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Safety

A safe place to live and learn

CU Denver is committed to your safety and security. The Auraria Campus has a dedicated, full-service operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The university provides emergency-related information, as appropriate, via:

  • a toll-free phoneline, 1-877-INFO-070 (or 1-877-463-6070);
  • online at www./alert;
  • the Rave emergency notification tool. Students, faculty and staff can register for this free text and voice messaging service at .

Title IX


CU Denver is committed to maintaining a positive learning, working and living environment. The university employs trained staff members who have responsibility for Title IX compliance. The Title IX Coordinator oversees the development, implementation, and evaluation of Title IX policies, procedures, and training efforts.


Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation (CARE)


The CARE team was created by the university to address the health and safety needs of students as well as the campus community. The purpose of the team is to assess whether individuals pose a risk to themselves or others and to intervene when necessary, and more generally, to identify and provide assistance to those in need. The team takes a preventative approach to risk assessment by offering resources, referrals and support to both the concerning individual and those impacted by their behavior. You can call 303-315-7306 or visit the CARE team's website​ to report a concern.


Student Conduct and Community Standards


The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards serves as a resource to the CU Denver community through its efforts to meet the developmental and educational needs of students related to community expectations, civility and respect for self and others.

The office functions to support community members with conflict management and resolution, and responding to inappropriate and threatening behaviors. It provides student-centered educational services, which promote personal development and individual responsibility. The office also strives to create a dynamic, open and just environment where civility, cultural competence, and learning are expected and celebrated. You may view the Student Conduct Code online.


Extreme Weather


When extreme winter weather conditions develop, the university's normal business operations can be affected. Students, faculty and staff can check local broadcast news media (TV and radio) for announcements about closures or schedule adjustments. Information also will be available on the Auraria phoneline, 303-556-2401, and online at www./alert

CU Denver

1201 Larimer Street
Denver, Colorado
303-315-5969

CU Anschutz
Medical Campus

13001 E. 17th Place
Aurora, Colorado
303-724-5000



10035 S. Peoria Street
Lone Tree, Colorado
303-315-9444

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