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Mental Health, Wellbeing Support, and Resources

Useful mental health resources.

Check out the CU Law Student Wellness site.

Visit the CU Health and Wellness Services for a range of services on campus to support CU Boulder students' health and well-being.


Being aware and managing your feelings, being at peace with who you are, and having the tools you need to weather life's ups and downs.

  1. Being self-aware
  2. Having a positive outlook
  3. Managing feelings well
  4. Accepting yourself
  5. Having good coping skills

​​​​​​Reflects the impact your environment (home, school, city, planet) has on you and the impact you have on the environment.

  1. Creating spaces that promote well-being
  2. Understanding the impacts of environment on health
  3. Practicing sustainability

Your relationship with money and skills for managing resources, as well as your ability to make good consumer choices and seek out appropriate financial opportunities.

  1. Feeling financially secure now and into the future
  2. Setting and working toward financial goals
  3. Managing personal finances
  4. Preparing for the future

Feeling stimulated and engaged with learning and staying open to new ideas and perspectives.

  1. Being a life-long learner
  2. Sharing knowledge and experiences
  3. Mastering new skills
  4. Expanding knowledge
  5. Being curious

The work you choose to do and how it contributes to your community and fulfills you.

  1. Engaging in rewarding activities
  2. Making good use of time
  3. Having satisfying work
  4. Being a volunteer
  5. Being creative

The role that you take in maintaining your body for strength, vitality and energy.

  1. Being active
  2. Eating well
  3. Getting enough sleep
  4. Being safe and secure

Medical Services (formerly Wardenburg Health Services) is the primary health care resource for CU Boulder students. Through comprehensive care and education we strive to give students the skills and knowledge they need to develop healthy life-long habits.

Medical Services offers:

  • Primary Care
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Physical Therapy
  • Flu Shots and Vaccinations
  • Nutrition Services
  • Lab Services
  • Radiology
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Allergy Shots
  • Travel Clinic

All law students have access to a variety of great resources on the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU-Boulder) campus. These include:

  • Bike Program 
    • CU’s bike program provides free help with basic bike repairs at any of the bike stations around campus. You can also rent a bike for free for two days with your student ID.
  • Rec Center
    • The CU rec centers on Main Campus and Williams Village offer free access to any student. In addition to standard gym facilities, the Main Campus Rec Center also has fitness classes like yoga and dance, a swimming pool, an ice arena, and an indoor rock climbing wall.
  • UMC Connection Game Room
    • This room in the UMC on Main Campus has the only bowling alley in Boulder, plus billiard tables, pinball, foosball, and other games. The Connection also offers food, beer, and other drinks.

For additional information about student life at the CU-Boulder campus, visit the Student Life main page.

Health Promotion provides outreach and education on a variety of health topics to help students make informed decisions about their health and well-being. Health Promotions Services includes:

  • Programs Workshops and Resources
  • Alcohol and Drug Courses
  • Peer Wellness Coaching

How you choose to define and connect with your community and the people around you.

  1. Being connected
  2. Giving and receiving support
  3. Having intimate and meaningful relationships
  4. Being an active member of the community
  5. Caring for and about others

Your understanding of your place and purpose, how you make meaning of what happens to you, and what your mind goes to for comfort or relief.

  1. Finding meaning in life
  2. Experiencing connections
  3. Appreciating life and beauty
  4. Celebrating cultural identity
  5. Practicing own faith
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