Online Appointment Scheduling Available Now!

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We’ve been receiving requests to implement an online appointment scheduling system for some time now and we have been working with Symplicity to bring that request to life. We are pleased to announce that it is finally time to launch online appointment scheduling! To try and make this transition as easy as possible, we’ve included a tutorial below on how to schedule appointments using Symplicity.

Instructions (Symplicity Login Required):
To start making an appointment, log in to your Symplicity account and click on the ‘Request a Counseling Appointment’ button in the upper right corner.

You will be prompted to first select the type of appointment you are looking to have and then choose your parameters including date and time range.

The counselors available for the selected type of appointment will be listed. If you’re not sure who you want to meet with, hover over their names to see what their areas of specialization

You will be presented with available times and counselors.

Once you select a time slot, you can add notes and an attachment (like your resume or cover letter) before confirming the appointment request. You will receive confirmation from the system once your request is approved and also reminders for your appointment as the date approaches. Lastly, when you come in for your appointment, be sure to check in to the kiosk at the front desk to let your counselor know that you’ve arrived.

Please be aware that when scheduling an appointment online, it is a request so please make sure to keep a look out for a confirmation email. If you do not receive a confirmation email or have any other questions, please contact the CDO at or 303-871-6124.

Appointments can still be made in person, by phone, or by email as well. Simply walk into the CDO, call the front desk at 303-871-6124, or email

By Colin Lambert
Colin Lambert Business Intelligence Officer - Expertise in Symplicity as well as other technical areas, including social media and database management. Colin Lambert