For detailed information about the program, curriculum, and degree requirements, please review our Program Handbook.
What is it? Maxient is a software program utilized by U.S. higher education institutions to track and record trainee behaviors (i.e. student discipline, academic integrity, care and concern records, Title IX matters, or just an “FYI”).
Why is it useful? Maxient has centralized reporting and record keeping that will help us connect the dots and prevent students from falling through the cracks by helping us identify students in distress and coordinate the efforts of various departments to provide follow-up.
How will ORE Use Maxient? We have created an ORE Maxient Form for students, faculty, and staff to share any concern or report any type of issue or concern about oneself or others. Once submitted, the form will be routed to the corresponding Program Director and Program Administrator for follow up. If an individual prefers NOT to notify the program, they may select "ORE" from the Program list and the form will instead be routed to the ORE Assistant Dean for Student Affairs.
Student Affairs | The friendly staff in this office does it all, from providing information about affordable housing to planning fun student activities throughout the year.
Financial Aid | Students in the Human Medical Genetics and Genomics Program receive a stipend which will easily support one person living in the Denver area. Many students do qualify for additional financial aid, if desired.
Student Health Insurance | All full-time enrolled students automatically qualify for student health insurance.
Office of the Registrar | The registrar is committed to the delivery of quality, student-centered enrollment and academic support services through collaboration and the integration of technology. As stewards of student records and enrollment data, they provide judicious management and dissemination of student data for students, faculty, staff, and community constituents.
Parking Operations | Students can obtain a permit for a minimal monthly fee. Many students live close enough to walk.
Office of Diversity | The Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement implements best practices as it relates to diversity, equity and inclusion for students, staff, faculty and visitors on campus, and develop and maintain mutually beneficial partnerships with the community.
Health Sciences Library | Besides books and journals, the library provides numerous other resources, including access to computers and a variety of free classes.
CU Anschutz Bookstore | A convenient place to buy all the typical campus bookstore items: paper, pens, notebooks, textbooks, snacks, greeting cards, etc
Denver Post | Latest Denver news, top Colorado news and local breaking news from The Denver Post, including sports, weather, traffic, business, politics, photos and video.
Denver Official Website | Visit the official website of the City and County of Denver for news
Denver International Airport | Denver International Airport, locally known as DIA, is an international airport in the Western United States, primarily serving metropolitan Denver, Colorado, as well as the greater Front Range Urban Corridor.
City Guide | Whether you're a seasoned visitor or a first-timer, our free visitors guide is your best resource on how to navigate Denver with highlights, tips, and maps.
Student travel awards are available from the Graduate School. Funds are provided from an endowment entitled the “C. Werner and Kitty Hirs Graduate Student Enrichment Fund” made to the University of Colorado Foundation for the use by the Graduate School at the Anschutz Medical Campus. Awards are up to $500 and are to be used to help defray the expenses incurred by a PhD student who attends a nationally recognized meeting and presents their work.
As a student at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus, you are encouraged to take advantage of campus resources and programs that are designed to help you realize your maximum academic potential and achieve your personal goals.
The mission of the Career Development Office (CDO) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (CU Anschutz) is to help graduate students and postdoctoral fellows acquire the non-science skills and experiences they need to successfully transition in their careers, both inside and outside of academia. We strive to supplement the world-class research training at CU Anschutz with world-class "non-bench" training, making our alumni highly sought after employees in a myriad of professions.
The CDO serves as an informational resource for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty, and administrators. We encourage you to visit the website often to learn about all the professional and career development opportunities that we provide - the skills and experiences you gather now can be the keys to opening the doors to your future.
The Graduate School, in concert with current graduate students, has created this residential information website to help you with your housing needs. The Graduate School surveyed all graduate and medical students on the Anschutz Medical Campus and compiled the results. If you have questions about the housing survey or would like to ask about particular neighborhoods, please consult your graduate program administrator.
The Graduate School Resource database is your one-stop shop for academic calendars, deadlines, forms, and policies.
The Office of Disability, Access, & Inclusion recognizes, welcomes, and celebrates disability as an integral part of a diverse health professions campus and workforce. To facilitate inclusion, we partner with students and programs to identify opportunities to create and promote meaningful access.
The Ombuds Office is a safe, confidential, and nonbiased resource that members of the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz can approach to discuss, voice, and clarify any university-related concerns. We are a neutral third-party resource that is available to hear individual complaints and help sort out and identify options for resolving those concerns.