The University of Colorado Colorado Springs has a history as rich as the views our campus overlooks. As early as the 1920s, the University of Colorado offered courses at numerous Colorado Springs locations. However, when George J. Dwire sold the 80-acre Cragmor Sanitarium to the University of Colorado for $1, the campus we call home now was born.
The UCCS Career Center strives to help current students and alumni explore their options, prepare for their future and achieve their career goals. We will happily answer any questions you might have related to careers and future employment. In addition, we will work to connect employers with the fine talent pool available from UCCS in an effort to help solve their employment/internship needs.
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UCCS Student Government Association website serves as the bridge between the student body and administration, advocating and supporting students and their interests in every facet of the University and CU system at large.
The mission of the Kraemer Family Library is to serve you with respect and to anticipate, understand and respond to your information needs. The success of each student is paramount to the Library's services and collections.
The Office of Information Technology is happy to assist you with all of your computing, networking and telecommunications needs. Our services are available to students, faculty, staff and departmental units of UCCS.
Our Health Services staff includes a physician, psychiatric nurse practitioner, family nurse practitioners, medical assistants, dietitians and a wellness promotion coordinator.
UCCS is accredited through the North Central Association of the Higher Learning Commission
UCCS has the only Bachelors of Innovation degree (accredited) in the world. Students are exposed to training with live clients while using skills taught; they include; teams and working in teams, entrepreneur studies, grant work and so forth. Very good exposure to developing your own work.
After receiving a scholarship from a private donor and financial aid from my school for my studies, I went to Colorado unknowing of what America and the Midwest would be like. I found the classes difficult at first but the teachers extremely friendly, competent, and helpful. Provided you receive the right funding for your studies, which include a lot of financial aid...