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Student Success Resource Center 

The Student Success Resource Center supports students across the College of Humanities and Social Sciences with goal-setting, study strategies, campus resources, and personal development. The Success Coaches foster the development of the whole student: a self-directed, curious, motivated, responsible decision-maker capable of advocating for their needs and accomplishing goals.

Through individualized attention, the Coaching sessions provide academic assistance for students. The Coaching sessions may include reviewing DegreeWorks to clarify milestones; discussing long-term goals to ensure the appropriate major and minor combination are pursued; setting Success goals for personal and academic achievement; and many other services oriented towards student life.

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In addition, the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice has a professional advisor to assist CRJ majors with academic and career advising. 

  • Dates to Know
    • Classes Begin: Monday, January 13
    • Add Deadline: Friday, January 17
    • Martin Luther King Day (No Classes): Monday, January 20
    • Drop Deadline and Grade Replacement Deadline: Monday, January 27
    • Spring Break (No Classes): Saturday, March 14 through Sunday, March 22
    • Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal *Priority* Deadline: Friday, April 3
    • Withdrawal Deadline: Friday, April 17
    • Final Exams: Monday, May 4 through Monday, May 8
    • Plus daily events across the University!
  • Schedule a Conversation

    Do you know who your advisor is? You may contact them directly to schedule an appointment, or:

    Schedule An Appointment

    Phone: (970) 351-3140
    EmailHSS.StudentSuccess@unco.edu
    In Person: Candelaria Hall 0140 (Hayley Blackburn / Rebecca Young)

    Rebecca Young: New transfer students, students on academic probation, Economics, Geography, GIS, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Gender Studies, History, International Affairs, Life of the Mind, Political Science, Pre-Law, Sociology, and CRJ First-Year Students.  

    Schedule a Conversation with Becca

    Hayley Blackburn: Africana Studies, Anthropology, Communication, English, Mexican American Studies, Journalism, Leadership Studies, Philosophy, and CRJ 2nd Year Students.

    Schedule a conversation with Hayley 


 Meet the HSS Student Success Team