"At the University of Denver, we believe that the finest intellectual climate is one that welcomes and involves many different kinds of people. A family-friendly campus enriches the diversity of the University Community by facilitating the engagement of students, faculty, and staff who benefit from child care, elder care, and other family services. Fostering excellence at DU includes helping families make the most of quality assistance and resources to successfully balance scholarship, professional responsibilities, and care-giving."
Chancellor Robert Coombe
Caring for our families is a growing challenge for faculty, staff members, and students. Those who are parents or guardians want to insure the healthy growth and development of their children. Those with aging parents or relatives hope to provide comfort, companionship, and quality medical care for them. Many at DU fulfill both of these needs for their loved ones.Child Care and Family Resources is a website dedicated to the needs of DU caregivers. Our priority is to provide resources and services that strengthen and support families of students, faculty, and staff.
FAMILY ACTIVITIES AT DU AND IN THE METRO DENVER AREA
The University Community hosts several events that appeal to the whole family throughout the year. For detailed information about happenings at DU, visit http://ducal.du.edu/ and select among a variety of calendars.
There are several great resource for families in the metro Denver area. The website Coloradokids.com has an activity guide that lists after-school activities, arts for kids, fun things to do, sports programs, and summer and winter fun activities. Coloradokids.com also provides coupons that you can print to save money on admission tickets and services.
About.com also has a useful family activity guide that includes attractions, museums, and summer camps. Another website, goCityKids, lists concerts, exhibits, films, storytelling, workshops, and other activities. Denver.org provides information about kid-friendly events and theme tours such as Elitch Gardens, Heritage Square, and Tiny Town.