The Business School at CU Denver has a team of academic graduate advisors that are available to assist students from the preliminary inquiry all the way to graduation.
Advisors meet with prospective and current students to discuss the various degree programs that the Business School offers. One of our primary goals is to help s students succeed in their chosen program.
In recognition of the busy schedules that students keep, we provide a variety of ways to connect with us:
- Thirty-minute appointments that can be conducted via phone or in person.
- Appointments are available Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (The last available appointment begins at 4:00.) To schedule an appointment, please call 303-315-8200.
- Advising by email can be done by sending your advising question to Grad.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our FAQ for information about the program. If your question is not answered there, please contact advising to schedule an appointment.
Policies and Procedures
Please see the Course Catalog (here is the link to the current 2013-14 School year) for policies and procedures.
The graduation process starts when you are admitted. Advisors give
you support along the way so that you get the most from your education.
For requirements, please refer to the course catalog for the year you were admitted. if you have any questions, please contact graduate advising.
Advising during the Admissions Process
If you have specific admission questions, please contact our admissions team by calling 303-315-8200 or emailing email@example.com.
Newly Admitted Student Information Packet
As a new student, you will want to know what steps you take to get started, from getting your official degree plan to registering for classes. Download our packet which walks you through the processes.
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Graduate classes as a non-degree student
Are you interested in learning about taking classes as a non-degree student. Click here for information and to find out if your eligible.