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A REFINED BRAND & A NEW VISUAL IDENTITY

DU refined brand & new visual identity

Over the summer, the University of Denver began unveiling a new branding platform and visual identity that will help define the institution for varied audiences.

“After a year of market research and development, we have learned that many people know of the University of Denver, but they don’t know enough about us. We are going to change that fact,” says Kevin Carroll, vice chancellor of the Division of Marketing and Communications.

The University’s approach to education is supported by an emphasis on collaboration, vast opportunities for experiential learning, a culture dedicated to creating positive impact and the diverse perspectives, from local to global, that color day-to-day life on campus. These attributes, Carroll explains, align with the University’s mission and capture a decade’s worth of focus on program and curriculum development.

The platform, which emphasizes the University’s role as a CATALYST for purposeful lives will bring to life our vision: to be a great private University dedicated to the public good.

students getting involved

Now is the time to explore, to get involved and to try new things! Our students are engaged in everything from club sports to Greek Life, from religious organizations to the Center for Community Engagement & Service Learning. The University of Denver offers a plethora of interesting clubs and ways to get involved. From Debate to Alpine Club, there are over 100 clubs that offer you an opportunity to get involved. All of these clubs will be featured at the Pioneer Carnival on September 8th.

Your time at the University is an amazing time and will go by very quickly, so don't let it slip by without getting involved. Get ready for a phenomenal year!

Sunset over campus Students enjoying campus sunshine

important info

University Technology Services (UTS): UTS is responsible for technology that connects all members of the DU community. DU requires laptops for all students; for those looking to purchase a new laptop, check out the University's minimum laptop requirements. Students should visit the new student webpage to ensure their laptop is ready to connect to our network. The UTS helpdesk provides phone, online, email, and walk-in support (located at 2100 S. High St., on the southeast corner of High and Evans) for all students.

Tuition Dates:

Review important tuition due dates and refund dates on our Bursar’s site.

Know the Code:
Greeting Pioneers! We’re looking forward to seeing you on campus in September. Before your arrival we want to make sure you “Know the Code.” Please remember to review the Know the Code presentation and take the Know the Code quiz before Discoveries Orientation. When you complete the quiz you’ll be entered into a drawing for $150 to the University of Denver Bookstore!

THINGS TO DO IN DENVER

Discoveries Orientation week will be jam-packed with fun activities and important information. For those of you traveling a little early (or for those of you who already live in Colorado and want to have an excuse to experience the city!), we’ve compiled a short list of some of the fun happenings in Denver.

 
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