The Graduate School was originally part of the system-wide Graduate School of the University of Colorado founded in 1892. In 1999, the system-wide Graduate School was dissolved and independent graduate schools were established. The schools at the Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus were consolidated into a single University of Colorado Denver Graduate School in 2009.
Distinguished faculty are drawn from all the university's schools and colleges. The consolidated Graduate School currently consists of 28 PhD programs, an EdD program, and 30 master's programs, which combined enroll more than 2,000 students. Graduates from these programs assume leadership roles in academia, business, government, industry, education, and many professions.
The UC Denver Graduate School’s mission, vision and values statement that defines the school’s purpose.
The University of Colorado Denver Graduate School commitment to diversity and equality statement and information.
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding information on types of degrees offered, location of the Graduate School on the Denver and Anschutz Medical Campuses, advising and campus tours.
Contact information for the UC Denver Anschutz Medical Campus and Denver Campus Graduate School offices.