Admission & Aid

If you want to investigate current questions about the intersections among gender, sexuality, race and other identities, consider a degree in Gender & Women's Studies. We offer an interdisciplinary education and preparation for meaningful careers at non-profit, activist, city and community organizations, as well as in the private sector. Many students also seek further study in graduate programs in law, social work, education, and gender and women's studies. Wherever you are in your application process, we're ready to help you begin your degree.

Admission Information

Ready to start your application? Learn more about the undergraduate application process, whether you're using the Common Application or University of Denver application, and the materials you'll submit when you apply.

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Financial Aid Information

At DU, we never want the cost of your education to be a barrier. We can help you learn more about your financial aid options, including federal aid, loans and scholarships.

Undergraduate Financial Aid

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Have questions about starting an application, making final decisions or anything in between? Wherever you are in your admissions process, your admissions counselor is here to support you.

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"DU gave me the opportunity to broaden my understanding and passions for human rights and social justice."

Rebecca Alfaro, BA '18, gender & women's studies and international studies. Read More
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Why Gender & Women's Studies?

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