The University enrolls, welcomes, and supports all of its members, and will continue to provide services and resources to all members of our community to support their ongoing success.

DU Community Support

  • DU Admission & Financial Aid

    The University of Denver strives to foster a diverse and welcoming campus community for all students, regardless of background, race or immigration status. As part of that commitment, we welcome and encourage applications from students with an undocumented or DACA immigration status.

    Any student who is impacted by the DACA program ending is still fully eligible for admission and fully eligible to receive institutional merit aid. For more details, please visit the Undergraduate Admission site outlining our approach and values. Anyone who still has questions regarding their admission status or future prospects, can contact anyone in the Admission Office or the Office of Graduate Education.

    If a current student has questions regarding their financial aid package and status, they can contact the staff in the Financial Aid Office.

  • Mental Health & Wellness

    All students and employees have access to the University of Denver’s Health and Counseling Center and can access their services if they feel the need for such support.

    In addition, the Graduate School of Professional Psychology’s Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic and Professional Psychology Clinic (PPC) at DU provide help to people after adversity with services that honor and expand their strengths and resources. The TDRC assists those in need of psychological interventions to alleviate the effects of traumatic experiences and foster resilience as well as personal, family, and community growth. The PPC is staffed by doctoral students under the supervision of licensed mental health professionals, we offer a broad range of confidential mental health care that is innovative, cutting edge, LGBTQ affirming, and culturally sensitive.  Both clinic offers a sliding scale.

DU Racial Justice Resources

Immigration Resources

Immigration: Community Events, Forums, Rallies

Colorado Immigrant Rights Council Community Events

The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) is a statewide, membership-based coalition of immigrant, faith, labor, youth, community, business and ally organizations founded in 2002 to improve the lives of immigrants and refugees by making Colorado a more welcoming, immigrant-friendly state. Upcoming events include Immigration 101, Taller de Conozca sus Derechos, and the Inside Out/Dreamers mobile art installation.

See Upcoming Events

Latin America Center

The Latin America Center is the Korbel School’s hub for scholarship and events on Latin America. The center supports and coordinates educational, research, policy, and cultural activities related to Latin America and international relations between North and South America. The center hosted a free DACA renewal clinic in September 2017 and continues to bring scholars and activists to work with affected community members.

See Upcoming Events

Travel Ban Resources for Students

The University of Denver continues to support all our community members. We do not and will not voluntarily share student information with immigration enforcement officials.

Travel Ban Resources for Employees, Faculty & Staff

Employee Immigration Status Questions

Any employee who has a concern about their status as it relates to their employment should contact Molly Rossi in the Office of Human Resources at 303-871-3103 or

Human Resources and Inclusive Community Resources

Mental Health Support

The Counseling/Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to faculty and staff. University employees can attend up to six counseling sessions each fiscal year at the HCC (the initial consult plus 5 sessions). All individual EAP visits are a covered benefit for University employees and are available at no additional fee.

Visit Employee Assistance Program


Turkish Nonimmigrant Visa Resources

The United States and Turkey have suspended all nonimmigrant visas. Please check the ISSS website or contact an ISSS advisor for questions and support.

Go to ISSS Staff Page

General Resources for All Community Members

Spiritual & Religious Support

The Cultural Center passionately advocates for the integration of religious, spiritual and ethical voices and values at the University of Denver. 

Visit The Cultural Center's Spiritual Life

Psychological Support for Community Members

Additional fee-based counseling services are available through the following clinics:

Support After a Bias Incident

The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX, in collaboration with University partners, fosters an environment of equal opportunity for students, faculty and staff in all aspects of educational programming and employment. The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX is responsible for ensuring compliance with the University's anti-discrimination policies and promoting full compliance with all federal, state and local discrimination laws. The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX can assist you with:

  • Consultation concerning issues of possible discrimination, harassment or retaliation
  • Investigation of complaints of discrimination, harassment and/or retaliation
  • Investigation of sexual misconduct matters including sexual assault (non-consensual sexual contact)