Everything You'll Need
We have a wealth of resources to make sure you're on track academically and leading a fulfilling and happy student life. Whether you need help with academic planning or just want to find new ways to get involved, we have you covered.
The Visual Media Center
The Visual Media Center (VMC) provides digital imaging services to students for learning, research and teaching purposes. Digital images produced or purchased by VMC are accessible through the Office of Teaching and Learning's DU CourseMedia. Anyone in the DU community can request to have still images added to DU CourseMedia for educational purposes. There are four graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) in the VMC.
Our advisors are here to ensure you're prepared to execute your goals. Use this page to access the resources you need to succeed.
Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid (grants, work-study and loans) to pay for college or career school.
Undergraduate Awards and Grants
Student Research Award
The Student Research Award makes possible research and/or creative endeavors for CAHSS students who would otherwise face cost-prohibitive travel or other expenses. Up to five awards for up to $1,250 each are available. All full-time undergraduate and graduate CAHSS students are eligible. Applications are due by Monday, April 26, 2021 at 11:59pm.
Summer Internship Award Program
The Summer Internship Award Program is designed to increase the ability for students to participate in unpaid internship opportunities. The program will award CAHSS students enrolled in for-credit internships in the summer up to $3,000 each. Internships may be on or off the DU campus. Application deadline (EXTENDED): May 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.
Sturm Family Foundation Internship Awards
The Sturm Family Foundation Internship Awards support CAHSS undergraduate students participating in an unpaid summer internship with a minimum of 200 hours at a nonprofit organization. Students may apply for one of ten $3,400 awards. Application deadline (EXTENDED): May 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.
- Check out DU and department-level awards
Tom Dattilo, International Studies and Spanish
[My] internship helped me gain insight into one of my potential career paths... [it] granted me the opportunity to see the inner workings of diplomacy and how all of the moving parts contribute to the smooth functioning of the Department of State.
Student Ambassador Team
The College's Student Ambassador Team (SAT) is a diverse group of students from all CAHSS departments who represent the interests of both their department and the students of the College as a whole. The team engages at the college level in three student focused-areas: communications and events, alumni engagement, and career and professional development. SAT promotes a student voice in College events, works to increase awareness and visibility of the CAHSS identity, and provides the students who participate with valuable leadership and collaborative skills.
Undergraduate Career Services Contact for CAHSS
Office of Graduate Education
Graduate students can review the graduate policies and procedures page for information on registration, degree requirements, thesis submission and other graduate-specific tasks.
Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid (grants, work-study, and loans) to pay for college.
Graduate Awards and Grants
Student Research Award
The Student Research Award makes possible research and/or creative endeavors for CAHSS students who would otherwise face cost-prohibitive travel or other expenses. Up to five awards for up to $1,250 each are available. All full-time undergraduate and graduate CAHSS students are eligible. Application deadline: April 12, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.
Check out DU and department-level awards
Along with our College award, you may be eligible for awards on the University and department level.
Michelle Lee, PhD '18, developmental psychology Get Involved
I appreciated that the department was small enough that everyone knew each other and everyone knew each other’s lines of research, but still big enough to make an impact in the community. I really appreciated the relationships I made here with the other students, professors and especially with my advisor.