Stay connected to your pioneer past - and future.

Your ties to the University of Denver don't end once you leave campus. Here you'll find information about events, alumni groups and chapters, benefits and services, and other resources to keep your Pioneer spirit involved and engaged.

DU Hockey named national favorite!

On the heels of a stellar 2016-2017 season that ended in winning the NCAA Hockey National Championship, DU Hockey was unanimously selected as the winners of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference regular-season champions. They begin the 2017-2018 season ranked No. 1 nationally. Read more →
 

Homecoming pregame event tickets on sale

Join the 1400+ Pioneers who've already registered to attend our Homecoming festivities. Kick off the 2017-2018 Hockey season at Hocktoberfest and Pio-Palooza outside Magness Arena. Don't forget to grab some tickets for the home opener against Lake Superior State. Read more → 
 
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Upcoming events

For complete details of this year's event, visit homecoming.du.edu.

Head to campus this fall for incredible hockey action, the return of Hocktoberfest, Pio-palooza, the Pio Parade and so much more. This is a weekend you won't want to miss!

PLEASE NOTE: All tickets for hockey games and pre-game events maybe purchased on denverpioneers.com/tickets.
DU Professor Douglass Hesse will hold a workshop on campus addressing the process behind crafting and authoring a memoir. People of all writing abilities are welcome!
You're invited to a night of action-packed hockey with fellow Pioneers, family, and friends on Saturday, October 28 as DU takes on Boston College. Prior the game, DU leaders Armin Afsahi and Brandon MacNeill will be on hand to meet and mingle with Boston area alumni at Cityside Bar on Beacon Street.
Join DU's Washington, DC Network for a wine tasting and lunch in beautiful Virginia wine country. Sit back and relax as a private motor coach transports guests from the Rosslyn Metro Station to Breaux Vineyards and The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards.
While most women agree that there need to be more women in leadership positions or traditionally underrepresented industries, many disagree about the appropriate leadership styles for women. We'll hear together from women at all levels on how to best partner with other female coworkers and support women across the workplace.
We all have our own natural talents. Your best bet for success in work and life lies within building on who you are naturally. During the  Clifton StrengthsFinder workshop, we'll explore ways for you to build your natural talents into your strengths.

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