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Welcome, Transfer Students!: Campus Resources

Specific resources for transfer students

Campus Resources

Non-Traditional Student Organization (NTSO)

The Non-Traditional Student Organization (NTSO) is a great way to build connections with fellow Transfer Students! Consider subscribing to their email list and attending their events! Be sure to check out their list of Transfer Resources that will help you to thrive at CU.

Childcare Options on Campus

Check out programs at the Children's Center 

Children's and Young Adult Collection at Norlin Library

Families and caregivers are encouraged to visit the Children's and Young Adult Collection. CU students may borrow materials from this collection.

Getting Around Campus

Find information about bus, bike, car, and other transportation options.

Meal Plan Options for Commuters

Hungry on campus? You can use campus dining halls, grab and go stations, and local restaurants with meal plans, Campus Cash options, or pay as you go with credit, debit, or cash.

Tutoring Resources

Interested in finding a tutor?  Look at these resources. Want to become a tutor? Here are options.

Veteran's Resources

Are you veteran?  Be sure to consider the resources listed by the Office of Veteran Affairs.

Center for Inclusion & Social Change

Students with all types of identities can find resources and programming at CISC!

Summer 2021: Libraries' Services

We're here to support both research and relaxation - check out our Summer Guide to the Libraries: Student Edition.