|Academic Advising (719-255-3260)|
Student Success Center - Centralized Academic Advising and Career Services for Undergraduate Students
|Academic Affairs, Office of (719-255-3700)|
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is dedicated to meeting the academic needs of the student body as well as the faculty.
|Academic Calendars (719-255-3380)|
|Academic Courses |
A list of colleges and academic departments.
|Academic Honor code (719-255-3753)|
Academic honesty and integrity are vital elements of a dynamic academic institution. The responsibility for ethical conduct rests with each individual member of the academic community. Alleged academic misconduct shall be dealt with through provisions of the "UCCS Academic Honor Code".
|Accessibility and Usability Guidelines for Web Content
Developers at UCCS (719-255-4289)|
Designing your page (Before you begin)
|Accounting Degree - College of Business |
Preparing students for careers in public accounting, business and industry, and not-for-profit and governmental organizations. Course work in accounting conveys a comprehensive understanding of the theory and concepts.
|Administration and Finance, Office of (719-255-3210)|
UCCS policies, Organizational charts, VCAF units, UBAC
|Admissions and Records (House Bill 1023) (719-255-3361)|
House Bill 1023 FAQ's and forms
|Admissions and Records Contact List (719-255-3383)|
Admissions and Records Contact List
|Admissions and Records Reports and Forms (719-255-3361)|
Admissions and Records EOT and Enrollment reports, SIS Access Forms, CCHE Index Caluculator, COF Training, Schedule of Courses
|Admissions Information |
Admissions Type and Criteria Information
|Advisor: pre-major advising |
|Affirmative Action (719-255-3372)|
Affirmative Action Policy
|Air Force Counseling Program (719-255-4121)|
The UCCS Department of Counseling and Human Services (CHS) has operated as a stand-alone program since 1967. The Department offers the degree of Master of Arts in Counseling and Human Services. Programs exist for school counselors, community counselors, and student affairs professionals.
|Alpine Village Student Apartments (719-277-6288)|
Information on the Alpine Village Student Apartments
|Alternative Licensure Program (ALP) (719-255-4526)|
The Alternative Licensure Program (ALP) is a one-year intensive program that leads to recommendation for Colorado provisional licensure. The program has its own complete admission process beyond the admission requirements of the University.
The Alternative Licensure Program seeks self-motivated, committed, resourceful individuals who can readily assume teaching roles in a public school classroom. Examples are para-professionals, substitute teachers, career change individuals, retired military or those who have the background and potential for successfully completing this rigorous, fast-paced program.
|Alumni Association (719-255-3180)|
The Alumni and Friends Association strives to be the central link between the University and its alumni. The Alumni Association promotes and fosters a lasting and mutually beneficial relationship between alumni, the University, students, and the community to support the mission, goals, and traditions of UCCS.
|Anthropology, Department of (719-255-3563)|
|Apply to UCCS |
Online Student applications for students wishing to attend UCCS.
|Army ROTC (719-255-3520)|
UCCS Mountain Ranger Battalion Army ROTC
|Art: Gallery of Contemporary Art (719-255-3567)|
The Gallery displays at least six exhibitions annually containing works by artists of significant national and international reputation, as well as works by outstanding regional, faculty and student artists. Educational programming for children, adults and the disabled, as well as credit courses taught by the Gallery Director are offered
|Arts & Humanities : Heller Center (719-330-3463)|
The Heller Center for Arts and Humanities at CU-Colorado Springs is located on a 500-acre property adjacent to the campus that was donated to the university in 1999. Appointed in July 2003, director Perrin Cunningham has already raised more than $100,000 in donations to renovate the property, which in three years will become an exhibition complex with housing for artists in residence.
|Assessment of Student Learning (719-255-4186)|
UCCS | Assessment of Student Learning | SAAC
|Athletic Camps |
UCCS offers many camps in Athletics, Recreation, The Art and much more!
Mountain Lion's Athletic Website. News and info about the athletics programs at UCCS.
|Auxiliary and Enterprise Services |