Dear World, Learn about a day in the life of Ronnie Cheng, an international student from Hong Kong, who is currently a media studies major with minors in English and Biology here at the University of Denver! This video is available with English, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified) and Cantonese subtitles. Resources mentioned in this video: … More A Day in the Life of an International Student (Media Studies major) | Ronnie Cheng
The Book Stack @ Mary Reed Copied from website: The volunteer-run Book Stack provides new, used, and rare books on a variety of topics. There are more than 35,000 used, new and rare books in over 90 subjects, including history, psychology, travel, foreign language titles, crafts, fiction, and many more. The Book Stack has been … More Hidden Gems of DU
College time is invaluable not only because of the load of precious knowledge, but also because it can help develop the “whole student”. The concept of “whole student” was introduced at the beginning of the 21st century by many colleges and universities. This concept means that students who attend colleges and universities should not only … More Getting Involved in DU
The University of Denver provides many ways of getting academic help, and all of these resources are free for DU students to use. 1. Anderson Academic Commons The Anderson Academic Commons (AAC) which is our main library, is ranked 4th in “best college libraries” nationally in the Princeton Review. This is because many academic support … More Getting Academic Help at DU
Hockey Possibly the sport that DU is most well known for, the hockey team are multiple year NCAA Frozen Four champions, and many of DU’s notable alumni are NHL (National Hockey League) players who started off as Pioneers. Hockey started in Canada in the early 1800s, and its origins are debated to this day but … More Sports at DU: A Unique American Experience
Besides finding the school that suits you the best, it is also essential to plan ahead on how to afford tuition before leaving your home country. Below is the tuition breakdown infographic made by our team to help incoming students visualize the real cost of being a DU student. If the yearly amount of $73,063 … More Scholarships and Other Ways to Fund Your DU Tuition
Do you have any questions for current international students at DU? Connect with any of these Ambassadors! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with “S2S Connection” in the subject line and you’ll be put in contact with the student of your choice! Elise Hamann – United States My name is Elise Hamann. I am American, but I have lived in Rabat, Morocco … More 2019-2020 S2S Connection
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
Are you ready to find out DU’s international admissions secrets? Just kidding! While we would like to share that with you, I believe I got great advice from our very own International Admission Staff and DU Grad Student, Grace Sullivan. I asked Grace questions, which I thought were pertinent to international students applying to the … More What does DU look for in students?
Dear World, There are many ways to get around campus, and one of these ways is the campus shuttle. As a first-year student living in Centennial Towers last year, the campus shuttle was incredibly useful in getting me to the Mass Communications Building on the other end of campus for my 8am classes. The University … More Getting Around Campus with our Shuttle Program!