: 302

2249 Williard Drive, Boulder, CO 80309

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Academic

Upcoming Events

Health Professions 101

Interested in becoming a doctor, dentist, nurse, physical therapist, physician assistant, pharmacist, or other health professional? This small group session...

8/27 4pm
Staff Council Executive Committee Monthly Meeting

The Staff Council Executive Committee meets on the forth Wednesday every month, 12:15 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Only for Executive Committee, please seek an EC...

8/28 12:15pm
Health Professions 101

Interested in becoming a doctor, dentist, nurse, physical therapist, physician assistant, pharmacist, or other health professional? This small group session...

8/29 11:30am
Health Professions 101

Interested in becoming a doctor, dentist, nurse, physical therapist, physician assistant, pharmacist, or other health professional? This small group session...

9/3 4pm
Interviewing Strategies for Health Professions

Do you have a health professions interview coming up? Learn practical strategies for successfully interviewing with Health Professions graduate schools. This...

9/4 6pm

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Rebecca Stone

Rebecca Stone left a positive review 7/22/2019

I found the training to be very informative. I can utilize what I have learned not only to better myself, but to help better the well-being of my direct reports, co-workers, and students.

Kelly Lynn Simmons

Kelly Lynn Simmons left a positive review 2/12/2019

A breathe of fresh air! Dr. Briggs was wonderful, and had useable, practical ideas for contemplative practice in classrooms.

Ran Brynn Reiff

Ran Brynn Reiff left a positive review 12/12/2018

A good introduction to intersectionality - history, definition, examples, action strategies

Ran Brynn Reiff

Ran Brynn Reiff left a review 11/12/2018

A fairly basic intro to LGBTQ+ terminology and best practices for teachers, etc.. The section on Asexuality needs to be updated. This chart (https://i2.wp.com/studybreaks.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/chart.jpg?w=736&ssl=1) does a better job explaining than the spectra. Also, as far as spectra go, http://itspronouncedmetrosexual.com/2018/10/the-genderbread-person-v4/ does a good job of collecting them all in one diagram

Youfan Chen

Youfan Chen left a positive review 10/16/2018

Great! I love it!

Christopher John Griffith

Christopher John Griffith left a positive review 9/10/2018

Great training! Appreciated the candor of the instructors and the discussion questions.

Sutianjie Zhou

Sutianjie Zhou left a positive review 7/29/2018

Great!

Wouter Hoogkamer

Wouter Hoogkamer left a positive review 5/21/2018

THe panel shared a lot of useful information, I'm much more confident about my upcoming interviews.

Ryan Webb

Ryan Webb left a positive review 5/21/2018

The information was great. I will definitely be using specific tips for negotiating my future positions.