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Current Students

As a current Lamont student, you have access to an array of resources to help you excel academically and get the most out of your DU experience. Whether you need assistance getting involved with ensembles, ensuring you're on track to graduate or learning about postgrad career options, we have you covered.

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Outcomes & Career Options

Our students graduate with skills that will prepare them for a range of careers, but career support starts long before graduation. Studying music at Lamont combines the rigor of a conservatory-level education with the benefits of the University of Denver's liberal arts programming. 

Students have opportunities to gain valuable performing experiences, explore careers and network throughout their time at Lamont.

Why Music?

Academic Resources

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Academic Programs

We offer a range of programs to expand your unique skill set and musical perspective. 

Explore Our Programs
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Academic Advising

Our advisors are here to ensure you're on track academically and help you select courses that align with your passions. 

Talk to an Advisor
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Learning Effectiveness Program

We provide personalized academic advising and resources for students with learning challenges. 

Visit an LEP Advisor
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Calendar & Deadlines

Stay up to date on all your important activities and deadlines. 

View Calendar
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Writing Center

Writing isn't easy, and it never hurts to get a second set of eyes on your work. Allow our writing experts to help develop your ideas on paper. 

Make an Appointment

Undergraduate Student Resources

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Code of Conduct

Do you know your rights and responsibilities as a DU student? Learn more by following the link below. 

Code of Conduct
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Career Development

Curious about career options or ways to advance your career? Get resources and insights from seasoned career development professionals. 

Develop Your Career
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Diversity Center

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) is committed to building a more equitable institution. Learn more about our services and mission by following the link below. 

Learn More
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Student Complaints

A variety of channels exist to resolve problems you may encounter. If you have a grievance, please visit the link below. 

Resolve Grievances
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Get Involved

Are you looking for music job opportunities during your college studies? Our "hire our musicians" program has opportunities for performers, instructors and composers, and we'd love for you to participate. 

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Graduate Student Resources

Graduate students can review the graduate policies and procedures page for information on registration, degree requirements, thesis submission and other graduate-specific tasks.

Programs and Services

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Disability Services

We provide equal access to all of DU's services and programs for students with mental and physical challenges. Get in touch with the Disability Services office if you have questions or comments about accessibility on campus.

Disability Services
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Health & Counseling

The Health & Counseling Center provides checkups and mental health services from certified health professionals. Most HCC services are free for students covered under the DU health plan.

Health & Counseling Center
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Dining on Campus

In partnership with Sodexo, we strive to ensure you never have to look far for something good to eat. If you have dietary restrictions or questions about nutrition at our campus dining halls, you can set up a meeting with a Sodexo chef to review your needs.

Dining Services