50 Questions with International Studies Majors | DU Josef Korbel School of International Studies

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

50 Questions with a Business and Ethics Fellow | DU DCB| Georgia Kyriacou

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

A Day in the Life of an International Student (Media Studies major) | Ronnie Cheng

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

Hidden Gems of DU

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

Scholarships and Other Ways to Fund Your DU Tuition

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

6 Useful Resources Every Student at DU Needs to Know

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

Getting Around Campus with our Shuttle Program!

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!