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We'll Pound the Pavement to Find the Perfect Opportunity.
You're working hard enough hitting the books. Lean on us to help you find the kinds of real-world experiences that will pay off in your professional future.
The Experiential Learning Center (ELC) is committed to working closely with students, faculty, employers and community partners to provide quality experiential learning opportunities that enhance academic learning, integrate theory and practice, and promote professional development and active citizenship.
Surround Yourself With All the Mile-High City Has to Offer.
Our campus is located in the heart of downtown Denver and is close to all Mile-High City has to offer including Sports Authority Field at Mile-High, The Pepsi Center, Coors Field, Elitch Gardens Amusement Park, Denver Center For Performing Arts, 16th Street Mall and much, much more!
Incoming freshman are required to live at Campus Village. Our apartment complex offers all the amenities of a residence hall with an incredible floor plan!
Going Above the Ordinary Sometimes Means Crossing Continents.
A rapidly changing and global world demands experienced understanding of different cultures and the world. Global Education/Study Abroad serves CU Denver students, faculty and staff with access to quality international programs and opportunities that suit the needs and constraints of CU Denver students. Studying abroad means sharpening your language skills, exploring other cultures, and learning more about yourself.
Make Yourself at Home on Campus and in the City.
Call us for a personal tour of the many facilities that will be part of
your university experiences.
center of campus activity—the historic Tivoli Student Union, which
includes our bookstore, a food court, game rooms, coffee shop, credit
unions, and cozy lounges for studying. Stroll
along the tree-lined walkways of the Auraria Campus—the name for the
combined educational site we share with two other higher education
See for yourself how short the walk is to attractions such as the Pepsi Center, Sports Authority Field at Mile-High, Elitch Gardens Amusement Park, the Denver Center for Performing Arts, the 16th Street Mall Shopping District, the State Capitol, and so much more!
Guided campus tours are offered Monday through Friday beginning at 10:45 am and 2:45 pm. Get a close look at our unique campus facilities and setting, including Campus Village Apartments. Information sessions are held every weekday at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm and are an optional part of the tour experience. Learn about our programs, services, and admissions processes.
Schedule your visit through your MyUCDenver prospective student portal account. If you have applied for admission or otherwise created your MyUCDenver account, just log in and select the "Visit CU" tab, then click "Register for an Event" or create an account to learn more about campus visits and tours. Need help? Please call 303-556-2704.
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Prepare For Your Professional Future.
The professional staff of our Career Center
works year-round with current CU Denver students and alumni in areas such as assessing career paths and searching for employment. The Career Center also hosts multiple job fairs throughout the year.
Learn By listening—and Questioning.
Our Distinguished Lecture Series regularly brings prestigious speakers to campus. Previous speakers have included President Barack Obama, David Horowitz, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, and Malcolm X's daughter Ilyasah Shabazz. The series gives you the chance to learn directly from some of the leading cultural critics, entertainment gurus, business barons, and political powerplayers.
Stimulate Your Intellectual Environment!
The University Honors and Leadership (UHL) program is the University of
Colorado Denver’s university-wide undergraduate honors program, offering
both a traditional academic honors curriculum and an honors program in
Learn the Latest From the Best.
Our faculty members bring extensive educational backgrounds and real-world experiences into the classroom. Four out of five full-time faculty hold doctoral degrees. Some have earned the world's most prestigious teaching awards, including Fulbright Scholarships and Guggenheim Fellowships. Many are actively engaged in their fields working as consultants, creating works of art, and studying contemporary social issues. Their fresh perspectives ensure that you'll be learning exactly what you need to make it in your chosen profession.
At the University of Colorado Denver, students consistently rank overall instruction as above average to excellent. Our student-faculty ratio averages 15-to-1, one of the best ratios of any public university in the West. Our classes are small enough for you to express your opinion while interacting personally with your instructors and classmates.
Get The Support You Need to Succeed.
Maybe you know exactly what you want to do with your life, or maybe there are many careers that trigger your curiosity. Either way, we'll create opportunities to help you learn about lots of subjects and explore many possibilities. Our programs and support services will help you find your way—whichever path you choose. Discover why CU Denver is ranked 34th on Forbes Magazine's Public Colleges List.
- Community Counseling Center: The
CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center provides mental
health counseling services to the CU Denver student body as well as the
Denver Metro community.
- Disability Resources: The Disability Resources and Services Office is the designated office
that maintains disability-related records, determines eligibility for
academic accommodations, determines reasonable accommodations and
develops plans for the provision of such accommodations for students
attending the university.
- Educational Opportunity Programs: provides a range of services for underrepresented students including mentoring,
tutoring, leadership development, and information about various campus
- Health Center: provides reasonably priced medical services that support the well-being
of the Auraria community, and the personal and academic development of
students. We are composed of physicians, physician assistants, nurse
practitioners, health educators, support staff and administrative
- Learning Resource Center: The Learning Resources Center (LRC) is designed to promote student success, retention, and graduation in the academic setting.
- MERC Lab:The MERC Lab is a resource center for all students who are enrolled in a math course (regardless of the course level).
- Writing Center: The Writing Center provides one-on-one assistance to undergraduate students.
The Office of Student Life puts on
events, runs student clubs, facilitates sports teams (go Lynx!), advises on
student health insurance, creates volunteer opportunities, gathers
resources for students, runs the PAL program and posts pictures of you and
all your friends from the events we encourage you to attend! We invite you to check us out! We're all about student involvement on campus!