Shape Their Minds: Study Education at CU Denver
Do you love working with children? Do you have a passion for education? If you’ve answered yes to both of those questions then you may want to consider getting a degree in Education here at the University of Colorado Denver. There are many reasons why someone would like to study Education. For one, there are those who want to become teachers. Others have a general interest in education and want to broaden their knowledge. The CU Denver School of Education & Human Development has outstanding faculty and programs, and is the largest graduate school of education in Colorado. But don’t … Read More
Why Do We Have Midterms?
It’s like we’re in a race to get to the finish line – the finish line being the first day of Fall Break! Everyone has been working so hard this semester and it’s almost time for our first holiday break, but before you can relax and head home for turkey you have to battle through midterms. We can hear the collective “UGH” now, but don’t worry! So why do we even have midterms? Do they serve a purpose? You bet they do! Midterms serve several purposes for students and faculty. If you’re a first-year student, midterms can help you adjust … Read More
Study Abroad Opportunities at CU Denver
The idea of studying abroad is a huge decision and can sometimes seem too overwhelming to do. There are fears such as, what if I don’t make any friends? What if I miss home? How will I afford it? These questions, plus many others, are asked often by our students here at CU Denver. Our Global Education/Study Abroad team in the Office of International Affairs has all the answers students need to feel comfortable studying abroad. When you study abroad, you are giving yourself the opportunity to internationalize your education and your life. This valuable opportunity will help you experience … Read More
Real Talk: Emergency Preparedness
As much as we love to talk about how awesome your college experience is going to be, we also want to make sure that you’re prepared for anything that life throws at you, both in and out of class. Now that you’re on your own, it’s important to make sure that you are prepared for anything, even emergencies. Although we have many student resource facilities to help you out like the Health Center, Student Counseling, Police and Security, and more. Taking a few steps now to prepare for an emergency can help you big time in the long run. Here … Read More