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Campus Resource Centers

As the cultural hub of western Colorado, Colorado Mesa University values a respectful and safe campus culture, free of violence, abuse and intimidation or discrimination. The following CMU initiatives help us meet these standards.

Cultural Diversity Board
The student-led Cultural Diversity Board strives to promote and support the ethnic and cultural groups on campus by providing educational resources and support services.
Phone: 970.248.1664
Location: Second floor of the University Center

Diversity, Advocacy and Health
Phone: 970.248.1765
Location: Albers Hall

Educational Access Services
Educational Access Services collaborates with students, faculty, staff and community members to create an accessible higher education community.
Phone: 970.248.1856
Location: Houston Hall, Room 108

MAVrides is a student-operated organization that offers FREE rides to CMU students on Fridays and Saturdays from 9pm to 3am.
Phone: 970.248.2222

Mentoring Program
CMU's professional mentors actively engage students of all backgrounds and help them work through the challenges that they will face in their college career, in and out of the classroom.
Phone: 970.248.1765
Location: Albers Hall

Safe Walk Program

CMU offers a Safe Walk Program designed to provide safe travel around campus for students, faculty and staff. Trained Campus Safety Assistants (CSAs) are available to walk you safely anywhere on the main campus and up to two blocks off-campus. This service is available daily from 6pm-2am. To contact a CSA, call 970.260.2683.

Safe Zone Program
Through education, advocacy, visibility and skill development, the Safe Zone Program emphasizes the importance of creating a non-judgmental and non-biased space for students to express concerns they are experiencing in their lives.

Student Services
Phone: 970.248.1366
Location: Lowell Heiny Hall, Room 107