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The University of Denver (DU) was founded in 1864 and is almost as old as the city of Denver itself. This private institution is home to around 11,000 students. The university was founded as Colorado Seminary by the territory’s then-governor John Evans, with the backing of the Methodist Church, and became the University of Denver in 1880.
A broad spectrum of studies is available at DU, with over 100 undergraduate programmes and 120 graduate programmes.Experiential learning has a high profile at DU. Students are encouraged to take on community projects, research and internships, and many choose to study abroad
Notable alumni from UD include major political and business figures such as former US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice, Home Depot CEO Carol Tomé and Coors Brewery chairman Peter Coors.
2199 South University Blvd, Denver, Colorado, 80208, United States