Public Good Suite

Suite 1100

Center for Community Engagement to Advance Scholarship and Learning (CCESL)

The Center for Community Engagement to advance Scholarship and Learning (CCESL) leads the campus in acting upon the University of Denver’s vision to “be a great private university dedicated to the public good.” CCESL offers a variety of programs, events, trainings, and funding that focus on activating student, faculty, and community potential through partnerships that are reciprocal and mutually beneficial.
https://www.du.edu/ccesl/

Sustainability

https://www.du.edu/sustainability

Grand Suite

Suite 1200

Access and Transitions (A&T)

https://www.du.edu/studentlife/access-and-transitions/

Cultural Center

The mission of The Cultural Center is to create an environment where students of color, students of faith and LGBTQ+ students can critically engage their historical legacies, while enhancing their educational, intellectual, and personal/professional interest as it relates to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic, and cultural sensibilities, while providing a physical safe haven for respite and dialogue as they navigate their journey at the University of Denver.
https://www.du.edu/culturalcenter/

Health Promotion

Part of the Health & Counseling Center, the Health Promotion team educates, empowers, and supports students related to safer alcohol and other drug use, mental health, sexual health, healthy relationships, and gender violence prevention. Health Promotion’s offerings include educational workshops, outreach events, and programs; health and well-being information and resources; and the Thrive Peer Education program.
www.du.edu/thrive

Office of International Education (OIE)

The Office of International Education’s mission is to guide intercultural learning for DU students by providing access to diverse, quality study abroad programming and support, through collaboration with the DU community and our partners abroad.
https://www.du.edu/abroad/

International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) Program Coordinator

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) supports internationalization at the University of Denver by serving as a resource to students, faculty, and staff in meeting the needs of the international community on campus.
https://www.du.edu/isss/

Office of Diversity Equity & Inclusion (ODEI)

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) provides university-wide leadership and accountability in developing a diverse, equitable, and inclusive academic environment. In collaboration with campus and community partners, ODEI is an institutional resource that supports the university's mission and strategic plan of diversity, equity and inclusion.
https://www.du.edu/equity

Black Community Initiatives

As part of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, this area was established as part of the DEI Action Plan. DU has committed resources to address its inconsistent history and uneven, ongoing support of our Black community members. The goal of this area is to continue to weave an appreciation of Black people and all they bring throughout the University’s culture, with the hope that members of our Black community can unapologetically bring their full and authentic selves to the institution and thrive while being vital parts of the growth and excellence of the University of Denver both individually and collectively, now and into the future.
https://www.du.edu/equity/black-community-initiatives

LatinX Center

The Latinx Center at The University of Denver advances critical interdisciplinary research, scholarly and creative work, and curricular development related to the historical, political, cultural, and intellectual legacy of Latinx people. The Latinx Center promotes excellence in scholarship and teaching to reflect the cultural experiences of Latinx people across the globe.
www.latinx.du.edu

Native/Indigenous Community and Student Support

As part of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, this area provides support for current Native American/Indigenous undergraduate and graduate students with the goal of academic success, retention, and graduation while helping to create a community founded upon social and cultural support. This area also maintains relationships with the Native Student Alliance, the Indigenous Affinity Alumni Group, and the Native American Community Advisory Board. https://www.du.edu/equity/indigenous-initiatives

Interdisciplinary Research Institute for the Study of (in)Equality (IRISE)

IRISE is designed to provide opportunities and support for faculty and students to engage in the development of cutting edge interdisciplinary research on issues of inequality, social justice, and inclusivity through community engaged projects in health and education. We develop, support, and implement academic programs and activities that promote the advancement of historically underrepresented populations at DU.
www.irise.du.edu

Administrative Suite

Suite 3001

Student Rights and Responsibilities (SRR)

The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities is educational and restorative in our student conduct processes and provides educational Outcomes, workshops and alternate case resolution options. Outcomes are designed to encourage self-awareness, social engagement, and provide opportunities for reflection and meaning-making. Please see the Honor Code or our website for more information.
https://www.du.edu/studentlife/studentconduct/rightsresponsibilities.html

Inclusion and Equity Education (IEE)

Inclusion & Equity Education (IEE) provides students with information, skills, and opportunities for constructive engagement across difference. Meet new people, engage today’s critical issues, build marketable skills, and make positive change.
https://www.du.edu/studentlife/ie-education/

Student and Academic Support

Suite 3100

Academic Advising

The Office of Academic Advising helps undergraduate students persist to graduation through support with major exploration, course planning, decision making, success coaching, academic skills development, and problem resolution. https://www.du.edu/studentlife/advising/

International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) Advisors

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) supports internationalization at the University of Denver by serving as a resource to students, faculty, and staff in meeting the needs of the international community on campus.
https://www.du.edu/isss/

Office of Internationalization (INTZ)

The University of Denver Office of Internationalization is responsible for developing and leading centralized international initiatives, and supporting intercultural and English language learner development across the university. This office also houses two units, the Office of International Education and International Student and Scholar Services.
https://www.du.edu/intz/

Student Outreach and Support (SOS)

Student Outreach & Support helps connect graduate and undergraduate students to the appropriate campus or community resource. The SOS office is responsible for the SOS online referral system, the Medical Leave of Absence and Reentry Process as well as the Student Assistance Fund.
https://www.du.edu/studentlife/studentsupport/

Office of International Education (OIE)

The Office of International Education’s mission is to guide intercultural learning for DU students by providing access to diverse, quality study abroad programming and support, through collaboration with the DU community and our partners abroad.
https://www.du.edu/abroad/

Student Experience

Suite 3200

New Student and Family Programs (NSFP)

New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) is committed to the successful transition of new students and families into the University of Denver community. We provide inclusive, holistic programming designed to help students succeed and meet their goals, and develop meaningful connections with students and families. NSFP consists of staff members and student leaders who support students and families during the transition to higher education and we support connections through in-person events, social media, online resources, and newsletters. Visit our website at
https://crimsonconnect.du.edu/nsfp/home/

Office of Student Engagement (OSE)

The Office of Student Engagement believes in unleashing students' potential to lead and impact the world. Our mission is to provide all University of Denver students a co-curricular experience which empowers them to explore, connect, and grow.
Collectively, our team advises Undergraduate & Graduate Student Government, the DU Programing Board, and our Fraternity & Sorority Life Councils, and provides well-rounded support to Undergraduate Student Organizations, Fraternity & Sorority Chapters, and all students looking to build community on campus and grow in their personal leadership journey.
https://crimsonconnect.du.edu/OSE

4D Student Experience

The 4D Student Experience empowers students to lead lives of meaning and purpose that serve the public good, enabling them to thrive at and beyond the University. In pursuit of this mission, the Office of the 4D develops, elevates, and integrates University-wide curricular and co-curricular activities and programs related to the four dimensions of advancing intellectual growth, exploring character, promoting well-being, and pursuing careers and lives of purpose.
https://www.du.edu/4d

Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL)

https://www.du.edu/studentlife/engagement/get-involved/fraternity-sorority-life.html

Veteran Services

Suite 3201

Veteran Services

The Veterans Lounge is a place where DU’s military affiliated community members can gather and share experiences. We are here to support your navigation through higher education, and help you create life-long connections.
https://www.du.edu/veterans/