DU offers a wide range of resources to support your experience and success.
We’ve gathered some common helpful resources here, under the categories above and below. Rollover or click on those headings to learn about these campus resources.
Still need help? Student Outreach & Support, in your Dean of Students Office, can help connect you!
In a crisis or emergency situation, call 911 and Campus Safety at 303-871-3000, available 24/7
Reaching out for support and intervening to help others is an important part of your experience. There are many resources to support you and your experience including the Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment, the Collegiate Recovery Program, Equal Opportunity and Title IX, the Health and Counseling Center, Student Outreach and Support, and Student Rights and Responsibilities.
Your safety and the safety of the entire DU campus is a priority. Here you can find information for Campus Safety, DU Alerts, crime prevention, self-defense training, and Medical Amnesty.
A key part of keeping the DU community safe and healthy includes a focus on general well-being for students and employees. Student well-being is a holistic concept that includes mental health, social connections, and identity-based support. Here you can find information on counseling services, medical services, food-related services and programming, and the career closet.
Here you can find the Financial Aid Office, assistance with money management, and other emergency financial assistance programs.
Making connections to your peers and getting involved on campus are important experiences for you. In this section you will learn about various opportunities to get plugged in and involved on campus.
Identity-Based Support & DEI Resources
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are core values and creating welcoming, affirming, and respectful environments are essential to student success. The following highlights some of the resources, support, and education available to elevate these core values.
There are many areas to support you in meeting your academic goals including the Registrar, Academic Advising, and other academic resources.
Career & Professional Support
Through the Offices of Career and Professional Development, the University of Denver will build an active network of students and alumni who are invested in their own professional success through providing support such as undergraduate and graduate career resources, student employment, alumni resources and a DU career network.