Enrichment Program

Simply for the Love of Learning

The Enrichment Program connects you to the University of Denver's outstanding faculty, facilities, and programming and Denver's rich cultural community through non-credit courses and one-night lectures.

We cater to the curious in the Denver metro area and beyond who want to enjoy evening and weekend classes, either live on Zoom or on campus, in a wide range of subjects: from history and contemporary issues to science, literature, and the arts. The Enrichment Program also offers free lectures through the Back-to-School Sampler series at the beginning of each term (on Zoom) and through the new R1 Research With Impact Lectures (in-person, on campus). Scroll down to learn more.

Enrichment Program - Lifelong Learning at University of Denver
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Registration Now Open for Winter/Spring Courses and Lectures

Check out the latest catalog of over 60 multi-week courses and one-night lectures on current events, history, science, literature, music, art, religion and more.

This term students can learn from a former FBI agent, certified nutrition coach, an art historian and a former U.S. ambassador, to name a few. Certain classes are available only on campus, while others are offered exclusively on Zoom. To register the day a class starts, call Student Support at
303-871-2291 for assistance.

learning never stops

The University of Denver has earned the highest level of research designation possible from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, joining a small and prestigious list of other Research 1 (R1) classified universities in the U.S.

Help us celebrate DU's R1 designation and experience the scholarship of cutting-edge research with these free lectures.

R1 Research With Impact Lectures
Mar. 13 and Apr. 4
6:30-8:00 pm MT
In-person, on campus

Registration is required for the Research With Impact lectures.

Hear from Our Students

Enrichment Program students appreciate the opportunity to pursue lifelong learning at the University of Denver, where quality instruction meets outstanding facilities. Hear what our students have to say...

Registration Information

Enrichment Program students may enroll and pay for non-credit classes online or by telephone by calling our Student Support Center at 303-871-2291. The Student Support team can answer questions Mon.-Fri., 8:30 am-4:30 pm MT.

When registering for more than one person, please create separate online registrations/accounts or register by phone. 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.

Winter and spring classes meet January 17-May 11, and on-campus and online options are available. Registered students will be informed of classroom location(s) or Zoom link(s) before the first class session.

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Apply for an Enrichment Program Scholarship

The Enrichment Program is pleased to offer a limited number of partial scholarships towards the cost of one Enrichment course.

Enrichment Program Scholarship Requirements
  • Limited to one scholarship per qualifying student per calendar year.
  • Scholarships no greater than 50% off course price for qualifying courses.
  • Early application is suggested as funds are limited.
  • Final decisions on awards will be made no later than two-to-three weeks prior to start of class.
  • Applicants will be notified by phone or email if a scholarship is granted.
  • Based on course availability.
Give to Scholarship

Help spread the joy of learning for the love of it and donate to the Enrichment Program scholarship fund.

Our Partners

The Enrichment Program extends a heartfelt thank you to past and current partners across the Front Range for their outstanding support.

Contact Information

Program Contact
Lynn Wells
Charles Stillwagon
Program Manager