Watch this short video on registering for your University College course
For a more detailed step-by-step guide to registering online for Enrichment Program courses, download these instructions.
Enrichment Program students may enroll and pay for non-credit classes online, by telephone at 303-871-2291, or in person at:
2211 South Josephine Street
Denver, CO 80208
When registering for more than one person, please either register by phone or complete separate online registrations.
Enrollments are filled on a "first come, first served" basis. Auditing a non-credit class provided by the Enrichment Program is not an option.
Payment for classes is due upon enrollment and may be made by cash, credit card (MasterCard, VISA, American Express, and Discover), or check.
Occasionally, discounts are offered for the Enrichment Program. Students may register by phone or online to receive their course discount; however, when registering online be sure to enter the appropriate discount code or related information where indicated. If you qualify for a discount, but do not have the related code, please call the Student Support Center, 303-871-2291. Note: Only one discount can be applied per non-credit course.
Because Enrichment Program classes are offered in abbreviated scheduling formats, students generally cannot be added to a course after the initial class session. Students may withdraw from the class at any time during the term by contacting the Student Support Center. 100% refunds will be made for those classes dropped at least two business days before the first class period. Students dropping a class after the two-business-days limit will receive no refund.
When Enrichment Program classes are filled, a waitlist is maintained. Should space become available during the registration period, students will be notified. The Student Support Center is responsible for maintaining the waitlist.
Every attempt is made to deliver all scheduled Enrichment Program classes. When extenuating circumstances occur, such as low enrollments or instructor illness, course cancellations may be necessary. When possible, cancellations are made approximately one week in advance of the beginning of the course and students are notified immediately via e-mail or telephone by Student Support Center staff. A full refund will be issued.
Classroom and building locations are generally provided to students upon registration via a confirmation email from the Student Support Center. Students also can find their class location listed under the online course schedule by clicking here and searching for the course.
The Enrichment Program offers free parking at designated 300-series Visitor Lots. Students enter a special parking code at designated pay stations. Please see parking instructions and map included with your registration information.
The parking code is to be used solely for parking during Enrichment Program courses and should not be used during other times, nor should it be shared. Violation of the intended use of the parking code will result in fines assessed by Parking Services and possibly booting or towing of your vehicle.
Students may also seek self-pay parking closest to their classroom location. A detailed parking map is also available on the DU website at www.parking.du.edu.
Please note: The Enrichment Program is not responsible for any parking tickets received or other parking expenses incurred. For parking-related questions, please call Parking Services, 303-871-3210.
DU is located just off I-25. Public transportation to campus includes bus and light rail. The DU light rail station is located near the intersection of S. Buchtel and High St., within walking distance of campus. For more information, visit RTD.
Enrichment Program course instructors may require textbooks and course materials. Notification regarding texts and other materials is included in the Course Details document within student’s confirmation email. Students may buy their textbooks through the bookstore of their preference. In most cases, the DU Bookstore has all required and optional books in stock and available for accessing in person or online. Before coming to campus, however, students should call the bookstore to ensure the text is available. The DU Bookstore is located in the Driscoll Center South at 2050 East Evans Avenue.
Enrichment Program instructors are not required to hold office hours. However, instructors generally provide their contact information to students at the first class.
Students interested in using the University Library within Anderson Academic Commons should first contact University College Student Support Center at 303-871-2291.
In order to support the academic integrity of its courses, University College ensures that every class session is held. Therefore, the university will close only in severe weather conditions. All classes that are canceled due to weather will be rescheduled. Notice of closings will be available via local radio and television stations as well as the DU website.
Students are encouraged to visit www.du.edu/emergency to sign up for automated emergency information which, in addition to receiving important emergency-related notifications, also includes notice of snow/weather closures. Emergency whistles are also available through Campus Safety.
Escorts: Campus Safety offers a walking escort for students who do not want to walk on campus alone after dark. Escorts will walk you to and from any location on campus. To request an escort, call 303-871-2334.
Upon request, University College is pleased to provide a Certificate of Completion for any Enrichment Program course fully attended. Please click on the link, download the form, and follow the instructions therein. For questions or more information, please call 303-871-3801 or 303-871-3610.
Students who require accommodations due to a documented disability should contact the Disability Services Program (DSP) at 303-871-2372 upon registration or no later than three weeks prior to the beginning of the term.
All members of the University community are entrusted with the responsibility of observing certain ethical codes and values as they relate to the academic integrity and general welfare of the University community. The instructor has the authority and responsibility to establish and maintain a climate for learning. If a student becomes disruptive, the instructor will either ask them to leave or call Campus Security for assistance.
The University expects each student enrolled at the University of Denver to follow the Standards of Conduct in order to promote a safe and civil campus environment. For a complete listing of the Standards, http://www.du.edu/studentlife/studentconduct.
- Emergency: 303-871-3000
- Campus Safety/Security: 303-871-2334
- University College Student Support Center: 303-871-2291
- Classroom Locations: 303-871-2291
- DU Bookstore: 303-871-3251
- Disability Services Program: 303-871-2372
- Parking Services (Hours: M-F, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm): 303-871-3210
- University Operator(Hours: M-F, 8 am - 5 pm): 303-871-2000