The University of Denver is a premier private institution in the heart of the Rocky Mountain West. Small classes taught by professors who are leaders in their field, a focus on experiential learning, top-ranked study abroad programs and a strong and supportive alumni base help students build the foundations they need to create the kinds of lives and careers that lead to big impacts and positive changes. Welcome to DU.
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Pioneer Prep Student
The Pioneer Prep Leadership Institutes are three-day courses, built around diversity, that give high school juniors and seniors the chance to learn about college access and career planning.
Our Non-Degree option allows students to pursue topics they’re passionate about, bolster their skillsets and advance in their career without going through the entire formal application process.
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100+ 100+ undergraduate academic programs
11:1 11:1 student-faculty ratio
$168m $168 million+ in annual undergraduate financial aid
Whether you're looking to start a career as an entrepreneur, artist, scientist or anything in between, we have a program that will help you explore your passion. Small classes mean you'll receive individual attention from your professors, and because we devote over $350,000 per year to undergraduate research, you'll be encouraged to make original contributions to your field.
Combine that with unmatched opportunities to study abroad and internship opportunities, and you have a college experience that puts you more than a step ahead of the pack.
Design your DU viewbook and take the next step to discover where your path can take you.
Experiences at DU
From rock climbing and hiking to fighting climate change and promoting diversity, you're sure to find friends to join you. Choose from 120+ student organizations and pursue your interests while taking in the natural beauty of Denver and Colorado.
Expand your horizons with any of our 120 programs in 50+ countries around the world. Over 75 percent of DU students study abroad as undergraduates, bringing home experiences and perspectives that shape their lives.
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy
The University of Denver admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Clery Disclosure Act
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, the University of Denver prepares and distributes an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, which includes required disclosures of crime and fire statistical data for the previous three years. The report also contains disclosures regarding institutional policies, procedures and programs concerning campus safety and security. The University makes available an electronic version of the report here and a paper copy upon request to the Division of Campus Safety.
Drug-Free Workplace Act
The University promotes a healthy and safe educational, professional, and residential community where drugs and alcohol do not interfere with individual performance, personal success, public safety or the integrity of the learning environment. Compliance with the federal requirements under the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act and Drug Free Workplace is available here.
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