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Picture yourself part of our community.

Visit the Daniels College of Business to experience firsthand what sets us apart from other business schools. Come walk our campus, sit in on a class and picture yourself collaborating on a team project. Most important, come talk with us. Current students, faculty members, program directors and alumni are all eager to share why so many of us couldn’t imagine being anywhere else.

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Graduate Students: Schedule a customized visit to learn more about our graduate programs.

Undergraduate Students: Schedule a visit at the University of Denver campus.

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Denver offers a blend of outdoor adventure, urban sophistication and business acumen. A young city by most standards, Denver is a business hub for the Rocky Mountain Region and home to many national and international corporations.

Our Facilities

With over 190,000 square feet on the University of Denver campus, Daniels College of Business upholds our vision to be a premier private business college globally recognized as a leader whose educational experience, outreach, and knowledge creation transform lives, organizations and communities.

Our three buildings, Daniels, Joy Burns Center and Margery Reed Hall offer state-of-the-art venues for student achievement. Each building caters to all students, faculty, and staff and allows Daniels to offer the flexibility to schedule a variety of classes at peak times. This allows Daniels to move our students through their programs on schedule and with the low student/faculty ration we promise to provide.

Learn more about our buildings:

Daniels

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Daniels Building

The Daniels Building is the heart of the College, housing state-of-the-art teaching and conference facilities, student and faculty common areas, dining and more.

  • In 1994, the College was officially named for Bill Daniels, cable television pioneer.
  • Cartouche on the south entrance is the University Seal designed by Frank L. Phillips, DU art instructor, under the direction of Anne Evans, daughter of DU founder John Evans.
  • Figures of a bull and a bear adorn the west side of the building.

Fast Facts About the
Daniels Building

  • Total Square Feet: 110,536
  • Floors: 6
  • Building Dedicated: September 1999
  • Architect of Record: Anderson Mason Dale

2101 South University Blvd.
Denver, Colorado 80218

Joy Burns Center

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Joy Burns Center

In addition to housing the Knoebel School of Hospitality Management, the Daniels Executive Education program and the Office of Advancement & Corporate and Community Relations, the building hosts conferences and events for the public. The building serves as a learning laboratory where students get hands-on experience in a 2,800-square-foot production kitchen, a renowned beverage management center fashioned after a Tuscan wine cellar, a front desk operations center, 170-person dining hall and more.

  • For culinary purposes, an herb and vegetable garden is located on its premises.
  • Sculpted pineapples, the symbol of hospitality, appear on the building’s pediment over both entrances.
  • Building named the Joy Burns Center in April 2011 to honor the former Chair of the DU Board of Trustees.

Fast Facts About the
Joy Burns Center

  • Total Square Feet: 46,695
  • Floors: 3
  • Building Dedicated: May 2006
  • Architect of Record: Gensler Architects

2044 East Evans Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80218

Margery Reed Hall

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Margery Reed Hall

Margery Reed Hall serves as home to the Taylor Family Undergraduate Career Center, Office of Undergraduate Programs, Strategic Issues Program and the Executives in Residence.

  • Renovation was completed on Margery Reed Hall in March 2014 providing additional classrooms, meeting rooms and office spaces for the Daniels College of Business.
  • The Reiman Theater contains a Shakespearean mural painted by famed modernist painter John Edward Thompson, DU art professor in the 1930’s and 40’s.
  • The building was named for Margery Reed, daughter of Verner and Mary Reed, who graduated from DU with a bachelor’s degree in English in 1919.
  • The renovation of Margery Reed Hall was completed in March 2014 and DU is actively pursuing  LEED Silver certification from the United States Green Building Council, which was created by industry leaders to promote buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live, work and learn. The Council’s certification process—LEED—incorporates many aspects of a building’s life cycle, including: site sustainability, water efficiency, energy use, materials and resources and indoor air quality. To become LEED certified, buildings must earn credits in each aforementioned category. Learn more about the Margery Reed Hall green features that count toward LEED certification or click on the icons above.

Fast Facts About 
Margery Reed Hall

  • Total Square Feet: 33,547
  • Floors: 3
  • Building Dedicated: April 1929
  • Architect of Record: Charles Z. Klauder

2306 East Evans Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80218

Margery Reed Hall Green Features

  • Designed to use 22% less energy than a comparable conventional building
  • Indoor movement-sensor electric lighting
  • Efficient mechanical systems and high thermal-performance walls, windows and roof
  • Each floor has an area to recycle glass, paper and plastics.
  • 60% Diversion of landfilled construction and demolition waste achieved during renovation
  • Infrared sensors on water faucets and other water-efficient fixtures result a 30% water use reduction compared to a conventional building
  • Showers are available for students, faculty and staff who walk or ride their bikes
  • Electrical recharging stations are available in the parking garage
  • Superior ventilation, a non-smoking environment and indoor pollutant controls contribute to greater air quality inside the building
  • Low emitting paints, carpets and composite wood products contribute to greater indoor air quality
  • 100% of the building’s existing structural walls, roof and floor were maintained during the renovation which lessens the environmental impact when compared to replacement
  • Regularly maintained walk-off mats have been provided at all main building entrances to minimize the entry of pollutants into the building.
  • Sustainably harvested wood was used for a portion of the project in order to encourage environmentally responsible forest management.

leeds-lightbulbDesigned to use 22 percent less energy than a comparable conventional building using indoor movement-sensor electric lighting.

leeds-thermometerEfficient mechanical systems and high thermal-performance walls, windows and roof.

leeds-recycleEach floor has an area to recycle glass, paper and plastics.

leeds-dumptruck60 percent Diversion of landfilled construction and demolition waste achieved during renovation.

leeds-water-faucetInfrared sensors on water faucets and other water-efficient fixtures result a 30 percent water use reduction compared to a conventional building.

leeds-showerShowers are available for students, faculty and staff who walk or ride their bikes.

leeds-carplugElectrical recharging stations are available in the parking garage.

leeds-windSuperior ventilation, a non-smoking environment and indoor pollutant controls contribute to greater air quality inside the building.

leeds-paintbucketLow emitting paints, carpets and composite wood products contribute to greater indoor air quality.