Videos and Webinars

Several offices from around campus have added videos here to tell you about their area and how to reach them.
Scroll down the page to see what we have collected for you.

The Inspired Journey

with Dr. Heather Martin,
Teaching Professor of Writing and First-Year Seminar Faculty Director

In this workshop, DU writing professor Heather Martin walks participants through a series of fun and inspiring writing activities that invite you to map multiple routes to a fulfilling life and explore ways you can ignite your passion. Dr. Martin will discuss this journey for parents as well as describing what new DU students learn and experience during their First Year Seminar. This will give you some great insight to how your students are exploring their academic and social life at DU and take you on the journey to explore your own passions.

Everything You Need to Know Before Move In Day

Our Q& A with staff from Housing & Residential Education and DU Dining by Sodexo. We will discuss what move-in day will be like, how students will check in to residence halls, and provide an overview of dining options and resources.

Supporting Student Health, Well-Being, and Success

Our Q&A with staff from the Health & Counseling Center and Covid Coordinator to learn how the University of Denver offers programs and support to help keep students physically, mentally, and emotionally well. We will be here to answer your questions about student health insurance, health and well-being programs for students, and the University’s current plan for masks and physical distancing on move-in day.

Everything You Need to Know About Billing at DU

Hear from the Bursar’s Office about tuition and billing as well as opportunities for your student to practice and experience financial wellness throughout their time at the University of Denver.

Diversity & Inclusion at DU

Our society is made up of many different backgrounds, identities, and experiences. Learn how and why students will be engaging in diversity and inclusion at the University of Denver.

Additional diversity and inclusion resources are:

Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (ODEI) www.du.edu/diversity-inclusion

The Cultural Center, including Spiritual Life www.du.edu/culturalcenter

Access & Transitions www.du.edu/studentlife/affinity

Veterans Services www.du.edu/veterans

Inclusion & Equity Education (IEE)    www.du.edu/studentlife/ie-education

How to Talk with Students about Substance Use

Learn how the University of Denver supports students in recovery, how parents and families can support their students, and how to talk with them about substance use.

Addressing Gender-Based Violence at DU

Learn about prevention, education, and support at DU on issues of gender-based violence, and how to find resources.

Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP)

The Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP), is a fee-based academic support program that provides individualized support for neuro diverse learners.

Disability Services Program (DSP)

Learn about the Disability Services Program at the University of Denver and how they help students with disabilities thrive.

Health and Counseling Center (HCC)

The Health and Counseling Center presents an overview of services offered at the University of Denver including counseling, medical services, advocacy for students affected by gender-based violence, students in recovery, and health promotion.

First-Generation to College (English)

The Access and Transitions team at the University of Denver describes how they help build community and provide support for students who are the first generation in their family to get to and through college.

First-Generation to College (Spanish)

Estudiantes del equipo de programas de Acceso y Transición de la Universidad de Denver, hablan sobre los servicios que ofrecen y como estos servicios ayudan a construir una comunidad brindando apoyo a los estudiantes de primera generación que son los primeros en su familia a llegar a la universidad.

Career & Professional Development

Career & Professional Development presents Preparing Students for Post-Graduation Success which includes an overview of the OneDU Model of Support.

Summer is the time to start applying for on campus jobs and having a professional resume ready is the first step in the process. Students can complete their first Career Achievement Milestone by getting their resume reviewed by their assigned career advisor. After registering with Pioneer Careers Online, students will be able to schedule an appointment with their career advisor for resume support and upload their resume when completed. Online resources and videos for writing a resume can be found here and here.

Questions? Call 303.871.2150 or email at career@du.edu

Denver Dining by Sodexo

Resident District Manager, Ira Simon, provides information on dining at the University of Denver with regard to the 2020-2021 Academic Year.

Check out more videos like this on the Denver Dining by Sodexo YouTube channel.