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Visiting Campus

No matter the season, it's always a great time to visit your alma mater.

We offer benefits to make your stay even better⁠—from hotel and transportation discounts to campus alumni events. Whether you're catching a hockey game, returning for Homecoming or connecting with students via the Master Scholars program, DU is always happy to welcome you back to campus.

Things to Know for Your Visit

  • Getting Around Campus

    Even if you graduated last year, there have likely been quite a few changes since you were last here! The maps below will help you find your way around campus.

    Alumni Center

    The Leo Block Alumni Center is officially closed. Construction is underway on the new Burwell Center for Career Achievement, which is scheduled for completion in 2020. 

    In the meantime, the Mary Reed Building will serve as the interim home for DU alumni until construction is complete.

    Find the Mary Reed Building

     

    Parking

    To easily get around campus, we recommend parking in the Cherrington Hall/Mary Reed Hourly Lot. You can find it on the map below. 

    Find Parking

     

    Interactive Campus Map

    Find your way around campus with this interactive map.

    View the Map

  • Where to Stay

    We have many hotel partners in the area to accommodate you. Ask for the special DU alumni rate when you call to make a reservation, as it's usually cheaper than the standard rate.

    Find a Hotel

     

  • Transportation

    There are plenty of options to take you to and from campus.

    Ride Shares

    Lyft and Uber both operate in Denver, and they make it easy to get almost anywhere on-campus or off.

     

    Light Rail

    The light rail station right next to DU serves as a stop on the E, F and H lines. That means you can use the light rail to connect to all of Denver, just a few steps from the center of campus. Getting downtown by rail is quick and easy, and you can even use it to get to and from the airport via the RTD A-Line.

    Once you arrive, just walk across Buchtel Boulevard and south across the campus to the Mary Reed Building, which is located just off S. University Boulevard and E. Warren Avenue.

     

    Car Rental

    Enterprise Rent-a-Car offers year-round discounts on rates for DU alumni. Visit their website or call them at 303-757-3475 and mention DU discount code NA12DU.

     

    Shuttles & Car Service

    Prefer to take a black car or shuttle to DU? The options listed below all serve the DU area.

     

    Taxis

    The following taxi companies operate in the DU area.

     

     

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Alumni Events

From our annual Homecoming festivities to local and regional events, there are countless ways to remain an active member of the DU community.

View the Events Calendar

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Burwell Center groundbreaking

The Burwell Center for Career Achievement

As of March 2019, the Leo Block Alumni Center is officially closed. In its place, construction is now underway on the new Burwell Center for Career Achievement.

The Burwell Center for Career Achievement will provide a place where students, alumni, community and employers come together to advance the professional and personal lives of the DU community. Students can learn how to seek out a fulfilling career, employers can interact with potential job seekers, and alumni can connect with their peers in an inspiring building that reinforces the best qualities of the region.

As the Burwell Center for Career Achievement is scheduled for completion in 2020, the Mary Reed Building will serve as the interim home for DU alumni until construction is complete.

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What's New Around DU & Denver

DU's New Solar Array

The University of Denver is currently installing more than 7,000 solar panels across 18 DU buildings. This array will eventually power 7-8% of DU's energy consumption.

Learn More

Dimond Family Residential Village

Construction is underway on our new Dimond Family Residential Village for first-year students. When complete, it will help foster a sense of belonging and community among the University’s 1,500 first-year students.

Union Station

Denver recently renovated and re-opened its iconic Union Station. With food, drink and events, you're certain to find something of interest.

Explore Union Station

River North Arts District

A former industrial neighborhood now filled with art galleries, restaurants, breweries, distilleries and two urban wineries, RiNo is a neighborhood you don't want to miss while in Denver.

Expore RiNo