University of Denver, Denver
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Founded in 1864—just a few years after the city of Denver itself was founded—the University of Denver is one of the country's premier private universities.Using our world travel planner, Denver attractions like University of Denver can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
The University's 125-acre campus, a few miles south of downtown Denver, is home to more than 11,500 students hailing from all regions of the United States and 83 other countries.
The University offers more than 100 undergraduate programs of study and more than 120 graduate and professional programs.
Regardless of what they study, University of Denver students embark on a personal educational journey that helps them find and follow their individual purpose.
Visit us at http://www.du.edu for more information.
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DU is a highly-rated midsized private university. Its in the city of Denver with access to light rail and all the ammenities of Denver, yet the campus does not feel like its in a large urban area as i... read more »
Each and every day I have the pleasure of driving by the campus on my way to work. Over the years I've watch the campus grow with added building that blend beautifully with the existing century old bu... read more »
Son attends this school and we couldn't be any happier! The staff, students and overall experience is top notch. The surrounding restaurants are plenty, the beauty of the campus and ease of public tra... read more »
Current student at the Daniels College of Business. DU excels at delivering a great learning environment. The class sizes are small and the teachers are not just glorified paper collectors. They challenge students to be an active participant in the class.
I am currently attending DU's Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) program as an Advanced Standing student with a concentration in children and youth. I have found that my program has provided a wide variety of courses and concentrations to choose from and that I have always found interesting class options to fulfill my credit requirements. I feel that the classes are rigorous and are preparing me to be a social worker in both the field and in working with children and youth. The professors care about burnout, self-care, our overall well-being, our difference in learning styles, and helping us to be ready for a career after graduation. The internship opportunities available are vast-600 agencies within the Denver Metro area to choose from and allow for job opportunities after the completion of the program. As someone who moved from out of state to attend DU, I would say that DU has definitely felt like home. I did not attend DU for my undergraduate degree, so I cannot comment on what that experience is like. However, I would strongly recommend attending DU for graduate school in the social work program. The one negative thing I would say about the university and the program in general is that it is not a very diverse atmosphere and it is definitely something the university seriously needs to work on.
Awesome campus. Greenery all around. Well organized and very clean. People are very cooperative and generous.
Keep throwing money in the sewers. Might as well try to turn a charcoal into a diamond. Why don't ya'll serve this beautiful country? Rather than bend over, to these social "standards". Keep swimming into the sharks mouth you school of fish.
Actually. My brother is studying there and he says it is good university to be in ...
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