September 21, 2021

FACES OF UCCS: Karel Hernández Bandrich, Finding a supportive community at UCCS

Written by Tiyana Hardney Vela as part of our Impact Stories series, highlighting students impacted by philanthropy through scholarships at UCCS. Karel Hernández Bandrich always knew he wanted to […]
August 24, 2021

FACES OF UCCS: Emily Aragon, Crafting a future in healthcare

Written by Tiyana Hardney Vela as part of our Impact Stories series, highlighting students impacted by philanthropy through scholarships at UCCS. Attending UCCS opened Emily Aragon’s eyes to a […]
June 21, 2021

FACES OF UCCS: Nicholas Dindyal, Pursuing his life goals

Written by Tiyana Hardney Vela as part of our Impact Stories series, highlighting students impacted by philanthropy through scholarships at UCCS. For Nicholas Dindyal, attending college had to feel […]
May 24, 2021

FACES OF UCCS: Connor Clay, Combining a passion for business and computer science

Written by Tiyana Hardney Vela as part of our Impact Stories series, highlighting students impacted by philanthropy through scholarships at UCCS. Connor Clay came to UCCS in 2019 with […]
April 26, 2021

FACES OF UCCS: William Ross, Shifting Expectations

Written by Tiyana Hardney Vela as part of our Impact Stories series, highlighting students impacted by philanthropy through scholarships at UCCS. William Ross wanted to play […]
April 7, 2021

FACES OF UCCS: Sandra Curry, Never Losing Sight of her Dreams

Written by Tiyana Hardney Vela as part of our Impact Stories series, highlighting students impacted by philanthropy through scholarships at UCCS. Many high school seniors eagerly […]
March 24, 2021

#FitnessThursday: Mental Boost Through Movement

Written by Caleb Hall The University of Arizona once did an experiment testing how quickly they could grow trees. By replicating earth’s conditions, they were immensely […]
February 18, 2021

#FitnessThursday Cold Sweat: Dressing for a Run in Chilly Weather

Written by Carlie Grabenstein The best running gear for cold weather most importantly fits the type of cold weather. Is it humid and cold? Is it […]
February 4, 2021

#FitnessThursday Regular Movement Schedule: Is it really THAT important?

Wait! Before you stop reading because you think this is yet another yawn-inducing workout article that is going to make you feel bad that you don’t […]
November 18, 2020

Being an RA during a pandemic

This blog is a guest feature from resident assistant Thomas Levy, who details a little about his experience navigating the new landscape of being an RA […]
October 29, 2020

3 Steps to Creating a Culture of Wellness

Gone are the days where work is work and home is home. As people spend more and more time “at work,” it is critical that those […]
October 9, 2020

Wellness Center Groups for Fall 2020

The following is a list of new groups that are offered by the Wellness Center, Mental Health Services over the Fall 2020 semesters. If you don’t […]
September 3, 2020

Operation Changes in Dining Services

To better serve our student population, and with some loosening of the county El Paso County Health Department rules, we’re excited to announce the following changes […]