Want to be a University of Denver Pioneer?
Use the headers below to explore the opportunities and resources CME and its partners offer toward becoming a college student, staff or faculty member.
The DU Center for Multicultural Excellence's College Access and Pipeline Program works to develop college awareness for kindergarten through 6th grade low income, first generation, and historically underrepresented students (African American/Black, Native American, Latino/Latina) students. Our program also encourages 7-9th grade, from the same backgrounds, including LGBT, to excel academically and to pursue their college-going aspirations while developing their knowledge through group visits to DU and visits to their schools.
Click the links below for services and resources based on your current status:
K-12 students : for elementary, middle and high school students, families and school counselors to learn more about earning a college degree
Undergraduate and graduate students : interested in transferring for your bachelor's, or a master's (MA, MS, MSW, MFA, etc.), or a doctorate (EdD, PhD), beyond your bachelor's degree
Faculty & Staff
DU is also committed to recruiting, hiring and supporting the success of a diverse workforce; and CME supports this work across the campus. Individuals who are interested in employment opportunities should visit the DU jobs board, and consider participating in open-to-the-public campus events to learn about and begin building connections with the University community. See the Community page and our events calendars for CME-offered events.