David Bruton and Milo the Lynx
Bruton meets CU Denver mascot Milo the Lynx on the athletic fields.
January 15, 2018

Paige Barrette playing guitar in Guatemala5. Student faces formidable foe on long trek to graduation

Paige Barrette still gets ‘teary-eyed’ every time she drives onto the CU Denver campus. After waking up one day at age 14 unable to walk, higher education for the then-straight-A student appeared out of reach.

4. Take an interactive tour of CU in the City

For students, being in the heart of Denver means quick and easy access to a variety of culture, history and entertainment. As you visit CU Denver, we encourage you to explore the vibrant city we call home.

Brian Young at Pence Park3. 10 can’t-miss hikes that are close to campus

We’re back with another out-in-the field tour of top day hikes in the foothills, all just a short drive from the Mile High City. (These trails are suitable for winter excursions, too!)

Salazars with Milo the Lynx2. CU Denver celebrates first named building

Denver philanthropists Lola and Rob Salazar donate $10 million to the student wellness center, saying the student body reflects their belief in the power of hard work and determination to achieve success.

David Bruton at CU Denver1. Back to class for former Denver Broncos star

Concerned about the toll of injuries and concussions, David Bruton Jr.  begins pursuit of a health care degree at CU Denver.

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