Serving Graduate Students and Programs
We serve nearly 6,000 graduate students, offering services that support your journey from admission to graduation and beyond.
The Office of Graduate Education is a knowledge center designed to help our graduate community thrive. If you have questions or concerns about admissions, funding opportunities, graduation requirements or anything else, call on us. Our campus-wide connections and dedicated support help you through the administrative process and get you to your destination sooner.
Chem Grad Wins DC Trip
Chemistry PhD student Molly Haugen got a look at the intersection of science and policy in Washington, D.C. She heard from leadership on climate issues after winning the 2017 Capitol Hill Visits Essay Contest.
Success at Amazon
Computer science master's student Sneha Sawlani used the experience she gained from her work at DU to land an internship with Amazon. She later turned that internship into a full-time position.
New Spin on Computers
New research from Professor Barry Zink and a team of DU physicists has the potential to serve as the foundation for next-generation computer technology. The team is exploring the field of spintronics in the hopes of controlling the natural spin of the electron to the benefit of electronic devices.