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Language Tech Center: Study abroad programs (719-255-3690)
Are you interested in going abroad?
Language Technology Center (719-255-3691)
The Excel Language Technology Center promotes and supports the study of language and culture in the UCCS community through the use of technology.
Languages & Cultures Department
The Department of Languages & Cultures opening the world of different languages
LAS Extended Studies (719-255-4071)
Continuing education for the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. Programs offered include various online courses, Certificates in Middle Eastern Studies (@ Fort Carson) and Gerontology, CU-NET televised courses, Professional Test Preparation (GRE, LSAT) and various traditional classroom courses.
LAS: 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.
Leadership, Research, and Foundations (719-255-4120)
College of Education\'s program
Letters, Arts and Science - Teaching Resources
Letters, Arts and Sciences -College of
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.
LGBT Resource Center
The LGBT Resource Center @ MOSAIC exists as part of UCCS’s on-going commitment to fostering a positive and inclusive atmosphere for everyone on campus. As part of the Multicultural Office for Student Access, Inclusiveness, and Community (MOSAIC), the LGBTRC is designed to provide resources and information to LGBT students, advocate for LGBT interests, conduct outreach and education, and to ensure LGBT voices are represented within the campus at large.
Library, Kraemer (719-255-3296)
Access the library's print and electronic collections and find information about the library including hours, circulation policies, book renewal, instructional services and more.
Listening In (719-255-4179)
This is a gerontology site with loads of information for people over 55 years old. This is the contact for students 55 and older who would like to listen in on courses for free.
Listening in Program
Listening In allows lifelong learners age 55 or older the opportunity to attend regular-session courses on a space-available basis.
Lodging: Hotels Nearby
Nearby Hotels