Buff Family Newsletter
June 4, 2020

Recent events in these last few weeks have deeply affected our CU community. In this newsletter, you’ll find a message from the chancellor about combating racism together. We also encourage students to use the counseling and support resources available to them.

Over the summer, New Student & Family Programs continues to provide resources and support to both students and families. If you have questions or concerns, or need help finding resources on campus for your student, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can call or text 303-492-4431 or email families@colorado.edu.

Mental health resources on campus Combating racism together
There are much deeper and systemic issues that are affecting communities of color, and as a society, we are far from realizing the promise of equality and justice that every person deserves. Watch this video message from Chancellor Philip DiStefano about combating racism together.
Mental health resources on campus Show your Buff Pride
We are getting excited to welcome our new class of Buffs. Whether you have a new Buff starting in the fall or your student is returning, show us your Buff Pride with printable posters and lawn signs or digital desktop and mobile backgrounds and Facebook cover photos.
Mental health resources on campus Supporting your student through summer courses
Summer Session courses are a great way for students to get ahead and focus on one or two classes at a time. Although, sometimes it can be challenging to stay motivated over the summer. Getting distracted happens to the best of us, and learning to manage time effectively can play a big role in your student’s academic success. Here are some tips to help your student get the most out of their summer courses.
Mental health resources on campus Off-Campus Housing Orientation
Is your student living off-campus this year? The Off-Campus Living Orientation online course has valuable information on everything your student needs to know about living in the Boulder community, including tips for understanding a lease, living with roommates and city ordinances. Encourage your student to complete the Off-Campus Living Orientation today!
Mental health resources on campus Career help for CU Parents
Are you the parent of a CU Boulder student and currently unemployed due to COVID-19? Career Services is here to help! Join our series of online seminars, each addressing a key component of the job search in these uncertain times. There will also be virtual drop-in hours to meet with career development advisors. Learn more and register
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