The Enrichment Program connects the intellectually curious adult to DU's outstanding faculty, facilities, and programming, and Denver's rich cultural community through non-credit courses. With adult education offered via short evening and weekend classes, you can explore a wide range of subjects: from history and contemporary issues to science, literature, and the arts—without the pressures of exams, grades, or admission requirements.
Free Classes in August
Hold the Dates - Registration Opens July 6
Aug. 23-26, 7-9 pm MT
Join new and returning instructors as they offer a Back-to-School Fall Preview Smorgasbord of classes on Sustainability, the Pacific Ocean, Jazz, Antarctica, Colorado Energy, Virgil, Goya and Dementia/Alzheimer's. Make plans now to attend one or all evenings with a friend or relative.
We hope you enjoyed your Winter/Spring 21 Enrichment Program courses and we thank our dedicated faculty for providing outstanding learning experiences. To our students, we extend our gratitude for your enthusiasm and your commitment to lifelong learning. Fall 21 courses are in development and registration opens July 6.
Safety protocols currently prohibit Enrichment Program courses from being offered on campus this fall at the University of Denver. As soon as it's possible, the Enrichment Program intends to offer a selection of in-person and online courses, hopefully starting in 2022. Thanks to everyone who helped inform the decision to offer both modalities by responding to our return-to-campus survey.
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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...
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"The strength of the program is due to an outstanding faculty that has a great breadth of knowledge and experience. Courses consistently give interesting and informative material that appeals to a diverse group of students."
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 (Hours: M-F, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm MT). Questions about registration? Contact our Student Support Center for assistance (303-871-2291).
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.
All fall classes will be held online via Zoom. Zoom links are sent to class registrants approximately seven days prior to the start of class, and again the day before as a reminder.
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.
- 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.
Help spread the joy of learning for the love of it and donate to the Enrichment Program scholarship fund.
The Enrichment Program extends a heartfelt thank you to past and current partners across the Front Range for their outstanding support.