Before Auraria was a tri-institutional campus, it was one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver. CU Denver graduate student Alyssa Lobato shares her story as a student whose family makes up the population of Displaced Aurarians.
The transition from summer into the school year can be tough. As the semester progresses, it's important to establish and sustain a balance between work/school and your personal life, so Learning Hub Ambassadors are offering guidance!
Whether you're new to CU Denver or returning, the ease back into school might take some time. Luckily, Student Transitions & Family Engagement is here to support students with some tips that can help you succeed this Fall semester!
Figuring out your major can be scary, but it doesn't have to be! Academic advising is available to all students and can bring you several steps closer to your degree. Nayzeth Landa shares her story as an undergrad who started out undeclared.
The Counseling Center's Jessica Jaramillo dispels common myths related to suicide, shares signs that might indicate that someone is struggling, and offers guidance on how we can support loved ones and engage in tough conversations.
How can we take care of our eyes with all this screen time? Learning Hub Ambassadors Ven Talley and Zahra Abdullahi sought out to find ways that students can keep their eyes healthy and reduce physical and mental strain.
A first-gen student and part of CU Denver’s UHL program, Ana Fuentes Romero went through big changes when she went from a small high school to a college campus. As she learned to ask for help, the transition became much easier.
Questioning if you're qualified for jobs after graduation is normal! Internship Advisor Doug Wiemer explains how internships can be a great way to gain experience, discover where you want to be, and make connections to get there.
The 24th Annual National Conference for McNair Scholars and Undergraduate Research was held in March at the University of Maryland. Seven CU Denver McNair Scholars participated and were able to represent our university!
Self-diagnosis occurs when we assert that we have a mental health condition without confirmation from a professional. There are pros and cons, but it's important to remember that mental health and diagnosis are complex.
Finding jobs as a college student can be a daunting task, but students have more experience than they think! Career Counseling Intern Sheyda Zebarjadian explains how students can tap into their professional potential.
Are you a first-generation student attending CU Denver—or maybe just starting to think about it? Pre-Collegiate Scholars Coordinator Norma Marquez shares how her experience with TRIO positively impacted her educational journey.
An unfortunate constant, grief can present itself in many different ways. However, there are ways to deal with loss to help yourself and those around you. Jessica Jaramillo writes about her experience with grief and shares tips on how to cope.
There are a few different ways you can budget as a CU Denver student. Learning Hub Ambassadors give their insight on saving money and suggest resources to students. Budgeting skills extend past graduation, so might as well start now!
With the annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium (RaCAS) coming up on April 28th, Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities has the perfect guide on how to get involved and start your own experience!
You never know where life might take you, but isn't it fun just to play along? As long as you do it for the journey, you'll find adventure in it! Shelby Edwards recalls how she found herself back at Auraria and CU Denver after a sequence of events.
There's no use in denying it: procrastination gets the best of us. Why do we do it? What is the solution? Jessica A. Jaramillo takes us through the possible causes of procrastination and how we can exercise this self-awareness.
Coming back from winter break and entering a new semester can be tough. How can we regain the motivation we had during the fall? Student ambassadors from the Learning Hub offer up advice on how to be successful this spring.
Finding your place in college can be hard, but once you do, it's gratifying. First-generation student Elena Deras explains how being a PAL has helped her to advocate for herself and to build a community of her own.