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Café Scientifique
An expert starts out with an informal introduction to an interesting current scientific topic. Then for an hour or so there are questions and answers and general discussion.
Camps at UCCS
UCCS offers many camps in Athletics, Recreation, The Art and much more!
Campus Calender/ Events
List of events and happenings at UCCS Campus
Campus Closure Status (719-255-3346)
Find out if there is a campus closure
Campus Directory
Campus Directory consisting contacts of Faculty, Staff and Students
Campus Information
Quick links to campus living and services
Campus Map
UCCS map and directions
Campus Overview / Information
A quick look at the UCCS Campus Information
Campus Recreation
Intramurals, club sports, and outdoor programs. Browse our site for information about upcoming trips, programs, and events. Please Contact us if you have any questions.
Career Center (719-255-3340)
Provides Career Exploration and Job Search. Discover the path to a rewarding career with the help of the Student Success Career Center.
Cashier's Office (719-255-3391)
Student Billing/ Receivables and Cashiering
Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education (719-255-3595)
The Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education (CSTEME), a component of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers (NISSSC), enhances the workforce of scientists and engineers through programs and activities that target the elementary through college (P-16) arena.
Center for the Study of Government and the Individual (CSGI)
The Center for the Study of Government and the Individual at UCCS
Center for Trauma, Health and Hazards (719-255-3843)
The Trauma, Health and Hazards Center (THHC), a component of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers (NISSSC), is a multi-disciplinary team of social scientists focused on the human behavioral dimension of preventing, mitigating, and recovering from extreme events.
Chancellor's Leadership Class
This site contains program information on the Chancellor's Leadership Class, an undergraduate leadership development program at UCCS, including information for prospective students, current Scholars, and community partners.
Chancellor, Office of (719-255-3436)
Change Password
Change your NT account password
Chemistry & Biochemistry Department (719-255-3479)
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Home Page
Chemistry & Biochemistry Department - Dr. Anderson's Web Pages
Dr. Anderson's Web Pages
Clubs at UCCS (719-255-3470)
Official list of Clubs and Organizations at UCCS
Clyde's (719-255-3502)
Clyde's is UCCS' new and improved pub. You're going to love it.
COE Diversity Action Plan (719-255-4134)
College of Education's Diversity Action Plan - January 2006
COF (719-255-3361)
An act of the Colorado State Legislature in May 2004 established a new way for the State to provide state tax dollar support for higher education at the undergraduate level.
COH Computing (719-255-4291)
UCCS Information Technology operates a fifty-two station computing lab and seven computerized classrooms on the second floor of Columbine Hall. Each computerized classroom is equipped with Windows XP Professional® work stations and a laser printer
College of Business (719-255-3408)
The College of Business offers a bachelor of science degree in various business disciplines, such as Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing, Organizational Management, Professional Golf Management, and Services Management. Additionally, the College of Business offers a minor to non-business students as well as various certificates.
College of Business, Business Ethics Home Page
College of Business, Business Ethics Homepage includes: -Events -Past Events -News -Newsletter -Grants (applications) -Ethics Curriculum -Partnerships (with businesses) -Consortium (with colleges)
College of Education (719-255-4996)
The College of Education site
College of Education Extended Studies (719-255-4344)
The College of Education Extended Studies Program at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs provides various high-quality undergraduate and graduate courses for traditional and non-traditional students. This program also provides an outreach effort for Colorado residents who request workshops, seminars, course, and professional development experiences for undergraduate and graduate students, credit or non-credit. Extended Studies includes instruction of all types delivered off-campus. Instruction may be offered at off-campus locations or at other institution�s campuses; delivered to students via mail and print material or electronic media including e-learning, Internet, E-college, email, television, satellite, or other technology media; or provided in collaboration with other institutions, agencies, or organizations. 719-255-4134
College of Education Online/Distance Education Programs
The College of Education Online/Distance Education Programs at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs provide various high-quality undergraduate and graduate online courses for traditional and non-traditional students. The main objective for these programs is to increase campus capacity to respond to the educational, training, and professional development needs to support current students, potential students, community needs, and other regional, state, and global clients.
College of Education Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership, Research & Policy (719-255-4344)
This program is designed to meet the personal and professional needs of educational leaders in school districts, higher education, and non-governmental organizations through rigorous courses in leadership, research and policy.
College of Education Teacher Education & Licensure Program (719-255-3227)
The mission of teacher education within the College of Education is to prepare well-trained effective educators. UCCS is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The College of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The licensure programs are accredited by the Colorado Commission on Higher Education and the Colorado Department of Education.
College of Education's Curriculum and Instruction Department (719-255-3227)
The Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction is designed to enhance educators\' instructional skills by increasing their professional knowledge base and providing opportunities to continually reflect on their practice.
College of Education's Special Education Program (719-255-4121)
Candidates in special education learn to teach students the skills needed to fully participate in their school, community, and workplace. Course work combines on-campus learning with field learning experiences to prepare candidates to work with people with disabilities ages 5 to 21.
College of Education's Special Programs (719-255-4134)
College of Education's Special Programs
College of Engineering and Applied Science (719-255-3543)
Home page for EAS which houses Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Cngineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Departments.
College of Engineering and Applied Science Distance Learning (719-255-3543)
Continuing Education, Distance Learning, and Extended Studies at the College of Engineering and Applied Science
College of Engineering and Applied Science Extended Studies (719-255-3246)
Continuing Education, Distance Learning, and Extended Studies at the College of Engineering and Applied Science
College of Letters, Arts and Sciences (719-255-4550)
The college of Letters, Arts and Sciences at UCCS offers bachelor's degrees in a full range of traditional liberal arts majors and minors, and selected graduate programs. We also offer certificate programs.
Colleges, Schools & Departments
List of colleges at UCCS
Colorado Center for Policy Studies
Colorado Center for Policy Studies
Colorado Mathematical Olympiad
Information for Annual Math Olympiad
Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF) (719-255-3361)
An act of the Colorado State Legislature in May 2004 established a new way for the State to provide state tax dollar support for higher education at the undergraduate level.
Colorado Springs Technology Incubator (719-255-3104)
Assisting in the launch of high-technology companies in the greater Colorado Springs area, through business advice, office facilities, and access to educational resources.
Columbine Hall Computing (719-255-4291)
UCCS Information Technology operates a fifty-two station computing lab and seven computerized classrooms on the second floor of Columbine Hall. Each computerized classroom is equipped with Windows XP Professional® work stations and a laser printer
Commencement Site (719-255-3258)
Committees, UCCS
Committeess on UCCS Campus
Communication Department (719-255-4114)
Department of Communication Homepage
Communication Department - Liesl H. Eberhardt
This is the faculty website of Liesl H. Eberhardt. Students taking courses with this professor can check weekly for updates.
Communique (719-255-3439)
Communique is the official online newsletter for UCCS faculty and staff, which is constantly updated to provide fresh content and opportunity for reader interaction. It is published by University Advancement.
Community Exchange
VINCE is an on-line volunteer matching program where UCCS students can search for volunteer opportunities in the greater Colorado Springs community.
Commuter/ Off campus student (719-255-3902)
Communication to students who commute
Compass Curriculum
The Compass Curriculum is the campus-wide undergraduate, general education program at UCCS. This program was created to give you the right tools, knowledge, and experience for success in todays world after you graduate.
Compliance, Human Resources
Affirmative Action, Blue Ribbon Commission on Diversity, Diversity Report President's Diversity, Advisory Committee UCCS Diversity, Strategic Plan, Compliance, Training Supervisors of Classified Staff, Conflict of Interest Site Conflict of Interest, Procedures Conflict of Interest Policy, Conflict of Interest Management Templates
Computer Labs
Printing in UCCS computer labs.
Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming, CS-216,computer organization,assembly language
pages related to cs-216 computer organization and assembly language programming
Computer Science - Charles M. Shub
charlie shub's minimal home page
Computer Science - Charlie Shub - Full home page
charlie shub's full home page with graphics
Computer Science - Prof. Edward Chow
Personal web site with office hours/locations, phone, email, and courses taught and research projects/funding
Computer Science Department (719-255-3544)
Computer Science Department Homepage
Conference Services (719-255-4445)
Site for conference services for conferences and meetings.
Conflict of Interest site (719-255-3418)
UCCS Conflict of Interest
Construction Gateway
Information about current, upcoming and future construction projects
Continuing Education (719-255-3172)
Continuing Education, Distance Learning, and Extended Studies at the College of Engineering and Applied Science
Convocation
Convocation and BBQ.
Copy Center (719-255-3213)
Print Shop at UCCS
Copy Center (719-255-3213)
Competitiveley priced copy center for All your copying needs.
Copy Center : Print Shop (719-255-3213)
Print Shop at UCCS
Counseling and Human Services Department
The Counseling and Human Services Program is designed to be evolving and places considerable responsibility on students for their own learning. The focus of the program is student-centered with the intention of guiding students as they develop their own counseling theory and approach to helping. A strong emphasis is placed on personal growth and awareness of self and others. Students are trained to create a therapeutic environment for their clients that promote personal growth.
Counseling Center (719-255-3265)
The University Counseling Center (UCC) at UCCS provides services which complement the university's academic mission to promote healthy growth. Our mission includes assisting students with their academic success when personal matters may be interfering with or complicating students' efforts. These services help students achieve their educational goals, learn the process of problem solving, increase and enhance their capacity for satisfying interpersonal relationships, define their career goals, and maximize their capacity for continued emotional growth beyond their educational experience.
Course Catalog / Bulletin
Academic Course listings.
Courses/ Other Programs
Cragmor - Historic Site
History of the Cragmor Building before it became a part of UCCS.
Criminal Justice
The criminal justice program utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to capture both the academic liberal arts emphasis and the professional and policy knowledge required to educate criminal justice professionals.
CS - 4/550 Operating Systems
pages related to cs-4/550 operating systems
CSURF: Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum (719-255-4552)
The Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum is a collaborative venture designed to highlight the accomplishments of undergraduates from Colorado College, the United States Air Force Academy, and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
CSURF: Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum (719-255-4552)
The Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum is a collaborative venture designed to highlight the accomplishments of undergraduates from Colorado College, the United States Air Force Academy, and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
CU Aging Center (719-471-4884)
CU Ethics Line
The CU EthicsLine is a tool available to employees to report violations of law or serious/recurring violations of policy. It is provided by EthicsPoint, an independent company that offers similar services for hundreds of companies and universities. The tool will allow you to report concerns confidentially on-line or by calling a toll-free number and is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
CU Foundation (719-255-5100)
The University of Colorado Foundation is a privately governed nonprofit corporation whose mission is to support the University of Colorado
CU Opportunity Program (719-255-3040)
Provides information on CU Opportunity Program
CU System
Homepage of the University of Colorado System
CU Transcripts
Information about ordering CU Transcripts
Culturally Responsive Teaching, Leadership, and Counseling (719-255-4134)
The College of Education at UCCS would like to invite you to a K-12 symposium developed for local teachers, leaders, counselors, and administrators. Come and interact with national experts in the areas of culturally responsive teaching, leadership, and counseling. Speakers will share instructional strategies and currcula specifically designed to meet the needs of all students, particularly students from diverse cultural backgrounds, students receiving special education services, and students of color.
Curiosity Unlimited (719-255-3180)
Curiosity Unlimited
Current Students
Informational page for current / enrolled students