1. Your Resident Assistant For first-year, second-year and other students who live on-campus, this resource is one that you see all the time. Resident Assistants (RAs) are trained extensively on the resources available on-campus, and are there to be a resource for students in residence halls. Most RAs are glad to answer questions that you … More 6 Useful Resources Every Student at DU Needs to Know
There is something for everyone here in Denver and with 300 days of sun, you can have 300 days of fun. Check out our blog for some fun activity ideas you can enjoy at DU and in Colorado! … More Fun things you can do in Colorado
The University of Denver has many lucrative offerings, which helped me pick it. As an international student, you have the chance to apply to a lot of colleges in every corner of the world, if you choose. So what makes the University of Denver special? 1. Location, location, location Denver is uniquely located and offers … More Why Choose the University of Denver?
As we all know it is common to feel homesick when studying abroad. Students tell us that eating a snack or a meal from your home country can help diminish the feeling of loneliness. Also, it is always fun to explore new flavors and cultures. Although you might need that unique ingredient from your home … More International Markets in Denver
If there is one good thing that the Covid Pandemic has helped with it is access. Most places have digitized their activities to allow people to still engage without having to leave the comfort of their homes. This week, the Global Ambassadors have compiled a list of fun things to do in and around Denver. … More Explore the City of Denver – even virtually!
Welcome back, DU! Classes are about to start and since we all have to quarantine for a while, why not enjoy this time to explore diverse flavors from around the world? Here at International Admissions, we have compiled a list of restaurants with an international cuisine focus so we can all add some “spice” to … More International Cuisine Around DU
Fraternities and sororities are a huge part of the culture of American universities. They are an American tradition, but many students may be confused as to what Greek life is and who are the people in it. Here at the University of Denver there are seven fraternities, six sororities and six multicultural organizations. These organizations … More Greek Life: What is it and what can it offer for international students?
Dear World, “Your Return to Campus!” is a short but sweet guide to navigating COVID-19 changes this fall. Ronnie and Elise break it down into five easy steps. THis video is available with English, Chinese (Traditional) and Chinese (Simplified) captions. Information for incoming international students: https://www.du.edu/news/update-internationalization For a detailed description of the steps described : … More Your Return to Campus! | 2020-2021 Academic Year
Dear World, The DU International Ambassadors present “6 Things International Students Haven’t Done at DU”; watch our video to learn more about fun things to do on-campus! The Book Stack: https://library.du.edu/give/ula/book-stack.html Campus shuttle: https://www.du.edu/parking/mobility/shuttle.html Public Skate: https://ritchiecenter.du.edu/sports/2020/5/5/public-skate.aspx DU library: https://library.du.edu/ Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors at the … More 6 Things International Students Haven’t Done at DU
Dear World, “50 Questions with International Studies Majors” is part of a mini-series brought to you this time by Elise and Victoria. Learn more about their experiences in the DU Josef Korbel School of International Studies! Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors at the University of Denver share … More 50 Questions with International Studies Majors | DU Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Dear World, “50 Questions with a Business and Ethics Fellow” is part of a mini-series brought to you this time by Scottish exchange student and international ambassador, Georgia. We dive into some personal questions about her experience at DU with academia and DU’s culture. Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international … More 50 Questions with a Business and Ethics Fellow | DU DCB| Georgia Kyriacou
Dear World, “50 Questions with a Media Studies Major” is part of a mini-series brought to you this time by Ronnie, an international student from Hong Kong. Learn more about her experience in the DU Media, Film and Journalism Studies department! Sincerely, International student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors at … More 50 Questions with a Media Studies Major | DU MFJS Department | Ronnie Cheng
Dear World, “A DU Student’s Day In Quarantine” is brought to you by Jakub, a Polish Student Ambassador and the DU Office of International Admission. What has quarantine in sparkling isolation been like for you? Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors at the University of Denver share their … More A DU Student’s Day In Quarantine | Jakub Drobek