The College of Nursing is monitoring the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and taking proactive measures in accordance with local and national guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our community. We will continue to update this webpage as new information becomes available.


If you need to be seen or have health questions, please visit our Patient Care pages:

COVID-19 Nursing Education Program Contact

Other Nursing Education Programs wishing to learn more about COVID-19 logistics and operations ‘lessons learned’ from the CU College of Nursing, please contact Dr. Scott Harpin at

Community COVID Education Series

Scott Harpin is working with the Colorado Emergency Operations Center surge planning to consult on workforce needs. This is a basic orientation for preparedness to assist in reducing the spread, recognizing signs/symptoms, and managing the virus as well as fears associated with it while at home. Topics include – Prevention, stay at home; Home and planning prevention; Am I sick? I’m sick, for sure; I’m getting better, not sick any more.

Campus Resources / Updates:

  • Online CU Nursing Student
  • Great News for our CU Nursing Students and Alums. Governor Polis Clears Way for Students
  • The CU Anschutz Student Food Pantry has gone virtual! Case Managers are available to all currently enrolled students experiencing food insecurity. Simply reach out here and a Case Manager will help you navigate resources. For in-person alternatives close to you, please reach out to the Food Bank of the Rockies as they update their distribution sites daily.
  • Anschutz Health and Wellness Center's new Wellness Resources page is updated daily with videos, blogs, articles, recipes and tips in the areas of physical activity and fitness, mental wellbeing and nutrition, all from our various experts/team members. Highlights include at-home video workouts, Mindful Monday videos with our psychologist Dr. Liz Chamberlain, recipes (cooking videos are coming), and free access to the Les Mills online group exercise class catalog.
  • Student Support Group - Helping build connections during this difficult time, this support group is led by psychologist Noa Heiman Tuesdays and Fridays 12-1pm. Email to register. You do not need to be a patient to participate and no commitment to a certain number of meetings. This is a non-clinical group and anyone can join.
  • ADHD Skills Group - This group meets Fridays 12-1pm. Registration required:

Mental Health Resources: