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If you are currently a major, we have a wealth of resources for you to ensure that you are on the right track academically and lead a fulfilling and happy life as a student. Whether you need help with classes and enrollment or you just want to meet new people and find new ways to get involved, we’ve got you covered.

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Student Basics

  • Pioneerweb

    Check your PioneerWeb portal for important documents, registration information, and other student essentials.


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    Access our online learning management system to find syllabuses, assignments, deadlines, and more.


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    Find online profiles of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and organizations across campus.

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    Access your email account, Microsoft Word, OneDrive, and other resources that can help you complete your homework.

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Stay informed of your deadlines

Check important academic deadlines and dates using the Registrar’s calendar.


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Academic Programs

Find information about DU academic programs at both undergraduate and graduate levels, including degree requirements and course selection.

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Academic Advising

As a student at DU, you have access to a wide range of counseling services from our faculty and staff. You can meet with an advisor in private to discuss your degree progress, internships, job opportunities, graduate applications and more.

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Career and professional development

If you’re looking for an internship or need advice while planning your future after graduation, Career and Professional Development has you covered. Stop by for an appointment and take advantage of our vast training and employment database, with the help of our dedicated career guidance staff.

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writing center

Get help with study papers, essays, and multimedia projects as well as personal and professional writing assignments. The Writing Center is available to help writers of all skill levels.

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research centers

Find support from faculty and other research experts on staff to help you set your goals and stay on track along the way at the Research Center, which is open to all students. Undergraduates may also seek additional research support, including funding, at the Undergraduate Research Center.

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Learning Effectiveness Program

The Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) is a nationally recognized fee-for-service program that provides one-on-one academic support to University of Denver students with learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or a history of learning differences.

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    Looking to get involved across campus? There are over 100 student-run clubs and organizations at DU, from the Alpine Club to game groups, club sports and service-based organizations.

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  • Brotherhood and sorority life

    Looking to join a fraternity or sorority? Twenty-six percent of our students participate in the fraternity and our organization, and the members work hard to improve our local communities. Find out what’s new in the Brotherhood’s life and sorority and get involved!

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Come cheer up Pius!

Looking for tickets to one of DU’s 17 Division I teams? Students can get discounts for most events.

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Student Code of Conduct

See DU’s Code of Conduct, which outlines academic rules as well as resources for you in cases of code violations.

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Diversity of professional resources

We work to provide career opportunities for students of all backgrounds. If you’re starting your career search, check out our internship and job search resources specifically for historically underrepresented students.

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Diversity Services

We have strengthened our commitment to an inclusive campus with a range of support services and affinity groups for students of all social backgrounds and identities. Find your home with fellow pioneers.

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Student complaints

Find the procedures for submitting petitions for grades, tuition fee requests, and other issues students may encounter.

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state contacts

If you are enrolled in a distance or online learning program, you may contact a regulatory agency from your home state.

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Student discounts

Did you know that the DUZone Card gives you discounts at businesses, restaurants, and hotels near campus and throughout Denver?

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Graduate Student Resources

Graduate students can review the Alumni Policies and Procedures page for information about enrollment, degree requirements, thesis submission, and other alumni assignments.

Higher Education Office

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Are you looking to improve your language skills or broaden your cultural horizons?

Visit our Center for Global Languages ​​and Cultures to work with language instructors, take proficiency tests, study languages ​​from Spanish to Swahili and prepare to study abroad!


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Health and Consultation Center

HCC provides testing and mental health services from certified health professionals. Most HCC services are free for students covered by a DU health plan.

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Disabled Services

We provide equal access to all DU University services and programs for students with disabilities. Contact the Office of Disability Services if you have questions or comments about accessibility on campus.

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Eating on campus

In partnership with Sodexo, we strive to make sure you never have to look far for something to eat. If you have dietary restrictions or questions about nutrition in our campus dining halls, you can arrange a meeting with a chef at Sodexo to discuss your needs.