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足球直播比分Our campus gives you access to a wealth of academic resources, an active social community and connections to professional opportunities in Denver. An intimate campus matched with a comfortable residential environment makes it a great place not just to study, but to live.

Please note: All in-person visit programs have been canceled until further notice. 
Up-to-date information on COVID-19 and the DU campus can be found on  or at http://www.visoka-sola.com/coronavirus.

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First-Year Information Session (Virtual)

A DU Admission Counselor will discuss academics, campus life and the application and financial aid processes for first-year students. You'll also get to know some current students and their experiences and perspectives. 

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Transfer Information Session (Virtual)

If you've been admitted to DU as a transfer student, of if you're thinking of applying to transfer, we encourage you to join a transfer information session.

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Student-led Virtual Tour (Virtual)

足球直播比分We'll take you around DU and tell you about our academic programs, housing options, study abroad opportunities, the student experience and more - from the comfort of your own home!

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Self-Guided Tour (In-Person)

足球直播比分If you're visiting the Denver area, you're welcome to explore DU's stunning grounds and surrounding neighborhoods with our Self-Guided Tour option. Please note that access inside of campus buildings is limited to current students, faculty and staff only at this time. 

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Chat with a First-Year Admission Counselor (Virtual)

Are you a current high school student with questions about applying to DU as a first-year applicant? We look forward to speaking with you one-on-one!

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Chat with an International Admission Counselor (Virtual)

足球直播比分If you'll be applying to DU as an international student, we have a team of experts who are here to help. 

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Chat with a Transfer Admission Counselor (Virtual)

Are you interested in learning more about the transfer admission process at DU, or do you have questions about transferring? Let's connect!

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Explore more - whenever, wherever.

Our Virtual Resources allow you to learn more about DU academic and student life and get a glimpse of the campus - whenever you want, and from wherever you may be!

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Journey To and Through DU

Live virtual events to connect you with departments, faculty and resources across campus.

  • Racial Microaggressions on College Campuses: A Sociological Approach

    Wednesday, August 5 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. MDT

    Racial microaggressions are brief indignities that occur when someone says or does something that signals that a person of color doesn’t belong. In this session, Dr. Casey Stockstill will help us unpack what racial microaggressions are, why they happen on college campuses, and the impacts that they have on individuals and communities. Along the way, you will learn how sociologists analyze human behavior.

  • Handling Differences in Personal Relationships

    Tuesday, August 11 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. MDT

    Join Dr. Howard Markman as he draws on highlights from his favorite DU Undergraduate course, Couples Therapy and Relationship Education, to demonstrate the research-based interactional patterns associated with problems in relationships. You’ll discover a few simple-to-learn, but difficult-to-use skills that help people communicate effectively about important feelings and common relationship issues.

  • Student Support and Access at DU: The Learning Effectiveness Program and Disabilities Services Program

    Wednesday, August 12 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. MDT

    At the University of Denver, there are many resources designed to assist our current students with their specific needs. Two of these programs - the Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) and the Disability Services Program (DSP) – will be featured in this webinar. LEP provides individualized support for neurodivergent learners, while DSP is dedicated to giving students with documented disabilities an equitable opportunity to participate in the University’s programs, courses, services and activities. These programs often work together to give students the tools they need to succeed at DU and beyond. 

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We're eager to welcome you back to campus soon.

If you're hoping to visit DU in person, please check back on this Visit page regularly! We'll let you know as soon as we're once again able to offer on-campus tours and events. 

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Additional Details

  • Directions & Logistics

    Find your way to campus, arrange a hotel, and learn about transportation options. We'll tell you what to expect for your visit, what to bring, and suggest what to do while you're in Denver. 

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  • For graduate students

    足球直播比分If you're considering joining us as a graduate student or you've already been admitted, we hope you'll take the time to visit our campus. Because our campus tours are geared toward undergraduate students, most of the information may not be directly relevant to you. But it's still a great chance to explore campus and get to know the neighborhood.

    Register for a Tour

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Meet DU from the comfort of home.

足球直播比分Our counselors enjoy meeting prospective students from all over the country and the world. Find out what virtual events we'll be participating in next.

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