CU Denver and Auraria Campus will be closing at 3:30 P.M., Wednesday, January 19, due to inclement weather. Remote classes will continue as normal the rest of the day. Any in-person lab/studio/class that occurs at 3:30 p.m. is canceled. For example, an in-person class that runs from 3 to 4 p.m. is canceled in its entirety. Any in-person classes beginning at 3:30 p.m. or later today are canceled. Any faculty or staff working on-campus can depart at 3:30 p.m.. For updates on weather-related delays/closures for Thursday, January 20, call 1-877-556-3637 or visit visit ahec.edu/campus-announcements after 5:30 A.M.
We believe you’ve got potential. The right degree can turn that potential into so much more—gain knowledge and educational experiences while preparing for your future career.
CU Denver offers challenging classes and supportive professors in a vibrant city setting. Our downtown Denver location makes us different from other colleges. It connects us with local businesses and cultural organizations. It is also convenient for students who commute to school or work nearby. Additionally, our location enables us to collaborate with Colorado companies headquartered downtown. These alliances often benefit our graduates entering the workforce.
We have an inclusive campus community that attracts students of all ages and backgrounds. With 49% first-generation college students and 42% students of color making up our student body, we are the most diverse research university in Colorado.
Explore our departments and majors to find your degree. Come visit our unique campus and meet our dedicated students. Talk to our talented professors and helpful staff. We want you to choose the best college—for you.
Find out how CU Denver and our students help make Denver the best destination in the state.
Spring '22: Jan. 3, 2022
Summer '22: May 27, 2022
Fall '22: July 31, 2022
Average ACT: 23.2 Composite
Average SAT: 554 Math, 559 Verbal
Average GPA: 3.5
Get admissions requirements, application instructions, and deadline checklists by clicking on one of the categories below.
For first-time, transfer, and returning students
For students who have taken college classes at another institution, including students who have earned an associate’s degree and returning students
For students who want to pursue a degree online or enroll in remote classes exclusively
For students who have already earned an undergraduate degree and want to enroll in a master’s or PhD program
For students applying from countries outside the United States
For high school students, professionals looking for CEUs, lifelong learners, ESL students, and anyone who is interested in taking college classes but does not need a college degree
For professionals who want to advance their careers or learn a new skill
The University does not condone high pressure recruitment tactics for the recruiting of any students, specifically those receiving federal funds or military/Service members. The University will not engage in harassing, multiple unsolicited contacts by phone, e-mail, or in person for purposes of recruitment. The University trains its admissions counselors to not engage in high pressure recruitment tactics.