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.

Holiday Happenings Around DU

Nov. 21 marks the official end of the fall quarter for the University of Denver, but campus won’t be completely empty. Three varsity teams have games, and the Newman Center for the Performing Arts will be abuzz with holiday concerts by national and local performers from ballet to brass bands. Read more →
 

DU Recognized for Study Abroad Program

For the fifth consecutive year, the University of Denver ranks in the top five in the country for undergraduate participation in a study abroad program. According to Open Doors and based on the 2015–16 academic year, DU ranks fourth in the nation with 70.7 percent participation, up from 67.9 percent the previous year. Read more → 
 
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Upcoming events

Join us as we continue to celebrate Black History Month on Monday, February 19, for the third annual exclusive evening of networking and conversation with Chancellor Chopp and Principal Nick Dawkins at Cableland, the official residence of Denver's Mayor.
Attend this fair to network with many employers seeking students and alumni from all majors and backgrounds for full-time jobs and internships.
**TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT** Join the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology & the Center for Oncology Psychology Excellence for a discussion addressing how to redefine mental health. Hear Patrick J. Kennedy share his personal journey with mental health, and how he became a pioneer in mental health policy and advocacy.
Presented in conjunction with the Daniels’ Women in Business group, join us for the opportunity to hear a keynote address and network with current students and alumnae from a variety of industries and professions.
Join us for the first public screening of Bill Coors: The Will to Live. The documentary is the telling of a courageous man's one hundred year journey through life in a dynasty rife with anxiety, depression, and great personal tragedy and how, despite all that life challenged him with, he found the will to live.

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