Bringing DU to You
Despite the cancellations and closures that have accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re committed to ensuring you can continue to explore DU. Our virtual resources allow you to get to know the campus and the personality and accomplishments of the DU community and access pre-recorded webinars to learn about academic and student life.
Hoping to Visit DU? You'll find information and registration links for upcoming virtual and in-person events on the Visit page.
Virtual Tour Options
While there is still limited public access to the campus, here are a few options for exploring DU and the surrounding community virtually or in person (with our self-guided tour):
Watch & Listen
Greetings from DU Faculty
DU is proud of our faculty. We've collected some videos and features where faculty from across campus share their background and highlight the work and research happening in their departments. Check out our YouTube playlist and get to know some of the people from whom you may take a class in the future!
The DU Student Experience
In this video playlist, students share their thoughts, plans, adventures and favorite experiences from their time at DU, and give you insight into college life and living in Denver.
DU Podcast: RadioEd
What is RadioEd?
You know that feeling when you read the news and have so many more questions? We know people like you. We are people like you. RadioEd taps into the University of Denver’s deep pool of bright brains to explore new takes on today’s top stories.
DU Admission's Spotify playlist
Give a listen to our playlist, featuring songs selected by staff members in Undergraduate Admission. With themed hits from across the decades, we hope our playlist will add a little fun to your day!
DU Community + Values (C + V)
Throughout the year, C + V hosts events, speakers, webinars, and discussions and carries out various initiatives to create connections and build a sense of belonging at the University of Denver. Especially in this virtual time, C + V is working to create programs and events that help our community feel connected and supported.
Placeholder: 2020 BFA Exhibition
Placeholder showcases the work of this year’s BFA seniors: Melia Ortiz, Daniel Goldstein, and Sofi Hailu. These artists take an experimental approach to their practice as they challenge their traditional ways of thinking and working... Even as their work culminates in this exhibition, the artists continue to grapple with this need to build connections in light of necessary social distancing during this pandemic. It is important to acknowledge the effect these circumstances have on creative expression. However, Ortiz, Goldstein, and Hailu believe that art can provide an outlet for emotions they are experiencing during isolation, and it has provided them with new perspectives on their work. The viewers are invited to explore this showcase virtually and use art as a means to connect with themselves, the earth, and others through the art.
University of Denver, Connected.
We're here for you. Connect with DU students, alumni, parents, and friends on this comprehensive resource site, including links to inspiring stories of DU alumni, weekly wellness webinars, career support and guidance, and virtual educational lectures.
Webinar Recording Library
Korbel School of International Studies | Watch Recording
Daniels College of Business | Watch Recording
Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics | Watch Recording
Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science | Watch Recording
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences | Watch Recording
Pioneer Leadership Program | Watch Recording
Honors Program | Watch Recording
Sample First-Year Seminar Class | Watch Recording
STEM@DU | Watch Recording
Sample Class: Entrepreneurship and the 4th Industrial Revolution | Watch Recording
Student Panel Q&A | Watch Recording
Housing & Dining | Watch Recording
Health & Well-Being | Watch Recording
Study Abroad | Watch Recording
Athletics & Recreation | Watch Recording
DU Proud: LGBTQ+ Community & Support | Watch Recording
Sustainability at DU | Watch Recording
Racial Microaggressions on College Campuses: A Sociological Approach | Watch Recording
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