Consider visiting the College of Arts & Media to learn more about our programs and facilities! There are many visit options available.
We encourage high school students to attend one of the LYNX National Arts & Media Camps! The LYNX Arts Camps are summer programs for high school students produced by the College of Arts & Media. The camps are designed to be previews of our college programs and are taught on campus by our faculty. The LYNX Camps are a great way for prospective students to learn more about us while having a fun camp experience meeting students from throughout the country who love the arts.
HOW TO APPLY
students must complete the University of Colorado Denver application to start
the admissions process. APPLY NOW to CU Denver!
The Undergraduate Admissions Office will waive the $50 application fee for anyone who attended one of the LYNX National Arts & Media Camp programs while in high school. Please contact Dave Walter at firstname.lastname@example.org if you attended one of the camp programs and would like a fee waiver.
Music: For those applying for a program in the Department of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS), additional music admission requirements must be met in addition to being admitted to CU Denver. Applicants are admitted to CU Denver as "Pre-Music" students. A student's major will be updated to "Music B.S." once the student is admitted to MEIS. Complete information about the MEIS Admissions Process can be found on our MEIS Admissions web page here. The MEIS Department will host three Open House events for admitted and prospective music students during the Spring Semester. More information and the RSVP form is available on our Visit CAM page.
Film & Television: Currently there are no additional admission requirements for admittance into the Film & Television Program other than being admitted to CU Denver.
Visual Arts: Applicants do not submit a portfolio when first applying to the Visual Arts Programs at CU Denver. Instead, many of the Visual Arts Programs (3D Digital Animation, Digital Design, Illustration, Painting & Drawing, and Photography) require a portfolio submission in order to move to upper level program courses. The portfolio is submitted after certain pre-portfolio program courses are completed. The portfolio submission generally happens after the first, second, or third semester at CU Denver depending on the program. Please contact us if you have any questions.
LEARN MORE: Undergraduate Admissions | Graduate Student Admissions
TUITION & FEES
Tuition and fees are
established by the CU Board of Regents are are subject to change at any time.
Contact the Bursar’s Office if you have questions regarding tuition and/or
fees. Use the university’s
cost of attendance estimator to learn the total cost of your program.
The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Program enables students from states in the Western U.S. to attend CU Denver at a discounted rate. The WUE program makes CU Denver a wonderful value for students who qualify.
The university offers
many options to help students with the cost of attending school, such as
financial aid, work-study, grants and scholarships. Please take some time to
explore the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office site to learn about options
that may be available to you.
LEARN MORE: Bursar’s Office | Financial Aid and Scholarship Office
The are many scholarships available to CU Denver students based on application information. You will be notified if you qualify for one of these scholarships after you are admitted. Make sure to complete the FAFSA and list CU Denver on the FAFSA. In addition to
scholarships that may be available to all CU Denver students, the College of
Arts & Media offers a number of scholarship opportunities specifically for
prospective and current CAM students.
The majority of
scholarship applications are facilitated through the Scholarship Resource
Office and the CU Denver online student portal.
LEARN MORE: CAM Scholarships | All Scholarships
is something we pride ourselves in. At the College of Arts & Media you can
expect to be immersed in experiences that either get you out of the classroom
and into the field or in opportunities where we bring the industry experts to
you. We encourage all of our students to actively seek internships that
complement their academic experiences and we’ve established a wonderful
partnership with the Experiential Learning Center to support these efforts.
CAM students have
interned with Disney Pixar, for major television series and NBC Universal and
recording studios in Denver and beyond. A list of companies where our students have interned is available on our website here.
LEARN MORE: CAM Internships | Experiential Learning Center
The University of
Colorado Denver offers student housing for students who want to live and learn
in the Mile High City. Housing and dining at Campus Village gives students a
convenient option for living just minutes away from our classrooms and facilities.
LEARN MORE: Campus Village
Denver Today: Campus Village welcomes 700
For additional information email: CAMInfo@ucdenver.edu