Quick links to useful information at your fingertips!
APAS Facebook Page – this is a great way to engage and to keep up with everything we are doing, cool opportunities we get asked to share, events on campus and around town and discussions in real time!
Internship and Job Opportunities – this list is managed by the Department of Urban and Regional Planing and is a great place to start a search for your next great internship or job.
APA Colorado Events Calendar – this is a great place to find listings of talks and events taking place through the state being put on by APA Colorado.
MURP Student Handbook (for 2016-17) – Tells you everything about the MURP program from class descriptions and required credits to tuition and scholarships to campus resources.
Auraria Library Academic Research Resource Page – Includes links to the top research databases relevant to various urban & regional planning topics and a chat window that allows you to connect with a librarian who can further help you with your research. Check out the “Article Databases” tab for links to even more helpful databases (a great place to start when you’ve got a research paper coming up!).
Course Syllabi – Want to know more about the courses – how they are structured, what they cover, when they are being held? Check out the course syllabi as you are making decisions about which classes to take and how to tailor your academic coursework to your specific interests.
2016 Free or Cheap Things to Do in Denver Metro – this is a comprehensive list of all the free or cheap events happening in and around the Denver Metro Area.
Spring 2017 Elective Offerings:
- URPL 6205: Plan Making (Peter Park)
- URPL 6260: Advanced Geo-Spatial Methods (Austin Troy)
- URPL 6350: Form and Formation of Cities (Ken Schroeppel)
- URPL 6355: Urban Redevelopment Strategies (Brad Segal/Marilee Utter)
- URPL 6400: Community Development (Jennifer Steffel Johnson)
- URPL 6805: Planning Internship
On Campus Resources for Students:
· The CARE team – our Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation Team is here to address any concerning student behavior. If you are worried about a friend, classmate, co-worker, roommate or another individual on campus the CARE Team is here to help. We proactively work with students to connect them with resources. Please visit our website to learn more about our team.
o Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
o Call us: 303-352-3579
o Report a concern online (preferred): click here
· The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center – offers free, confidential counseling to students. Counselors are a great resource and can also be helpful with managing the stress that can come with being a student.
o Call for an appointment: 303-556-4372
o Crisis drop in hours: Monday-Thursday 10-4; Friday 10-2
o After-hours emergency support: 303-352-4455
· The Phoenix Center at Auraria – free and confidential advocates can help anyone who has been impacted by relationship violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Advocates can help you explore next steps both on and off campus.
o 24/7 helpline: 303-556-CALL (2255)
o For appointments: 303-556-6011
· The Office of Equity – If you have been discriminated against or harassed based on your identity, or if you have experienced sexual misconduct (sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, dating/domestic violence, or stalking), this office can help. The team seeks to stop, investigate, and remedy any of these activities to make our campus safer and more inclusive for all.
o Call us at: 844-CU-TITLE
o Email: email@example.com
o Make a report online: click here
· Auraria Police Department – Officers are on campus 24/7/365 to assist you immediately with any emergencies.
o Call 303-556-5000 from your cell phone, or 911 from a campus phone
o Or Text-a-Tip to them at 720-593-TIPS (8477)
o Emergency phone stations on campus, identified by the blue light