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S.O.L.E.- Student Outdoor Leadership Expedition (719-255-3429)
The Outdoor Program exists to provide outdoor recreational experiences that emphasize skill acquisition, SAFETY, positive group dynamics, environmental awareness and FUN! These quality experiences are fostered through small groups of people on single to multi-day trips. Whether it be by land, water or snow, we hope you will take a day or more to slip quietly away with us on an adventure in the outdoors.
Safety and Security Report (719-255-3111)
UCCS Safety and Security Report
SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) (719-255-4493)
Beth-El College Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner training programs information page including SANE-A Certification Review, SANE-A & SANE-P Certification Exams and Advanced Forensic Nurse Examiner Course.
Schedule of Courses
Academic Course listings.
Scholarships
Search and Apply for Scholarships
School of Public Affairs (719-255-4182)
School of Public Affairs
Science and Engineering Buildings Construction (719-255-3073)
Floor plans, renderings and information about the Science Engineering Buildings construction -phase 1.
Science Learning Center (719-255-3689)
The Science Learning Center provides academic support for students taking courses in biology, chemistry, and physics.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
College of Education, working with UCCS\' Center for Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Education (CSTEME) project are supporting the Colorado Springs Region Compact. Regional compact participants include Colorado State University, Poudre School District, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education, Center for (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.
Scientifique, Café
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.
Scribe, The (719-255-3469)
The UCCS Student Campus newspaper.
SEAN's Place (719-255-3454)
Job listings for UCCS students.
SEAS (Students for Environmental Awareness and Sustainability)
Homepage for SEAS student organization
Self-Determination Projects (719-255-4168)
To promote research and exemplary demonstrations that facilitate the capacities of individuals with disabilities to choose, set goals, and self manage their lives.
Services Management Degree - College of Business
Provides skills and knowledge for those who will work in a management or professional capacity in the service sector, including customer service departments, call centers, help desks, insurance, and professional service organizations.
Shuttle Schedule
Shuttle Schedule, Bus
Sigma Tau Delta - Alpha Iota Iota Chapter
website for the UCCS chapter of the International English Honor Society, Alpha Iota Iota (UCCS) chapter. Site includes an event calendar, a statement of our goals, eligability requirements, officer biographies, recent events, meeting minutes, and contact information
SLICE (719-255-4150)
Seeks to develop mutually beneficial partnerships between students, faculty, and community organizations through enrollment in service-learning courses, internships, and community-based outreach activities.
Small Business Development Center (719-255-3844)
Hone your skills as a budding interpreneur.
Smart Classroom Support (719-255-4291)
This website contains supplementary information on \"Smart Classrooms\" supported by the IT department and is not intended to replace \"Podium\" training program.
Snow Closure Delay Weather (719-255-3346)
Call The above number for inquiry about closure due to bad weather
Sociology Department (719-255-4153)
Information on undergrad and graduate programs, faculty and student resources.
SPA (719-255-4182)
School of Public Affairs
Space Studies, Center for (719-255-3769)
The Center for Space Studies (CSS), a component of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers (NISSSC), is focused on promoting space through research, education and outreach in service to our nation and for the betterment of society.
Special Education Generalist: Added Endorsement Program (719-255-4344)
Special Education Home (719-255-4121)
Special educators have opportunities to work with individual students, co-teach within general education classrooms, consult with general educators, accommodate and modify general education curricula, and collaborate with parents and other professionals.
Spectrum
SPECTRUM is a student run organization at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Our mission is to provide a means of social interaction, support, community involvement and visibility for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and their supporters.
Sponsored Programs, Office of (719-255-3153)
This website has been designed as a resource for those acquiring and managing externally sponsored programs for research, training, and other activities.
Sport Management Program (719-255-3345)
Selective degree program designed for students who share a passions for sport and a desire to build careers in sport; please visit the Sport Management webpage: http://www.business.uccs.edu/sport/
Staff Association: Professional Exempt (719-255-3212)
his is the web site for the Professional Exempt Staff Association, representing all non-classified, and non-faculty employees at UCCS.
Staff Page
Informational page for faculty and staff.
Staff/ Faculty sites
Links to Faculty and Staff sites
Strategic Investment in Longterm Opportunities (SILO)
Strategic Plan
Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) (719-255-4120)
College of Education Department of Leadership, Research, and Foundations
Student Conduct
The purpose of the Student Conduct Code is to maintain the general welfare of the university community. The university strives to make the campus community a place of study, work, and residence where people are treated, and treat one another, with respect and courtesy. The university views the student conduct process as a learning experience that can result in growth and personal understanding of one's responsibilities and privileges within both the university community and the greater community. All students must follow these standards.
Student Email
Weekly student email
Student Employment (719-255-3460)
Office of Student Employment
Student Fees
Fees in Addition to Tuition
Student Financial Services (719-255-3391)
Bursar/Cashier/Loan Admin
Student Government Association - SGA (719-255-3470)
Student Health Center (719-255-4444)
Provide health care for UCCS student body.
Student Health Insurance
The UCCS Insurance plan is designed to complement the health services available on campus. This program provides illness and accident coverage for students who meet eligibility requirements.
Student Information System (SIS) Forms (719-255-3380)
Admissions and Records Reports and Forms
Student Online Center
Student Information System
Student Orientation, Advising & Registration (719-255-3260)
This website is a resource for all of our new entering undergraduate students.
Student Portal (719-255-3418)
myUCCS is UCCS�s secure portal to web-based services and information. Services are presented based on your role at the university
Student Recruitment (719-255-3084)
The Visitors Center is a website tied to Student Recruitment for prospective students and parents to sign up for a campus visit and the Mountain Lion Experience. Visitors have the option of signing up on the site or finding the contact information to call the office directly.
Student Response Team (719-255-3111)
Contact the Student Response Team (SRT) concerning patterns of dysfunctional behavior, questions, concerns, and issues involving students and student behavior. The SRT will facilitate a coordinated campus response to crisis incidents, threats or potential threats to the well-being of our students. At a minimum, the SRT is comprised of the UCCS Chief of Police, the Dean of Students, and the Director of the University Counseling Center.
Student Retention (719-255-3688)
Student Engagement....Student Success.....Student Persistence
Student Success - Office of the Vice Chancellor (719-255-3582)
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Success oversees the Student Support Services
Student Success Center (719-255-3260)
Student Success Center - Centralized Academic Advising and Career Services for Undergraduate Students
Study abroad programs (719-255-3690)
Are you interested in going abroad?
Summer Conferencing (719-255-4445)
Hosting a Conference during the summer at UCCS, or in Colorado Springs? Then we are your destination! Lodging, meeting rooms, and food available all on campus.
Summit Village Residence Halls (719-255-4042)
Information on the Summit Village Residence Halls.
Super Saturday (719-597-0597)
Super Saturday at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is a program of classes for gifted students in the Pikes Peak region. The program is run under the auspices of the College of Education, and classes meet on the university campus. Class size ranges from 12 to 16 students. The goal of Super Saturday is to challenge the students\' intellectual and creative abilities.
Sustainability : UCCS Campus (719-255-3757)
Campus sustainability site offers campus sustainability news, events, resources, updates on new building, sustainable development minor.
Sustainability and Transportation
Sustainability, Campus: Recycling (719-255-3757)
Recognizing that institutions of higher learning have a responsibility to exercise leadership and create the future, UCCS actively pursues sustainability as a way to address the University's focus on increased student recruitment and retention, effective and efficient resource usage, and fiscal responsibility.