Serving Diversity on Our Campus
We aim to create a campus where all community members, from all backgrounds, feel like they belong. From events like our Diversity Summit to the International Day of Peace, our campus champions the convergence of perspectives and ideas across cultures.
Through our offices in Campus Life and our other divisions, we provide disability accommodations, learning effectiveness programs and equality-focused research. We’re also ranked 53rd in the nation on the U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best Colleges for Veterans.
Center for Multicultural Excellence
The Center challenges the University of Denver community to create a campus climate that ensures all of its members are valued, supported and thrive by embracing and engaging our social identities.
Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) is committed to providing leadership, guidance, and resources in support of the University of Denver’s commitment to building a more diverse and inclusive institution. Recognizing that this commitment requires that DU establish and sustain a dramatically rich campus climate and culture that deepens our intellectual environment, ODI is responsible for addressing Inclusive Excellence and diversity matters that impact the academic experience at DU for faculty and students.
For example, ODI supports DU’s efforts to advance diversity, equity, and Inclusive Excellence by providing the campus community with opportunities to extend their knowledge, perspectives, and experiences vital to performing effectively in a culturally diverse and globally connected society.
Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence
Campus Life is the centralized hub for student resources and activities at the University of Denver. It encompasses:
- Parent & Family Engagement
- Student Engagement
- Student Conduct
- Student Outreach & Support
- Driscoll Student Center
- Religious and Spiritual Life
Each of these offices supports the student experience by providing unique programs, services and facilities designed to foster student development and help students find their purpose. Campus Life encourages you to get involved in all aspects of college life. From upholding the University's Honor Code, inviting your families to Parents & Family weekend, joining a Greek organization, to connecting you with campus resources. Whether you want to run for the Undergraduate Student Government, unite your class on Class Council or join one of over 120 student organizations, Campus Life is here to support you.
Equal Opportunity and Title IX
The Office of Equal Opportunity and the Office of Title IX, in collaboration with University partners, foster an environment of equal opportunity and equity for students, faculty, and staff in all aspects of educational programming and employment. If you have a discrimination or bias complaint, please contact this office.
Guided by the knowledge that Veterans offer a unique academic and social quality to the University of Denver, the Veterans Services Office vision and mission is to support our Veterans through exceptional programming. Veterans Services supports all levels of Student Veterans attending the University of Denver, starting with the admissions process and extending through Alumni Relations. This duty encompasses all Active Duty Service Members, Reserve Components, and dependents.
The Disability Services Program is dedicated to giving students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in the University’s programs, courses and activities. Disability Services Program provides accommodations at no cost to any student who has a documented disability as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Accommodations afford students equal opportunity to participate in the University's programs, courses, and activities.
International Student and Scholar Services is one of four units within the Office of Internationalization. Located in the International House, we provide services to international students and scholars on campus. We seek to develop positive working relationships with other offices on campus to ensure that international students and scholars both have an exceptional experience during their stay at DU.
The Center for Judaic Studies serves students, faculty, staff, and community members of all backgrounds and is dedicated to advancing knowledge of Jewish history, thought, and culture while cultivating intercultural bridge-building. Dedicated to diversity, inclusion, and a sustainable public good, the Center works not only to promote deeper understanding of Judaism, but deeper respect (not just tolerance) for people, texts, and ideas from all cultures, religions, and backgrounds. Click here to learn more about our approach to Inclusive Excellence, download our 'how to' guide for making your everyday online calendar more 'interfaith-friendly', and click here to learn more about the many current classes, projects, and events.