STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER
The Student Success Center supports currently enrolled students by offering referrals, wraparound resources, disability support services, mentoring, educational coaching, tutoring and more.
- Feminine hygiene products
- Diaper bank (when available)
- Emergency food items
- Quiet study spaces for individuals or groups
- Confidential phone
- Private room (658) for administering personal medications, prayer, brain breaks, nursing mothers, and private phone calls. First come, first served.
Email email@example.com or stop by for more information. The Student Success Center is located at the Emily Griffith Main Campus (1860 Lincoln St.), 6th floor, room 653
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES
We are committed to providing academic accommodations and support in order to create equal opportunities to participate in our programs. If you have a documented disability, you may request accommodations using the form linked below. You are responsible for self-identifying, requesting assistance and providing documentation of your disability.
Please fill out the form to request accommodations. All requests for accommodations must be made through Disability Support Services. Please note the accommodations process takes an average of 3 weeks from the date all requested documentation is received. Submitting an Accommodations Request and providing documentation as soon as possible after the student is admitted (or 4-6 weeks before the program start date) is recommended.
If you are unable to email your documentation, you may drop off in person to 1860 Lincoln Street, 6th Floor. After submitting the completed form, a DSS adviser will reach out to you with next steps.
We offer resources through many local, state and national organizations:
- Variety of resources based on your location, including housing, childcare, utilities, food and more: Findhelp.org
- Free, confidential, professional and immediate support for mental health, substance abuse or emotional concerns: Colorado Crisis Services. Or by phone: Call 1-844-493-8255 Call or Text 38255.
- Anonymously report anything that concerns or threatens you, your friends, your family or your community: Safe2Tell. Call 1-877-542-7233.
- Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Call 1-800-273-8255. Text 1-800-799-4889.
- If you need mental health resources for yourself or your loved ones, reach out to the Mental Health Center of Denver: Mental Health Center of Denver