Athletics Diversity & Community Relations
Contact: Cindy Nagai, Director of Student-Athlete Support Services
Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning
CCESL is committed to serving the Public Good by engaging students, faculty, and staff in applied learning and civic action within local and global communities. Many of the programs within the Center focus upon engaging DU students in underserved neighborhoods around Denver and the world.
Diversity Action Team (Student Life)
Represents the Division's multilayered commitment to Inclusive Excellence. This group serves as a resource to our colleagues in the division as we help identify tangible ways to implement diversity and excellence in to our work and practice.
Contact: Dr Niki Latino, Executive Director, Academic Resources
Equal Opportunity & ADA Compliance
EO/ADA Compliance works to prevent discrimination and harassment through consultation and education and to correct problems when they occur. Contact us for information on prevention, and/or to discuss your options, including filing an informal or formal complaint, and/or if you have concerns about possible discrimination or harassment.
DU Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarships
The vision of DULCCES is to provide a center where Latino faculty, students and community partners can work together to evolve into ethical and responsible participants in a pluralistic, interdependent and multicultural society. In so doing, we will be better prepared to address the needs of Latino communities while also upholding and respecting their values.
The Office of Financial Aid works with each admitted student to make DU affordable. We offer both merit- and need-based aid to help students fund their tuition and living expenses. Your financial aid package may include a mix of federal, state and institutional grants, loans and scholarships. Most packages are renewable throughout your four years at DU if you continue to meet eligibility requirements. Each year, DU awards more than $42 million in financial assistance to undergraduates.
The Office of Financial Aid is the primary source of and assistance with funding your education at DU. Parents and students should contact the office of Financial Aid for information on funding a college education including financial aid forms, scholarships, grants, loans and other forms.
Hillel at the University of Denver invites you to be part of a Jewish community filled with celebration, learning and creativity. Hillel is your Jewish resource center on campus. Hillel’s student-run committees develop a variety of programs to meet the needs of a diverse Jewish community on campus: Shabbat and holiday observances, community service/tzedek, Israel education, Holocaust Awareness Week, social, cultural, musical, Jewish education, and leadership development. We welcome all Jewish students, regardless of affiliation or background. We welcome non-Jewish students who are interested in learning more about Judaism.
Human Resources is here to support you in your employment and work at the University of Denver. We can answer your questions about benefits, employment, professional development and effectiveness – or point you in the right direction. We hope you will take advantage of the professional opportunities and personal rewards that working at DU offers. The DU HR is committed to fostering a community of excellence through strategic leadership and service of the highest quality.
Social Justice Living Learning Community
The SJLLC is designed for students committed to the study and practice of social justice and ethics. Our goal is to equip students to bring about positive social change. DU Social Justice students study the history and underlying foundations of ethics and justice. They learn how people have created social change. And they seek to create a better world.
Office of Undergraduate Admission
Every fall, the Office of Admission welcomes a competitive and diverse first-year class students. We view diversity as an essential component of educational excellence for all students. This blending of lives, different in many dimensions is what makes DU such a dynamic institution. If you'd like to join next year's class, it's time to get started. Begin by getting to know us better. Meet some of our faculty and students. Visit our campus and sample a class.
Contact: Miriam Tapia, Executive Director, Diversity Enrollment & Community Partnerships
Contact: Wahhab Carter, Associate Director, Diversity Enrollment
DU's Ombuds provides confidential and informal assistance to anyone having a problem with or within the University. Please remember that e-mail is not appropriate for confidential conmmunications. Due to the confidential, informal, impartial and independent function of the Ombuds Office, communication with this office does not constitute notice to the University.
Contact: Jenna Brown
Physical Office: Academic Offices Annex, 2400 So. Gaylord St
Mailing address: 2199 S. University Blvd. Denver CO 80208-4800
Tel: +1 303.871.4712
Fax: +1 303.871.2748
USG Diversity Committee
The Diversity Committee is a part of the Undergraduate Student Government and has been allocated a set amount of funds set-aside yearly from the Student Activity Fee. Its purpose is to promote the cause of certain campus community members whose voices are not being heard, as well as to promote a campus community that is welcoming to everyone. Diverse organizations are encouraged to fill out applications.
Volunteers In Partnership (VIP)
The VIP program partners with Denver West High School faculty, staff, and parents in order to motivate students to complete high school, prepare them for further education and help them facilitate the transition from high school to higher education.
Colorado Women's College of the University of Denver
The Colorado Women’s College offers undergraduate degrees in business, communication, law and society, and information technology studies in a weekend and evening format. Our curriculum is that of the University of Denver, taught by University faculty and adjuncts, and delivered in a manner conducive to the learning and life needs of adult women. Our students spans five generations, with an average age of 39. Approximately 34% of our students identify themselves as women of color. While a very diverse community, these women share the commonality of being serious learners.