Engage With DU
In different circumstances absent a world pandemic, we invite and welcome our neighbors and visitors to the University of Denver. COVID-19 has forced the University to suspend many events and activities at this time. Soon, we will again be able to welcome you to attend a lecture, enjoy a performance, visit a clinic, or use our facilities and resources. Learn more about DU's many offerings here.
Entertainment & Recreation
Newman Center for Performing Arts
The Newman Center hosts performances by internationally renowned musicians and artists, along with recitals and concerts by DU students and faculty.
Lamont School of Music
The Lamont School of Music hosts dozens of concerts every year, featuring performances from students, faculty and honored guests.
Grab tickets to a game and come cheer on the DU Pioneers! Tickets for hockey, lacrosse, volleyball and all other NCAA sports are available online.
DU's brand new Community Commons is at the heart of our campus, and promises to transform the way the DU community interacts.
Dining is a central feature of the new Community Commons, beginning with the Rebecca Chopp Grand Central Market, which offers nine different micro-restaurant concepts providing an ever-changing mix of cuisine for a capacity of over 700 people. The variety doesn't end there, with additional dining options positioned throughout the building, including coffee and acai bowls.
The building also hosts many clubs, organizations and crucial student services, and serves as a gathering place for our entire community.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a program designed for men and women age 50 and better to pursue learning in a non-competitive atmosphere. Members come from diverse backgrounds, are actively involved in selecting the topics explored and serve as both teachers and learners. Classes covering a vast range of subjects are taught by experts. Interactive study groups mean no one stays a stranger for long, and many come away with lasting friendships.
Professional & Continuing Education
Our Center for Professional Development helps local professionals expand their abilies, grow their networks and meet similarly driven colleagues as they work to develop the skills and knowledge to keep them at the forefront of their fields. The Center for Professional Development offers classes in partnership with our University College, Graduate School of Social Work, the Morgridge College of Education and the Graduate School of Professional Psychology.
Host Your Event at DU
Our campus is open for meetings, events and conferences for individuals outside the University community. You can rent rooms in many of our buildings, and our staff can help you with planning. We even take advantage of our scenery and Colorado's natural beauty to host weddings!
The DU Bookstore, located in the Driscoll Student Center, offers a wide range of Pioneer gear, as well as new and used textbooks, snacks and the latest computer technology at the on-campus Apple store.
We're always looking for talented people to join us at the faculty, staff and administrative levels. We're an inclusive community, and we welcome applicants from all walks of life.