Virtual Visits

As we navigate the challenge of the COVID-19 outbreak, we're determined to give prospective graduate students the opportunity to explore their programs remotely. We understand that this is a challenging time for planning your education, and it's important to us that you have access to the type of information you need to make your choices. To help, we've collected a variety of resources for prospective graduate students that will allow you to learn about our academic offerings, talk with faculty and current students and learn about DU's graduate experience.

Explore our campus from the comfort of your home with our virtual tour.


Find Virtual Resources

Find your program below and explore the virtual resources they're offering for prospective graduate students.

School Virtual Resources
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science
Daniels College of Business

DU-Iliff Joint Program

Email to learn more.

Graduate School of Professional Psychology Email to learn more.
Graduate School of Social Work

Josef Korbel School of International Studies

Morgridge College of Education

Sturm College of Law

University College


  • photo of Ritchie School building

    The home of the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science, our STEM building officially opened in 2016.

  • photo of campus

    As a student, you'll likely visit University Hall and Mary Reed Building, the latter of which is the home of the Office of Graduate Education.

  • photo of community members sitting on campus grass

    Community members gathering on the DU campus for an event.

  • photo of students on campus

    Our students enjoy leisurely walks around the scenic parts of campus.

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    Our campus provides vistas of the Rocky Mountains and the surrounding area.