The Driscoll Student Center is home to numerous organizations and departments. Whether you're interested in a Living and Learning Community, a student run organization like DUPB, or one of DU's media outlets (the Clarion, KXDU), there's something here for everyone! Driscoll Student Center has you covered when it comes to helping you get involved and finding where you belong.
On the North Side
The DU Programming Board is the place to get involved with planning major student activities, traditions, concerts, and events throughout the year. From comedians to May Days and Winter Carnival, DUPB plans and orchestrates it all.
The Clarion is DU's oldest student newspaper and serves as the official student newspaper of the university. Providing students with campus and worldwide news, the Clarion aims to be a newspaper written by students for students. Check out their website if you're interested in some of their pieces, and the potential to write for this great student organization.
Center for Multicultural Excellence
The Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) is the campus center that continuously challenges the DU community to create a campus climate that ensures all of its members are valued, supported, and thrive by embracing and engaging our social identities. Stay up to date with their initiatives and events on their website below.
Offices of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence
The offices of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence are the places to get involved on campus. From Student Activities to Student Conduct, these offices are treasure troves of knowledge on life outside the classroom. For a list of all the offices within Student Life, visit their website.
Office of Student Engagement
The Office of Student Engagement can easily connect any student with campus opportunities like student organizations, leadership development, campus events and traditions. Even if you are interested in creating new clubs, initiatives, or student organizations, this office can help you every step of the way. For additional information about their services, visit their website.
Want to check out something new? Maybe a concert, a museum, a theater performance, or a sporting event? Look no further than Explore Denver. Explore Denver is the place to get discounted tickets for cultural, educational, sporting, and recreational events in the Denver area.
Parent and Family Relations
Parent and Family relations is committed to engaging parents and family through communication and support.
Student Conduct Office
The Office of Student Conduct is here to uphold students to community values and the Honor Code. The Office of Student Conduct provides programs and services designed to foster a safe and positive learning environment.
On the South Side
KXDU is the university's own student run and operated radio station. Featuring entertaining shows and great music throughout the school year, KXDU is a phenomenal place to listen and catch up on current DU events and listen to fellow Pioneers impart their wisdom upon the masses.
Living and Learning Community Offices
Living and Learning Communities emphasize community engagement, residential living, and a strong focus on specific academics to each community. Within DU's community, there are several Living and Learning Communities: Creativity and Entrepreneurship, Environmental Sustainability, Social Justice, Wellness, and International.
Living and Learning Community Website
Pioneer Leadership Program
The Pioneer Leadership Program (PLP) has been developing the leadership skills of some of the University of Denver's most talented undergraduate students since 1995. PLP is a unique academic minor and a Living and Learning Community at the University of Denver that emphasizes leadership ignited by community, curiosity, courage, and action.
Each year the Pioneer Leadership Program selects 88 incoming students who are ready to embrace the ever-increasing challenges of our world. PLP is a transformational learning experience that combines course work, a residential community, civic engagement, and professional networks to equip 21st century citizen leaders. Through the study and practice of leadership, you will acquire the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to become an effective, collaborative leader in whatever field you choose.
Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and Chaplain Gary Brower are here to encourage interfaith conversation, discussion, and experience. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life aims to help you find your place among the DU crowd, by helping you find or even create your own faith-driven community.
Religious and Spiritual Life Website
Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning
The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning helps DU community members contribute to DU's vision of being a great university for the public good. This includes service, civic development, community-engaged scholarship and community-engaged learning. To find out more on how to get involved, visit their website.
Academic Advising is here to help you with your success as a student. Be proactive in you educational career and come visit early during your time at DU. Academic Advising is here to help with major/minor advising and research, graduation planning, identifying campus resources, time management, and more. Come visit if you have any questions about your academic path.
Academic Advising Website
Career Services is here to help you prepare for your life after DU! Whether this be help with a resume, cover letter, interview questions, or your portfolio, the Career Center has you covered. They can even help you narrow down career prospects upon graduation. Check back often for new internship and job listings.
The Bookstore is the place to prepare for classes. The Bookstore has all the text books, paper, pens, notebooks and other school supplies you need to succeed. Additionally, you can find great quality clothing, gadgets, and technology accessories there.