CUDenver Learning Resources Center
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Learning Resources Center
Who doesn't like free stuff?
The LRC provides several different services catering to every student's specific learning requirements. Offering both in-person and virtual learning options, each service provided by the Learning Resources Center is available at no additional cost for fee-paying CU Denver students.
Chances are, we've got exactly what you need.
If there's anyone who truly understands, it's your peers!
Learn with your peers
Peer Tutoring provides CU Denver students with free, course-specific academic support where students review course concepts with Academic Guides. Drop-in tutoring is available in-person with no sign-up required!
24/7 Online Tutoring
TutorMe is an online education platform that provides on-demand tutoring and online courses to CU Denver students. TutorMe connects students with experienced tutors who specialize in over 300 subjects, and offers personalized and engaging learning experiences through 1:1 tutoring sessions, live audio/video chat, and advanced learning tools.
Remote and in-person
Study Skills Workshops offer students an opportunity to strengthen their current study habits and wellness practices, and help them figure out what strategies work best. Our Academic Learning Specialists help students to strengthen their skills and select new study techniques to use.
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Resources for International Students
RISE (Resources for Immigrant/International Students and English Language Learners) is a social and academic support program designed for immigrant and English Language Learners at CU Denver.
Pre and post semester prep
Prepare like never before
Boost is an intensive program led by an Academic Guide that aims to refresh and bring students up-to-speed on core knowledge areas and important concepts before classes begin and even throughout the semester.
Traditional Territories and Ancestral Homelands
Acknowledging that we reside in the homelands of Indigenous Peoples is an important step in recognizing the history and the original stewards of these lands. Land acknowledgments must extend far beyond words, the United States has worked hard to erase the narratives of Indigenous Peoples over time. Land acknowledgment statements can help to remind us of the history, the contributions and the sacrifices Native peoples have made.
We honor and acknowledge that we are on the traditional territories and ancestral homelands of the Cheyenne, Arapaho, and Ute nations. This area, specifically the confluence of the Platte and Cherry Creek Rivers was the epicenter for trade, information sharing, planning for the future, community, family and ally building, as well as conducting healing ceremonies for over 45 Indigenous Nations, including the Lakota, Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Shoshone, Paiute, Zuni, Hopi among others.
We must recognize Indigenous peoples as the original stewards of this land and as these words of acknowledgment are spoken and heard, remember the ties these nations still have to their traditional homelands. Let us acknowledge the painful history of genocide and forced removal from this territory and pay our respect to the diverse Indigenous peoples still connected to this land. Let us also give thanks to all Tribal Nations and the ancestors of this place.