The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus provides a diverse body of students with opportunities to enhance their lives, careers and research. Today, the university offers more than 130 programs in 13 schools and colleges at the undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and professional health levels.
Educating more than 14,000 students on our comprehensive campus in downtown Denver and more than 3,000 students in our research and advanced health care programs at the Anschutz Medical Campus, the University of Colorado Denver is one of the nation’s top public urban research universities.
Learn about the people at the university and how they create a diverse community of educators, students, alumni and health care providers.
The health and welfare of the city, state and region are the focus of centers and institutes at the university. These centers give students exposure to real-world issues and hands-on experience.
Periodically, the faculty and staff members of the university initiate new intellectual and creative efforts that are larger in scope than the usual ones. Typically, these are multi- or interdisciplinary projects involving a significant number of individuals from more than one department, school or college and are launched or supported by significant internal and external funding.
The university is supported by a dedicated and diverse team of more than 6,700 faculty and staff. Check out a wide range of employment opportunities.
Information about the Chancellor and executive team of the university.