New Volunteer Sign Up Process

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the University of Colorado Hospital. Volunteers play an important and meaningful role in providing care to patients and their loved ones. We hope you find your experience here to be valuable and worthwhile.

Our volunteer program offers a variety of opportunities for service in our hospital to men and women, ages 14 and up. Our needs vary according to specific department. View a list of current opportunities here. We try to match a volunteer with their interests to make sure it is a positive experience for both the volunteer and the hospital. Volunteer assignments can be arranged to fit your schedule, however, we do ask for at least a one year commitment.

New Volunteer Online Orientation is provided below for you to access required information necessary to begin volunteering with University of Colorado Hospital. Steps 1- 8 need to be completed before moving onto placement and in-person orientation.
New volunteers should begin the application/orientation process here!

Step One: Complete the online application

Step Two: Download the Reference form and send it to two individuals to complete and return to us.

Step Three: Watch this video, please go to this link:

Step Four: Read the University of Colorado Volunteer Handbook

Step Five: Log into your account and complete the Online Orientation trainings (2) with the associated quizzes and the HIPAA training.

Step Six: Log into your account and read and complete the following Agreements:
  • Handbook and PowerPoint acknowledgement form
  • Dress Code
  • Confidentiality Agreement
  • Uniform and Badge Policy

    Step Seven: Request an in-person interview.
     Email: Subject: Request for an in-person interview.

    Step Eight: Set-up in-person orientation and department training. Background check for those 18 and older will be completed at in-person interview.

    **Disclaimer: If this process is not completed within 30 days, we reserve the right to remove your application from our records and discontinue the process.