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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.

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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  • Ok....I got a Ford Foundation Grant to go there from Chicagoland in the Fall of 1970 The National Guard was oncampus briefly...demonstrations over the Vietnam War...James Taylor was a frequent visitor...  more »
  • Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, nice walk through the architectural landscape, frindly students eager to answer questions about thier school. Nice athletic facilities.  more »
  • I have watched this institution grow and develop from a charming mountain college to a modern pillar of academia. It still maintains much of its old architectural charm, but now bustles with new facil...  more »
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  • I can only speak about the Daniels College of Business. I enjoyed the time I was there and the faculty and staff are great! Worth the tuition.
  • This university was hosting me as an intern. I got to met a lot of professors and interact with graduates. The atmosphere was pleasant, but I did feel alone because it was rare to find another Native American on campus, on my own. Luckily, the program I was with worked with the multi cultural center at DU who put me in contact with the few Native American students on campus. Mind you though that this was during the summer so, I could be wrong to assume that there are few Native students. I stayed in an apartment on campus and found it pretty nice. There was someone on my floor who would smoke pot every other day so the place smelled and there was a couple across from me who would loudly argue and slam doors that woke me up. However, I made the decision to not let these bother me and ruin my time here. When I did this, I began enjoy myself, met new people, and explore. There are a good amount of local pubs and restaurants close to the campus, just a walk away. I highly recommend the Jerusalem Restaurant and Pete's! Another thing I should add is that it is very convenient that there are a couple of bus stops near the campus, as well as a stop for the Light Rail (a mode of transportation I recommend you try). Also, security here is pretty high, which made me feel safe most nights. Overall, the DU campus is a small beautiful site and I would recommend visiting if you should get the chance. As far as cost or the quality of education a student receives here, I cannot comment on. However, if you do feel out of place here, especially if you are of the minority, like myself, please connect with the Multicultural Center. It is located near the DU Apartments right on University Blvd. They are nice and always willing to help. 🤓
  • Surprisingly small, but I love DU. I don't like how they hit me up for money, but I do love DU as a school. Although, I do hate how their gym is open to professors and kids. It's creepy taking a shower and seeing a kid and elderly man as you exit the shower, which isn't all that private to begin with.
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  • I graduated from DU and love this school. Great programs and fantastic facilities.