Campus Resources That Should Be on Your Radar
Being a student at the University of Denver means having access to numerous resources at your fingertips. From career guidance to research help, there are many DU resources available to help fit the needs of busy students. Whether you are close to campus or online, here is a list of resources to take advantage of.
The Writing Center is the go-to place on campus for writing help. Get individual or group consultations on any writing assignment, at any stage of the writing process. Make an appointment at 303-871-7456 or online. Can’t make it to campus? Students can use Zoom to get writing assistance.
Library and Research Services
The Research Center offers guidance for any step of the research process from refining a topic to creating a reference guide. Take a workshop on campus or get one-on-one help with a research consultant either in person, on the phone, or through Zoom.
Veterans Services is the primary point of contact for any military or veteran-related issues. Veteran Services Coordinator, Damon Vine, can assist you in person or over the phone. You can make an appointment at 303-871-2074 or Damon.Vine@du.edu. Learn more about other DU veterans resources DU has to offer.
University College Career Advisor
Students get access to an expert career advisor through the DU Career Services. Andrew Gupton is the current career advisor for University College students. Meet with Andrew either in person or over the phone and get help with resumes and cover letters, job searching, interview preparation, salary negotiation, and more. To make an appointment with Andrew, call 303-871-2150.
DU Alumni Relations Career Management Webinars
Learn a wide range of topics from personal branding to leadership to career exploration by watching webinars through the DU Alumni Relations Career Management webinars. Check out upcoming webinars or view previous ones to fit the needs of your schedule. Use this tool as a current student and when you graduate!