Life at DU
There are several ways for students to start connecting with your new community. We want you to feel at home when you begin our program.
Daniels Graduate Student Ambassadors will answer your questions about relocating, adjusting to campus life or taking advantage of available resources. Our social media pages will help you connect with your future classmates.
As the University of Denver does not offer on-campus housing for graduate students, most Daniels graduate students rent apartments or houses surrounding campus.
The University of Denver does not promote or prefer any one housing opportunity over another and students should perform thorough research on all options considered.
The Daniels Graduate Student Orientation App is a great way to meet potential roommates through our roster of incoming students and coordinate the housing search and potential rental arrangements. After you have submitted your enrollment deposit, watch for your invitation to join the group!
Parking and Transportation
For those students that will need to commute to campus, there are several parking options on the University of Denver Campus, most of which are in easy walking distance of Daniels. At the bottom of this page, you will find annual pricing for the full academic year. Both disability permits and night/weekend permits are charged at different rates than standard pricing, but can be found through the same website. Many students choose to park in hourly paid lots on campus or seek free parking along the streets surrounding campus as well.
Those that plan to commute into the campus via public transit will benefit from several bus lines that stop at DU, not to mention an RTD Light Rail train station on the north edge of campus.
Connect With Your New Community
Daniels College of Business
As a Daniels graduate student, the majority of your classes will be held in our primary building. It houses Daniels academic departments, student commons, study rooms, boardrooms, lounges and an Einstein Bros. Bagels.
Margery Reed Hall
Margery Reed Hall is the second of the Daniels buildings and was fully renovated in 2014. It houses a small auditorium, classrooms, lounges, a board room and initiative offices, such as the Office of Entrepreneurship.
Joy Burns Center
The Joy Burns Center is the third of the Daniels buildings. It houses the Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management.
Though graduate students do not have classes here, many of your events will be held in this beautiful space.
Anderson Academic Commons
The AAC houses DU’s library, academic support services and student technology support, along with a multitude of study spaces to suit individual needs.