Travel Ban Resources for Students
The University of Denver continues to support all our community members. We do not and will not voluntarily share student information with immigration enforcement officials.
Resources for Students
- Questions About Student Immigration Status
Questions About Executive Order Implications
Students that have other needs related to this executive order (concerns about family or friends, questions about the future, struggling with academics) can reach out to Tracey Adams Peters or Johanna Leyba in the Center for Multicultural Excellence for help accessing resources.
Support for Academic and Social Concerns
Pioneers CARE (Communicate, Assess, Refer, Educate is an outreach program that helps find solutions for students experiencing academic, social and crisis situations including mental health concerns. Please call 303-871-2400 for assistance.
Support for Mental Health Concerns
The Health & Counseling Center provides many medical and mental health services. Call 303-871-2205 or visit HCC in the Ritchie Center, 2240 E. Buchtel Blvd., Suite 3N.
Resources for Employees, Faculty and Staff
Mental Health Support
The Counseling/Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to faculty and staff. University employees can attend up to six counseling sessions each fiscal year at the HCC (the initial consult plus 5 sessions). All individual EAP visits are a covered benefit for University employees and are available at no additional fee.Visit Employee Assistance Program
General Resources for All Community Members
Spiritual and Religious Support
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life passionately advocates for the integration of religious, spiritual and ethical voices and values at the University of Denver. Chaplain Gary Brower ([email protected]) is available for confidential conversation and support.Visit Religious and Spiritual Life
Psychological Support for Community Members
Additional fee-based counseling services are available through the following clinics:
Support After a Bias Incident
The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX, in collaboration with University partners, fosters an environment of equal opportunity for students, faculty and staff in all aspects of educational programming and employment. The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX is responsible for ensuring compliance with the University's anti-discrimination policies and promoting full compliance with all federal, state and local discrimination laws. The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX can assist you with:
- Consultation concerning issues of possible discrimination, harassment or retaliation
- Investigation of complaints of discrimination, harassment and/or retaliation
- Investigation of sexual misconduct matters including sexual assault (non-consensual sexual contact)