This is a list of campus services available to MSU Denver Students. Please refer to the Student Handbook for a complete list.
Adaptive Fitness Program
PE Building 108, 303-615-1500, https://msudenver.edu/campusrec/fitness/adaptivefitness/
Adaptive Fitness Programs at Campus Recreation provides one-on-one personal training for people with disabilities. Individual programs are designed and implemented to provide a safe, fun and effective workout for recreational center members who need assistance with their workout programs. The program is free of charge for qualified recreation center patrons.
Applied Learning Center
Administrative Building 325, 303-615-1333, https://msudenver.edu/appliedlearningcenter/
The Applied Learning Center is the home of the Internships, Service Learning, Civic Engagement, and Undergraduate Research. These programs represent opportunities for students to gain experience related to their academic and career goals.
The Auraria Library is committed to providing all students, faculty, and staff with disabilities equitable access to Library facilities, information resources, services and programs, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) and in support of the academic missions of the three institutions on the Auraria Campus. Please visit our website for a list of available technology and support services.
Tivoli 311, 303-615-0220, https://msudenver.edu/care/
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.
Administration Building 270, 303-615-1133, https://msudenver.edu/career/
Offers assistance in career interest testing, personality testing, and workshops focused on career planning, resume preparation, jobsearch strategies, and interviewing skills.
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Center for Equity and Student Achievement (CESA)
Student Success Building (SSB) 237, 303-615-0022, https://msudenver.edu/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.
Tivoli 651, 303-615-9988, https://msudenver.edu/counsel/
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.
Tivoli 262, 303-615-0220
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.
LGBTQ Student Resource Center
Tivoli 213, 303-615-0515, https://msudenver.edu/glbtss/
The LGBTQ Student Resource Center is a tri-institutional office on the Auraria Campus serving the students, faculty and staff of Metropolitan State University of Denver, Community College of Denver and University of Colorado at Denver. We are available to all Auraria students as a resource for exploring issues of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Plaza Building 150, 303-615-9999, http://www.msudenver.edu/healthcenter/
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.
Healthy Eating Options On Campus
Healthy eating is about eating a variety of foods from all food groups to give you the nutrients you need. Please visit the following site to learn about healthy eating options on campus including vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, http://msudenver.edu/healtheducation/healthyeats/.
The Gender Institute for Teaching and Advocacy (GITA)
Boulder Creek, Room 132, 303-615-2052, http://www.msudenver.edu/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.
Phoenix Center at Auraria
Tivoli 259, 303-315-7250, https://www.thepca.org/
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.
Tivoli 305, 303-615-0606, http://www.msudenver.edu/studentactivities/
The Office of Student Activities enriches students’ college experiences by helping them “Get Involved and Learn More” about campus life through dynamic activities such as events, co-curricular opportunities, student organizations, leadership education and volunteer opportunities.
Student Academic Success Center
Student Success Building (SSB) 230, 303-615-1919, https://msudenver.edu/sas/
The mission of the Student Academic Success Center (SASC), a learning assistance center comprised of a collaboration of academic support services, is to provide a holistic approach to student development, learning, and persistence towards academic and personal goal attainment.
King Building 415, 303-615-1888, https://msudenver.edu/writectr/
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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