Undergraduate students can follow the links below for information or help with issues pertaining to advising, their major or minor, graduation requirements, academic policies, student life, assistance with writing, and help in learning a language using various media.
The Academic Advising Center, located in Woodbury 109 (telephone 303-492-7885) handles all student matters such as:
- Academic or scholastic stops
- Dean’s signature
- Dean’s approval
- Letters of good standing (except for Law or Health, which go to the Preprofessional office in University Club 111)
- Petitions: late add, late drop, pass/fail
- Transfer credit evaluation and pre-approval
The CU catalog contains a summary of campus facilities, programs, and services; descriptions of colleges, schools, and individual departments; and degree requirements, course descriptions, and faculty listings. Archived older catalogs also can be accessed.
The CU-Boulder online writing center, where students can connect to a wide variety of resources to help with writing and revising in all subject areas.
Through small intense workshops and a technology-rich writing center, both graduate and undergraduate students can experience high quality writing instruction. Certificate programs are also offered. The PWR is responsible for all campus-wide expository writing instruction.
This state-of-the-art facility supports the study of foreign languages and cultures. A large multimedia library of materials offers audio and videotapes, videodiscs, computer programs, CD ROMS, books, journals, and foreign language magazines. And don’t miss out on the interactive media labs, for both Mac and PC platforms.
Use the Financial Aid website to learn more about all the financial assistance options that are available to you. You will also be able to view your financial aid online, download forms, and estimate how much your education will cost.