Alumni, Supporters & Partners
A Space for Community
The Kennedy Mountain Campus is a space for all members of the DU community—alumni, parents, donors and supporters. Here, we will host reunions, weddings and family events, parties and fundraisers, and invite DU students past and present to experience the transformative power of nature and a holistic education.
The Kennedy Mountain Campus is one of the most unique, beautiful and distinct event spaces in the Rocky Mountains. Consider hosting your conference, symposium or retreat in this one-of-a-kind space.
More details on events at the Kennedy Mountain Campus are coming soon!
Join the Adventure
The Kennedy Mountain Campus transforms the student experience to meet the demands of an exciting future. In providing access to both an urban and mountain campus, we are creating a singular education rooted in the 4D Experience and uniquely positioning our students to discover their purpose and make a difference in the world.
Now is the time to invest in this initiative. Your support will aid in our vision to create an experience that enhances every DU student’s journey, while strengthening our commitment to fully fund the campus through private philanthropy.
Invest in the Mountain Campus, and help us develop a transformative education for our students today, tomorrow and for decades to come.
Donor Profile: Jim Kennedy
Jim Kennedy arrived in Colorado with a high school diploma and a penchant for adventure, and he left with a business degree and a lifelong passion for the outdoors. Read our profile to discover how his time at DU inspired him to support this exciting new campus.
Donor Profile: Andy & Barbara Taylor
Thanks to the generosity of Andy (BSBA ’70) and Barbara Taylor, generations of DU students will experience leadership development, exploration and community-building at the James C. Kennedy Mountain Campus. In recognition of their $20 million gift to fund programming and operations at the Kennedy Mountain Campus, DU has named the Andy and Barbara Taylor Upper Camp in their honor. The Taylor Upper Camp is the central, physical hub for all student living, dining and activity at the mountain campus.