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Resources on campus
When you arrive at the University of Denver we want you to know that you are in a supportive and caring environment, with students, faculty and staff that are eager to help you in your journey. There are many activities you will participate in during your Discoveries Orientation week (such as meeting with your faculty advisor, connecting with fellow students, and registering for classes) designed to assist you in making a smooth transition to campus. As you settle in to life at DU, begin to take advantage of the opportunities that will help you develop new skills, connections and overall wellness. For more information on available campus resources, please see our blog.
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Parking Permits Now Available For Purchase
If you’ll be bringing a car to campus, you may purchase a parking permit online starting Monday, July 16 at 9 a.m. To include the permit fee on your student tuition bill, you must purchase the permit by Sunday, August 5. After August 5, a credit card is the only method of payment. Some restricted lots will sell out quickly, so don’t wait to purchase your permit!
The Denver Publishing Institute (DPI) first opened its doors in July 1976 to a group of students from around the country, and abroad, eager to learn about book publishing. Since then, the four-week summer program has trained more than 3,000 students for the world of books. At the helm of this institution is Joyce Meskis, Publishing Institute director and Denver-area bookseller who is recognized as a leader in the book publishing industry.
Read more of Joyce Meskis’s story on our Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences website.
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Video: Welcome to DU!
Our newly elected Undergraduate Student Government President and Vice-President are here to share some words of wisdom with our incoming students—view their welcome video!
Ask DU Blog
Question: What services do you provide for students with disabilities and learning differences?
If you are a student with a physical disability, learning difference and/or ADHD, you may know that every higher education institution has an office that provides reasonable accommodations based on a documented disability. At DU, there are two programs that support students, the Disability Services Program (DSP) and the Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP). They are two different departments offering two different services. However, they work closely to ensure that the needs of students are met.
Read more at our Ask DU Blog.