Our students' families may be located across the world but they're all connected through the Lamont community. It doesn't matter if you're in the audience at the Newman Center or following us on social media, we have resources to help you be successful in your supporting role.

Campus Resources

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    DU Parent & Family Programs

    Our Parent & Family Program is your primary resource for communication, events and opportunities for involvement.

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    Campus Maps & Parking

    Planning to visit DU? Prepare with a map and parking services information.

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    Campus Safety

    The Department of Campus Safety works 24 hours a day to keep students, faculty and staff safe and secure. If you have questions about our services, please call 303-871-2334.

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    Crisis Management

    In the event of an emergency or weather-related closure on campus, your student will immediately be notified via email and can sign up for alerts on their phone as well. The DU website will display an alert whenever necessary, but the best tactic to stay up-to-date on campus happenings is to follow us on Twitter. For any questions, consult our Office of Emergency Preparedness site.

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Why Music?

Outcomes and Career Options for Lamont Students

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 education.

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

Learn more about opportunities for music majors.

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Prospective Family Resources

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Students live on campus and have a meal plan for their first two years. After that, many live off-campus. We're happy to help you with resources for finding living spaces.

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Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid is here to help you navigate the process of paying for a DU education. There are resources available from Lamont, the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and from DU. 

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Application Deadlines & Materials

We’re thrilled that your loved one is interested in coming to DU, and we want to ensure you feel confident throughout the application process. If you have any questions, contact an admission counselor.

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Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar provides tools to register for classes and acts as an administrative service center for the University. They also offer information on academic policies and the tuition payment schedule.

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Bursar's Office

Contact the Bursar's Office with questions about paying tuition or administering Federal Perkins Loans.

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Graduate Admissions

Once your student is admitted, they can log in to MyDU to find information on orientation, deadlines and other requirements. We’ll send important dates and events by email. If you have questions, contact your program representative or graduate admissions.

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Undergraduate Admissions

Once your student is admitted, they can log in to MyDU to find information on deadlines and other requirements. We’ll send essential dates and events by email. Contact us with any questions. 

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Visit Lamont

We invite you to visit our beautiful campus. The Lamont School of Music offers a tour and information session daily at 12 p.m. and 1 p.m., Monday through Friday. DU also offers general tours at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily.

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Connect With Us

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Lamont Contacts

Have questions? Contact the Lamont Office for general information, call the Concert Line to learn about current concerts and visit the Box Office for information about tickets and events.

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Admission Contacts

Use our application checklist to make sure you have everything you need. If you have questions, you can always contact undergraduate admissions, Lamont graduate admissions, or request additional information from your admission counselor.

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