Whether on campus or out in your community, wearing a mask is one of the simplest actions you can take to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Thank you for masking up to keep #CUAnschutzTogether.Questions about masks? View our mask guidance and read campus FAQs online.
Frontline care providers and staff are at high risk for stress, anxiety and other challenges at this time. The CU Department of Psychiatry offers free mental health services including support groups, individual assistance, hotlines and more.A statewide initiative called “Past the Pandemic,” brings healthcare workers across Colorado an eight-session series on resilience-building, beginning next in early October. Learn more here.
We look forward to sharing details of a new care program, and more information from the Human Resources Office will be coming soon. Visit the childcare and elder care webpage for area resources available to members of the CU community today, including childcare, before- or after-school care, preschool and remote learning assistance.
Call the CU Anschutz Campus Health Center at 303-724-6242 to make your annual flu shot appointment. Most insurance plans cover the cost, and self-pay is also available. All students, faculty and staff may get their flu shot on campus, regardless of whether you are approved for on-campus working or learning. Find details on the Campus Health Center website.
Appointments are offered most Mondays, Wednesday and Thursdays through 10/15, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 5 p.m., or as needed. You may also visit the Belleview Point Clinic curbside flu clinic on 9/23 or 10/7.On-campus clinics are located in a tent in the Monte Vista parking lotsouth of the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center at your scheduled time. Designated patient parking spaces and outdoor waiting areas will be clearly marked. Please do not arrive early or late, and do not enter the Wellness Center building. Due to COVID-19, appointments, mask wearing and pre-appointment screening are required. A 15-minute post-vaccine waiting period is recommended, and waiting space is available.
Register online for 5-minute “Mindful Moment” meditation sessions, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:50 a.m.
Keep up with Colorado’s latest COVID-19 guidance.