Find information about living Off-Campus and browse through our collection of resources.

Commuter Services

  • Commuter Services Office: Where to Find Us

    CU Denver Commuter Services Office

    Location: Tivoli, Suite 227
    Phone: 303-315-7310

    CU Anschutz Commuter Services Office
    Location: Education 2 North Building, room 3200 Phone: 303.724.2866Email: Website: www.ucdenver.e...

  • CU Anschutz Commuter Services Office

    Office of Campus Student Services

    ED 2 North, room 3200 (Student Services Suite)

    (ph) 303.724.2866: (email) 

Transportation/Parking Resources

  • RTD

    *You are given a RTD pass, which is paid for by your student fees. This pass allows you to utilize the RTD system (including light rail, express shuttles and SkyRide (CU Anschutz students only) at any time while you are enrolled in school!

  • Denver B-Cycle

    Denver B-Cycle is Denver’s bike sharing system.

  • Zipcar

    Zipcar offers short-term car rentals (reserve by the hour or day).

  • Zimride

    Zimride is a private ridesharing network for CU Denver.

  • On-Campus Parking

    Use this map to locate specific parking lots and pricing. Click here for parking pass or permit information.

Renter's Rights Resources

  • Rights as a Renter

    Click here for more information on your rights as a renter or contact for specific legal resources regarding housing/landlord disputes.

On-Campus Student Support Services

  • CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center

    The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center provides mental health counseling services to CU Denver students and the Denver Metro Community.

  • Auraria Early Learning Center (Child Care Center)

    The Auraria Early Learning Center serves the child care needs of Auraria’s students, staff, and faculty. It is located on the southwest corner of campus.

  • UniverCity Key

    UniverCity Key provides discounts surrounding activities and services in downtown Denver, for students, staff, and faculty.y provides discounts surrounding activities and services in downtown Denver, for students, staff, and faculty.

  • Dean of Students Office

    The Dean of Students Office provides a wide range of support services (e.g. advocating for student needs, student conduct, addressing issues of wellness and safety, etc.).

  • The CU Denver Food Pantry

    The CU Denver Food Pantry provides students with access to non-perishable food and personal care items.

  • CU Denver Lynx Center

    The CU Denver Lynx Center functions as a resource center that provides students with quick and easy access to resources, referrals, and solutions.

  • Office of Student Life

    The Office of Student Life helps students find ways to get involved on-campus and in the community.

  • Financial Aid & Scholarships Office

    Information on financial aid and scholarships

  • Academic Success & Advising Center

    The Academic Success & Advising Center provides academic advising to all CU Denver students.

  • Learning Resource Center

    The Learning Resource Center provides various modalities of tutoring and promotes student success, retention, and graduation in the academic setting.

  • AHEC Police

    Information regarding the Auraria Campus Police Department.

  • Phoenix Center at Auraria

    The Phoenix Center provides response services, education, and facilitates dialogue related to interpersonal violence (IPV) in the Auraria Community.

  • Career Center

    The Career Center provides services related to job searching, writing a resume/CV, networking, interviewing, etc.

  • The Experiential Learning Center

    The Experiential Learning Center (ELC) provides internship, undergraduate research, and professional development experience.

  • Disability Resources & Services

    The Disability Resources and Services Office maintains disability-related records, determines eligibility for academic accommodations, etc.

  • LGBTQ Student Resource Center

    The LGBTQ Student Resource Center provides support services and growth opportunities for LGBTQIA students to realize their fullest potential, as well as fosters acceptance and understanding of issues related to this population within the campus community.

  • Veteran Student Services

    The Veteran Student Services provides support services to Active Duty, Reservist, National Guard, Veteran and VA Dependent students.

  • Office of Case Management

    The Office of Case Management provides support to the campus community and struggling students (e.g. struggling to navigate he university system, current and emerging mental or physical health issues, issues with adjustment to academic and social life, etc.). Case managers provide individual support to students.

  • Ombuds

    The Ombuds Office provides confidential, informal, impartial information that is independent from university systems.

  • The Office of Equity: Title IX

    This office provides resources, advocacy, and action related to violations of discrimination on campus.