There are a variety of offices and centers around campus that are dedicated to supporting your academic, extracurricular and professional growth throughout your collegiate career. We hope you take advantage of these offerings, designed specifically for you!
For our undergraduate students, at the Student Success Center, located in Main Hall room 208, we empower students to realize their academic goals, develop their career options and provide access to information regarding campus resources. Our services include academic advising for undergraduate students, as well as career counseling for all student levels.
If you are considering changing your major or do not know which major to choose, we have excellent advisors and a Career Center to help you with your decision.
The College of Business follows and enforces the student conduct rules and policies that are set forth by the university and are listed in the Student Rights and Responsibilities section of the Academic Catalog.
Students caught engaging in academic dishonesty may receive a zero on the assignment in question, an "F" in the class, or be suspended from the College of Business and/or university.
It is the expectation of the College of Business that students will attend all classes. However, specific classroom attendance policies are left to the discretion of the instructors. Students are responsible for knowing the attendance policies of their individual instructors. Business instructors may drop students who do not attend the first class of the semester. This policy allows waitlisted students who do attend the first class to be added to the class. Students registering for classes after the first class must obtain approval from the instructor prior to enrolling in the class.
Success Starts from Within
As a student, academics are important, but it is also important to make sure that you are taking care of your mental and physical well being. The following are links to resources on and off campus that encourage self care, mental and physical health:
College of Business Career Development Center
The College of Business Career Development Center for undergraduate and graduate business students assists students searching for business internships and for part-time and full time positions; it also provides assistance with resume writing, networking opportunities, interview practice and events, as well as career guidance.
The catalog is a place where students can access all UCCS policies, degree requirements as well as course descriptions. The catalog is a book of everything students need to know about UCCS. For policies specific to the College of Business please click here.
Clubs & Organizations
There are many student clubs and organizations across campus. You are sure to find one or more to fit your interests! Student Life can help you find out what is going on around campus or help you find a club or organization that you can get involved in. The College of Business proudly sponsors several business-oriented clubs and organizations.
College of Business Academic Support Center
The College of Business Academic Support Center, located in Dwire Hall room 123, provides a computer lab in Dwire Hall for students to work on homework, check email, print, and work on group activities. The computer lab also provides mentors/tutors to help business students with their business courses, such as accounting, statistics, finance, and information systems.
The College of Business has Model Degree Plans that are in effect when a student starts at UCCS. These degree plans detail everything the student needs to know about obtaining their degree. All students also have access to their "degree audit" which provides feedback about which courses have been completed, are in progress, or need to be completed. A great tool to keep students on track to graduate.
The College of Business participates in the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative that advances principle-based ethics. The Principles provide a framework for personal and organizational decision-making and leadership that College of Business students can utilize both in the classroom and in their future careers.
Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Principles
Integrity - Act with honesty in all situations
Trust - Build trust in all stakeholder relationships
Accountability - Accept responsibility for all decisions
Transparency - Maintain open and truthful communications
Fairness - Engage in fair competition and create equitable and just relationships
Respect - Honor the rights, freedoms, views, and property of others
Rule of Law - Comply with the spirit and intent of laws and regulations
Viability - Create long-term value for all relevant stakeholders
Faculty Office Hours
The College of Business faculty are dedicated to your success. Weekly Office Hours give you a chance to get to know your professors and for them to get to know you. It is a great way to get help with assignments, clarify important class concepts, discuss networking opportunities and receive career advice. We encourage you to take full advantage of your professors' experience and interest in your success. Here is a list of current semester office hours.
For the College of Business, we offer you the ability to complete your degree online. Students may earn their last 60 credits through online courses. Before beginning an online program or taking an online course, you should make sure that you are prepared by speaking with an Academic Advisor.
Important information to help you succeed in your online courses...
Technical Requirements (computer, software, and browser requirements - courses can have individual requirements as well - check the course description through your student portal for specifics).
Technical Skills (hardware, software, and internet skills).
UCCS Office of Disability Services (accommodations and support services).
Semester on a Page
The semester on a page is a quick snapshot of a students semester on a single page. This helps students to keep track of important campus deadlines. It can also be used by students to keep track of their major projects and tests that may occur during that semester.
The College of Business has specific undergraduate scholarships every year for new and continuing students.