Periodically, students will encounter personal or academic emergencies which can exacerbate the normal stress of law school. In such situations, the Office for Student Affairs can offer a variety of services to assist students in adjusting to unforeseen circumstances. The Associate Dean for Student Affairs counsels students on some academic and personal matters; engages in crisis intervention where indicated; and frequently serves as a liaison in procuring support services for students with acute or chronic emotional and physical problems. The Associate Dean also provides academic advising to students regarding their selection of doctrinal courses, seminars, skills classes and experiential learning opportunities. The Associate Dean and Associate Director of Student Affairs work in conjunction with other University departments to procure appropriate accommodations for students with learning and physical disabilities. For more information about these and other services provided by the Office for Student Affairs, please stop by Suite 235 or contact 303-871-6184 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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