Continuing & Graduate Students
As a continuing student at DU, we welcome you back to campus and are excited to have you stay with us! If you haven't had a chance to explore the HRE-specific activities and DU events that are held year-round, we encourage you to participate to get the most out of your on-campus experience. Below you'll find helpful information on frequently asked questions regarding living on-campus and relevant items you may find useful.
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Quick Links to Answer Your Questions
We understand that living on-campus can be complex. You may have questions about how to decide where to live, best practices when choosing a roommate, or what important dates are coming up. We are here to help you navigate through those questions and more!
Meal Plan Policies
Third and fourth year students may cancel, or reduce meal plan up until the Thursday of the first week of each quarter. Second year students may reduce their meal plan up until the Thursday of the first week of each quarter. To add the commuter meal plan for the 2021-2022 Academic Year, students can contact the ID Card Office.
All second year students are required to at least have the 125 block meal plan. However, in special circumstances (Food allergies, medical reasons, etc.) students may petition to be released from their meal plan through the Disability Services Program.
Tips from the Guide to Residence Living
Whether you're a first-year or a third-year student living at DU, you have experienced what it's like to live on campus and how things are done. All our residence living policies are documented in the Guide to Residence Living and here are some of the items in the guide that you may find useful.
- Make sure to follow all DU COVID-19 Protocols and COVID-19 Protocols for Face-Coverings and Social Distancing.
- If you are a student with a documented disability, medical, or mental health condition(s), you may request a housing accommodation/modification through the following process.
- The front desk is where to go to pick up mail or to get a key/key card to your room. In addition, you can check out recreational equipment at the front desk or find out what is happening in the building or on campus. If there is a problem in the building and you need staff assistance, please contact the front desk.