Keep Up with G-RAP
- Find out about upcoming events by visiting our Google Calendar
- Find other G-RAPpers and get answers to questions on our 2014-2015 G-RAP Facebook Group
- Follow us on Twitter for instant updates
- Like our Facebook Page to keep in touch with us in the future
CU in D.C. – CU in D.C. is a semester-long experience that combines a professional internship with CU coursework in Washington D.C. Internships in Washington D.C. offer students an opportunity to build bridges between knowledge gained in the academic environment of CU, and practical experience gained in the exciting, fast-paced world of the nation’s capital.
Global Grant- The International Affairs Program (IAFS) awards Global Grants, $1,000 scholarships towards a CU-Boulder Study Abroad program, each fall and spring semester. Global Grants awardees have already studied abroad all over the world – join them!
Puksta Scholars Program – Puksta Scholars serve as a catalyst for bringing about positive change in the campus culture and in the local communities, while acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and experiences necessary for ethical, responsible citizenship upon graduation.
G-RAP Fellow – G-RAP Fellows are mentors to first year G-RAP students. Fellows benefit from perks such as a $2,000 stipend for the academic year, access to $1,000 grant for G-RAP abroad programs and two free G-RAP course per semester.
Academic Advising Center – The Academic Advising Center, in the College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Colorado-Boulder, is an organization of advisors, faculty, staff, and administrators committed to enhancing the educational experience of undergraduate students. AAC members work collaboratively with students at all levels and from diverse backgrounds to identify, develop, implement, and attain meaningful educational and personal goals. Academic Advising Center activities include: assisting students in acquiring accurate information to enable them to formulate and complete their academic goals; referring students to the myriad of services, support systems, and informational resources available; teaching students that discovering knowledge, personal responsibility, independence, and mutual respect are essential elements of a liberal arts education.
Career Services – Career Services helps full time, degree seeking UCB students and alumni plan, prepare and promote their careers. They also partner with local and national employers to bring a variety of internships and jobs to CU’s qualified applicant pool. Their web pages are brimming with career-related advice and resources.
Counseling & Psychological Services – CAPS supports students of the CU-Boulder campus community through individual and group counseling, outreach and prevention services. They also invite students, faculty, staff, parents and community members to consult us about any student of concern.
Forever Buffs – Forever Buffs is the Alumni Association’s initiative to engage the 240,000 CU alumni and 30,000 students in every step of their lives, whether it’s driving with a CU license plate to support student scholarships, helping with career advice, hosting CU watch parties across the country or traveling to exotic places together.
Registrar’s Website – Find academic calendars, drop/add deadline dates, information about changing majors, etc. here.
SOFO Student Groups Directory – Here you will find a complete listing of student clubs, groups, organizations, etc. at CU. You can search the directory by keyword to find groups you might be interested in joining.
Wardenburg Health Center – Wardenburg is the primary health care facility for CU students located conveniently on campus. Their services include primary care, psychological health, sports medicine, women’s health, and peer health education.
Women’s Resource Center- The purpose of the Women’s Resource Center is to create a campus environment where women will thrive. They are a dynamic and engaged learning community committed to social justice and working for equity for all people. The WRC offers leadership opportunities to students and works in collaboration with a variety of campus and community partners. They support women on campus and the larger community. The WRC serves anyone who identifies as a woman. Any time they use the terms “woman” or “women,” they mean this in the most inclusive sense possible.