Your DU Community

Parents and families are encouraged to become involved with the University of Denver not just as witness to your child(s) experience, but also as donors and volunteers. There are many opportunities for you to take an active role in our diverse and vibrant University community. Find the place that best fits you.

University of Denver Parents Program
The Parents Program, which is part of the Division of Student Life, partners with parents and family members in supporting the student experience at DU. The Parents Program facilitates communication and acts as a liaison between the University and parent community. For more information on the DU Parents Program and the Parents Association Council please click here.

Parent Leadership Council
This advocacy and advisory board is composed of dedicated University of Denver parents who want to take an active role in advancing the academic and student experience. Members serve as ambassadors on behalf of the University to foster a sense of community among their peers, with the ultimate goal of creating a philanthropic community among current and past DU parents. For more information on the Parent Leadership Council please click here

Career Services
The University of Denver has many opportunities for you and your company to get involved whether it is providing internship and/or job opportunities to DU students and alumni, or through the Pioneer Career Network. Your career experience and expertise can be a valuable resource in providing the best opportunities for our students. Contact Jane Mall, Director of Employer Relations, at: 303.871.2694 or jane.mall@du.edu

DU on the Road
To stay connected with the DU community throughout the country the University hosts events and gatherings for alumni, parents & friends at many locations. If you would like to assist the University by hosting or helping at an event in your area please contact the Office of Parent & Family Giving at 303.871.6623 or parent.fund@du.edu

 

 

 

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