Stay Connected to the Community

In order to serve the community and help you stay connected, we have compiled a list of resources below. This list is by no means exhaustive, but we hope it serves as a starting point for connection, conversation, and support at DU. If there is anything we can help you find, or if you have any further questions, please email us at


Stay Up to Date with DU

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    COVID-19 website

    Find up-to-date information, FAQs, resources, and recent messages for students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, families, and friends.


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    STAY CONNECTED website

    Resources for DU alumni, parents, and friends. The University of Denver is committed to providing our community with opportunities to grow, learn and cope using any and all modes available as we navigate the effects of COVID-19 on our professional, family and social lives. Find resources on social justice, women's empowerment, career advice and guidance, health and fitness, and more.


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    DU Newsroom

    Read coverage of DU’s people, events and programs as we navigate these unique times as a community



Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Resources

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    Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) Information and Resources

    Looking for DU event information and resources with regard to DU’s response(s) to the current acts of racism and protest nationwide? ODEI’s website will serve as a clearing house of information for the DU community.  If you would like to submit an event or resources on ODEI's page, please email the information to


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    Inclusion & Equity Education Information and Resources

    Racial justice events and resources to learn more and take positive action.


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    Inclusive Teaching Practices

    Through this site, we invite you to advance your praxis, create dynamic courses, remove barriers to learning, and dismantle oppressive practices by implementing inclusive pedagogies. Explore critical diversity considerations that shape higher education in real-time, read academic articles, visit suggested websites, and watch recommended TED talks and videos.



Politics, Elections, the Presidential Campaign, and DU*

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    Upcoming Political Programming Events

    Visit the DU Calendar and select "Community and Public Good" to see upcoming Political Events & Programming.

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    Policy Perspectives: Exploring Politics, Policy and the Election

    The University of Denver is committed to bringing programming to our audience that is relevant, timely and incites civil discourse in a way that leverages the critical analysis deeply rooted in the academic areas of the university. This series is intended to encourage civic engagement and education, provide helpful resources and offer balanced perspectives in an often complex political system. Over the coming months, we will be hosting a series of conversations related to policy, politics and elections. These virtual events are free and open to all. Visit this site and select "Policy Perspectives" to learn more about upcoming events!

    Visit Site & Select Policy Perspectives

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    Register to Vote or Update your Voter Registration

    Student Affairs & Inclusive Excellence encourage the DU community to register to vote for the first time or update your existing voter registration in Colorado at RegisterInColorado.Org. If you live or go to school in Colorado, you have the right to register and vote here, even if you’ve been temporarily displaced by COVID. For information about registering or updating your registration in a state other than Colorado, visit Click below to view the issue of The Grad newsletter with more information.

    Learn More in The Grad

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    Haul n Vote Trailer

    The Haul n Vote trailer will be on campus Oct 19-20 from 7am - 11pm both days. 

    Learn More

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    Voter's Rights: What to Know Before You Go

    Adapted from When We All Vote, this infographic from Inclusion & Equity Education shares your rights and what to know and be aware of when you head to the voting polls.

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    Inclusion & Equity Education: Learn More During National Voter Education Week

    During National Voter Education Week, Inclusion & Equity Education is doing a series of posts on their social media accounts. 

    Instagram: (@du_dialogues)

    Facebook: (@IEedDU)

    Learn More About IEE & DU DialogUes

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    RadioEd: Mail-in Ballots: Can USPS deliver?

    On Nov. 3, experts predict the presidential election will produce the highest voter turnout in at least a century — but a significant chunk of those voters won't be casting their ballot at a physical polling place. Safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic have shined the spotlight on the United States Postal Service and its financial struggles, raising questions about whether it can handle an increased load of mail-in ballots. Will it be able to deliver results on time, free of fraud? Assistant professor of management at the Daniels College of Business, Michael Nalick, an expert in the intersection of business and politics, shares his greatest concerns and explains how the post office became a political issue in the first place.

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    RadioEd: Political Polls: Can We Trust Them?

    Since Donald Trump's upset victory in the 2016 election, skepticism of political polls has grown steadily. After all, the numbers showed Hillary Clinton in the lead from start to finish. Pollster, political analyst, and Korbel faculty member Floyd Ciruli talks to us about what happened four years ago, the likelihood of the president eking out a similar victory on Nov. 3, and what it all says about the state of the country and democracy worldwide.

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    RadioEd: Election 2020: The Final Week and Beyond

    In just seven days, voters will cast their final ballots in the 2020 presidential election, and we’ll finally — fingers crossed — learn whether Joe Biden or Donald Trump will be the country's next president. Seth Masket, political science professor and director of DU's Center on American Politics, joins RadioEd to chart all the twists and turns, and explore what post-2020 politics might look like. 

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    Diversity & Democracy: Creating a Civic-Minded Culture

    The theme for this final issue of Diversity & Democracy is appropriately focused on what is required to create civic-minded institutions that seek justice and recognize diversity’s value.

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*The "Politics, Elections, the Presidential Campaign, and DU" resource list is meant to be non-partisan and focused on how the DU community can engage in conversations and dialogue around a variety of different viewpoints, perspectives, and political activities.