Maxient Reporting Form: The University of Colorado Anschutz faculty, staff, students, and others are encouraged to refer students, faculty, and staff to the Office of Student Affairs and Professionalism who exhibit:
Academic, personal, or emotional challenges
Threatening, worrisome, or other concerning behavior, either in-person or via the internet
Unprofessional or unethical behavior (i.e., cheating)
Behaviors that do not convey compassion, respect, empathy, caring, and tolerance in all interactions with students, patients and families, professional colleagues, teachers, and staff, in respect to Title IX’s protected classes.
The form may also be used for general student affairs issues like:
Leave of absence (maternity, paternity, wellness, grief, surgical procedures)
Housing, food or financial insecurities
Mental health resources.
Your referral supports students by helping them get connected to resources for success and can be reported anonymously.
CU Anschutz Student Resources: Academic, administrative, wellness and engagement resources for students on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. Some of these resources include:
Telus Health Student Support App (formerly My SSP): Free online mental health counseling and support resources available to CU Anschutz students and residents. The app offers virtual, chat, and call options to connect students with counseling services, anytime, anywhere.
CU Anschutz Food Pantry: The food pantry is open to all faculty, staff, and students seeking food, hygiene items, and pet supplies. The food pantry is located in the Strauss Health Sciences Library, room 3105. There are no restrictions on the number of items that can be taken or limits on food pantry visits.
The Phoenix Center at Anschutz: The Phoenix Center at Anschutz (PCA) is a free and confidential resource for students, faculty, and staff who are affected by interpersonal violence (IPV), including relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking.
CU Anschutz Shares: This is a resource available to students facing temporary financial hardship that threatens the student’s ability to successfully complete the current semester.
Student and Resident Mental Health: We provide comprehensive and confidential mental health services for all students enrolled in the schools located at the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Find Help Now: If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and are in need of support, check out this link.
The University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine is a diverse teaching, clinical care, and research community comprised of dedicated students, faculty, and staff working together to help further our mission.
The policies below were created to help our students maintain our high standards and ensure the best possible experience during their time here.
Digital Education in the School of Dental Medicine blends sustainable, best-practice use of existing University tools and workflows while bringing in the latest innovative technology to amplify education from all sides.
From our advanced online exam proctoring systems baked into our Canvas LMS (Learning Management System) to our growing XR (extended reality) integration of Augmented and Virtual Reality experiences into workshops, courses, and curriculum - the Academic Affairs and Innovation team is positively shifting the paradigm of how we educate, collaborate and build organic learning communities that thrive despite the changing logistics of today's world.
The Office of Student Affairs provides information and services to support and complement students' academic learning, including housing information, childcare resources, student organizations, activities and recreation information, learning assistance/tutoring services, and more.
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) welcomes you to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. ISSS helps more than 1,400 international students and 500 international scholars annually from around the world to become active participants in university degree programs and teaching, research, and service at the university. From pre-departure to orientation, ISSS provides immigration and advising services for F-1/J-1 students, J-1 exchange scholars, H-1B/TN/E-3/O-1 temporary workers, and Legal Permanent Residence applicants. ISSS also provides checklists for students' and scholars’ pre-arrival/current/post-organization and planning and a comprehensive international student orientation before classes begin each semester and for scholars prior to engaging in teaching, research, and service appointments.
The Campus Health Center offers the right type of care at the right time. The on-campus clinic accepts walk-ins and offers late appointment hours to fit student schedules.
TheAnschutz Health & Wellness Centerhelps students become and stay well through an integrated, holistic approach and a multi-disciplinary team. The 94,000-square-foot facility features advanced equipment technology, a state-of-the-art fitness center, sports physiology and degreed and licensed trainers, weight loss programs, wellness programs, and more.
The Student Insurance Office helps students evaluate their insurance needs and choose the best option for their lifestyle. All CU School of Dental Medicine students are required to have health insurance.