Everything you'll need
If you're a current Pioneer, we have a wealth of resources for you to make sure you're on track academically and leading a fulfilling and happy life as a student. Whether you need help with classes and registration or just want to meet new people and find new ways to get involved, we have you covered.
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Check your MyDU portal for important documents, registration info and other student essentials.
Access our online learning management system to find syllabi, assignments, deadlines and more.
Find electronic profiles of students, faculty, staff, alumni and organizations across campus.
Access your email account, Microsoft Word, OneDrive and other resources that can help you complete your schoolwork.
Find information on DU's academic programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including degree requirements and course selection.
As a DU student, you have access to a wealth of advising services from our faculty and staff. You can meet one-on-one with an advisor to discuss your degree progress, internships, career opportunities, graduate school applications and more.
Career & Professional Development
If you're looking for an internship or need advice while planning your future after graduation, Career & Professional Development has you covered. Stop in for an appointment and take advantage of our massive internship and job-placement database, with help from our dedicated career advising staff.
Get help on class papers, essays and multimedia projects as well as personal and professional writing tasks. The Writing Center is available to assist writers of all skill levels.
You can find support from faculty and other on-staff research experts to help you define your goals and stay on track along the way at the Research Center, open to all students. Our undergraduates can also search for additional research support, including funding, at the Undergraduate Research Center.
Learning Effectiveness Program
The Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) is a nationally recognized fee-for-service program that provides individualized academic support for University of Denver students with learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or a history of learning differences.
Looking to get involved around campus? There are over 100 student-run clubs and organizations at DU, from the Alpine Club to gaming groups, club sports and service-based organizations.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Looking to join a fraternity or sorority? Twenty-six percent of our student body participates in Fraternity & Sorority Life, and members work hard to improve our local communities. Find out what's new in fraternity and sorority life and get involved!
Fraternity & Sorority Life Organizations
Student Code of Conduct
Review the DU Code of Conduct, which outlines academic rules as well as resources for you in situations of code violations.
Diversity Career Resources
We work to provide career opportunities for students of every background. If you're starting your career search, check out our internship and job-search resources specifically for historically underrepresented students.
We've strengthened our commitment to an inclusive campus with a range of support services and affinity groups for students of all backgrounds and social identities. Find your home with your fellow Pioneers.
Find the procedures to submit grade appeals, tuition appeals and other problems students may encounter.
If you're enrolled in a distance learning or online program, you can contact a regulatory agency from your home state.
Graduate Student Resources
Graduate students can review the graduate policies and procedures page for information on registration, degree requirements, thesis submission and other graduate-specific tasks.
Office of Graduate Education
Looking to improve your language skills or broaden your cultural horizons?
Visit our Center for World Languages & Cultures to work with language coaches, take proficiency exams, study languages from Spanish to Swahili and prepare to study abroad!
Health & Counseling Center
The HCC provides checkups and mental health services from certified health professionals. Most HCC services are free for students covered under the DU health plan.
We provide equal access to all of DU's services and programs for students with disabilities. Get in touch with the Disability Services office if you have questions or comments about accessibility on campus.
In partnership with Sodexo, we strive to make sure that you never have to look far for something to eat. If you have dietary restrictions or questions about nutrition at our campus dining halls, you can set up a meeting with a Sodexo chef to go over your needs.