Deposited Students

It's time to get started

If you've committed to joining us at DU, congratulations! You're about to begin a transformational life journey and create your 4D Experience with our full support. To help you set off on the trail, we've collected all the tasks and resources you'll need to start your college career on the right foot. 

Parents & Family

Your parents will want to keep up on information about events, campus safety, important dates and travel. Share this information with your parents so that they have all the resources they need to support, encourage and prepare you for college life. Feel free to contact us if you have questions.

Important Information

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Academic Information

We provide academic advising for all students to help you identify your goals and give you the support you need to achieve them. We just need you to send your final high school transcripts and take the language and math placement exams before you register for classes so we can get started.

Explore Academics


Discoveries Orientation takes place the week before fall classes start, and is your introduction to our campus community. You'll be able to meet your classmates, move into your first-year residence hall, learn more about DU's values and traditions, explore Denver and the DU campus, connect with on-campus resources, and more! At the end of the week, you'll be well prepared to transition into and make the most of your DU experience. 

Learn about orientation

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International student resources

We have all the information you need about housing, tuition and language testing.

Information for International Students


Important Dates

Ready to begin your journey to DU? We have a helpful list of the dates you'll need to know before you join us. It includes information on financial aid, orientation, health records, academics and more. Plus, parents can keep track of everything they need to do to assist.

Check the calendar

Class Registration

The courses you take in your first year at the University of Denver will give you tools and experiences to help you clearly define your interests and goals while building a sound foundation of skills and knowledge for advanced study. Fall 2022 advising and registration will take place over the summer.

Advising & Registration
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Financial Information

Accept your financial aid package and set up your DUPay portal, which has all the information you need for financial planning at DU. Learn more about Cost of Attendance, and download the Estimated First-Year Cost Worksheet to help you plan expenses for your first year.

Manage your finances

Responsible Living

We care about the health and safety of our students, and we know college life comes with its own risks. Our wellness education program provides information on responsible drinking, sexual assault and gender violence, and general safety guidelines. We require all incoming undergraduates to take these courses before registering for classes.

Learn About Wellness at DU
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Campus Life

Get a head start on life at DU by looking into our huge range of activities on campus. Choose from a number of sororities and fraternities or apply to join an Experiential Learning Community. We have 120+ clubs and organizations run by students, with everything from the outdoorsy Alpine Club to service organizations and student government.

Explore Campus Life

Our Private Online Community

Start making new friends before you even arrive on campus. You never know - you just might meet your future roommate!

Get Connected
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How do you DU You?

You're already an important part of the University of Denver community. Create a Custom Viewbook to explore how you will find your niche both inside and outside of the classroom.

Custom Viewbook


Housing Options

You'll live on campus for your first two years here. Choose from six on-campus residence halls, conveniently located a short walk from your classes. Our residence halls have high-speed internet, student lounges and laundry facilities. Your RA will be there to make sure things are going smoothly as you transition into residence hall life.

Make sure you choose a building and finish your application as soon as possible. We'll help you figure out what to bring and what you should expect on move-in day. You can even get in touch with your roommate before you arrive on campus.

Explore Housing Options

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