Studying abroad is meant to be challenging, but it should also be rewarding. We want to provide you with every possible resource to ensure that you get back what you put into your study abroad experience at the University of Denver.
We have a wide range of academic resources, social events, and community offices dedicated to helping you thrive here at DU. Below, you'll find our academic success handbook, which can help guide you in the right direction.
Please don't hesitate to reach out if you'd like to learn more about our academic support systems for international students.
Ask for help when you need it
Whether you are feeling overwhelmed or just looking to get ahead, we are here to help you achieve your goals. From tutoring and study centers to language learning and academic advising, we can connect you with any resources you might need.
I also enjoyed studying abroad for a full academic year, which allowed me to pursue broader academic and professional interests. DU has great support systems and resources for students and being in Denver allowed me to build connections and relationships with people from different fields and backgrounds.
Center for World Languages and Cultures
The Center for World Languages & Culture is dedicated to promoting intercultural learning. We promote the teaching and practice of world languages and through services like tutoring. We have credit and noncredit options available to both international students and the greater DU community.
The University of Denver Writing Center works with all members of the DU community who are looking to improve their writing skills. We support individuals of all writing skill levels with a range of services including free 45-minute writing consultations, group sessions, Pre-recorded webinars relating to specific writing occasions, resources completing assignments, and other online resources and handouts.
The Research Center offers expert guidance throughout the research process. From refining a topic to finding and evaluating relevant sources, we are here to support your studies. We also offer one-on-one research consultations for students, faculty, and staff at any stage or educational level. Utilizing the Research Center can help ease anxiety about short and long-term writing goals.
The Math Center offers free assistance for Business Calculus, Calculus I, II, and III, Elements of College Algebra, and College Algebra and Trigonometry courses. The Math Center provides a place to study, do homework, and ask tutors questions.
Our assistants offer individual and group-based help (depending on demand) for students in the classes above, focusing on conceptual understanding.
The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (SRR) at the University of Denver supports the University's mission by providing programs and services designed to foster an inclusive campus community and promote opportunities for holistic student living, learning, and growth.
Library Research Guide for International Students
This guide will help you understand and use the resources available to international students as they research projects, papers, finals, job opportunities, and more. The Research Guide also provides tried-and-true research methods, study tactics, and citation guidelines to help you complete your research.
The library also has research spaces available to rent if you need a quiet place to work, and librarians are usually available to point you in the right direction if you have any questions.