Family is important to the DU community. Use the tools and resources below to stay involved with your student and get the latest information on what's happening on campus.
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The Office of the Chancellor's page offers updates on key DU initiatives. You can also learn about Chancellor Chopp and share your thoughts with her.
The Discoveries Orientation program is designed to ensure your student has the best possible start to their DU experience. Information regarding the orientation and transition process is available on the Discoveries Orientation site, so you can prepare to move your student in to their new home.
Visit the DU Bookstore's online shop for apparel and gear to show your support for your student and the University.
International Student and Scholar Services
Are you a family member of an international student? International Student & Scholar Services works to ensure students coming from abroad to study at the University have all they need to succeed academically and personally.
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Homecoming & Family Weekend
Each fall, hundreds of alumni and parents come to campus to celebrate Homecoming & Family Weekend. The festivities and experiences bring the DU community together and allow everyone to participate in time-honored traditions and cheer on our Pioneers. Take part in personalized, student-led campus tours, enjoy the diverse and excellent food lineup at Taste of DU, catch up with your student and watch the always-exciting Pioneer hockey team take on a worthy opponent.
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DU IMPACT 2025
We're seeing sweeping changes in higher education that have an enormous impact on our students, our community and our world. We’re innovating around our strengths in teaching, learning and discovery, and accelerating the ways research can address society’s most vexing problems.
We call this vision DU IMPACT 2025. It’s the result of thousands of interviews with students, faculty, friends, community partners, families and critical supporters. Led by Chancellor Rebecca Chopp, we spent 18 months listening, learning, collaborating and crafting this strategic plan.
Turning our ideas into reality, our 10 working groups collaborate across campus and our community to bring IMPACT 2025 to life.