Spring Break on a Student Budget
You’ve worked hard all year and summer just isn’t coming fast enough. Spring break is the perfect opportunity to put your studies aside and have some fun! We want you to stay safe and have an awesome break without maxing out your credit cards. Here is a list of 5 tips to help you stay within your budget. 1. Road Trip Flying is pretty expensive for a college student on a budget. If you’re planning on going somewhere within the country, grab a few friends and road trip! Splitting gas expenses will save everyone money and nothing is more fun … Read More
Milo Turns One!
Happy birthday Milo! Every great university has a mascot proudly supporting the community, and on February 18th we celebrated the 1st birthday of our cute, fuzzy, and incredibly energetic mascot Milo the Lynx. Milo was created by the Student Government Association to create a sense of pride and identity for the CU Denver community. Milo (the name comes from a combination of “Mile High City” and “Lower Downtown”) exemplifies everything CU Denver represents and supports. Since he burst onto the scene last year, Milo has cheered on Club Sports teams, supported student and alumni events, and has even done some … Read More
Feeling Sick? Campus Health Resources
Spring is just around the corner and it looks like a finish line for students who made it through the winter illness-free, but another wave of cold and flu is rolling through campus so you aren’t in the clear yet! This is the time of year where we remind students to take care of themselves and seek medical attention when necessary. Right now, finals are still a few months away and the slopes are looking pretty good. Although we want you to balance work and play (and we can’t deny the snow up there – it’s great!), make sure that … Read More
Study Sociology at CU Denver
You love talking to people and figuring out what makes them tick. When you’re in a group of peers, you tend to listen to the conversation more than contribute to it. If this sounds like you, you may want to consider a sociology degree at CU Denver. Sociology is the study of group life: its characteristics, changes, causes, and consequences. When you study sociology, you learn about scientific and humanistic perspectives in the study of urban and rural life, family patterns and relationships, social change, intergroup relationships, social class, environments, technology and communications, health seeking behavior, as well as social … Read More