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The transition to college can be exciting and challenging for students and for their families, and each student and family has unique contexts and diverse relationships with collegiate education. During your student's time at DU, we welcome and value the important roles you play in your student's life and we want you to be a part of their educational experience.
Learn more about our programs, explore resources to support you and your student, and join us for on-campus and virtual events.
Why Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences?
As your student pursues a degree in the creative and liberal arts through the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS), they'll gain valuable skills and critical thinking strategies to help them succeed in a wide range of careers. Whether they choose to major in psychology or music, emergent digital practices or philosophy, they'll develop creative and analytical approaches to thinking and communicating that will empower them to create change in their communities as advocates, artists, writers and entrepreneurs.Learn More
New Student and Family Programs
Explore events, programs and other opportunities to connect with the DU campus community.Learn More
Access information about department, college, University and federal financial aid options.
The bursar manages the University's financial affairs. Ask questions about tuition, fees or federally administrated loans.Learn More
Office of the Registrar
Housing and Residential Education
Explore options for on-campus housing and living and learning communities.Learn More
Health and Counseling Center
Learn about the resources for student physical and mental health on campus, including fees and insurance options.Learn More
Learn about how we work to keep our students, faculty and staff safe and secure.Learn More