Academic Advising and Discoveries Orientation (AADO) strives to create an inclusive environment that empowers undergraduate students to successfully transition into DU, take ownership over their education, pursue academic interests, engage in learning, and develop a comprehensive network of resources to persist to graduation. AADO administers the undergraduate academic exceptions process, medical/leaves of absence, overloads, common curriculum/undeclared advising, and other student services.
The Center for Advocacy, Prevention and Empowerment (CAPE) provides programs and resources to help promote healthy relationships, teach non-violence and equality and foster a respectful and safe environment for all members of the University of Denver community. CAPE also supports survivor healing by providing advocacy and support for victims of sexual violence, stalking, sexual harassment and relationship violence. All services are confidential and free of charge.
The HCC is an on-campus facility that provides comprehensive medical, mental health, and victim advocacy services. Undergraduates have paid a health fee that gives you access to these services for a very low cost. In the case of CAPE, victim advocacy and support is available for free. Telephone consultation with a medical, mental health, or CAPE advocate is available 24/7. You can learn more at www.du.edu/hcc. The HCC also offers a variety of interactive presentations on health and wellness for student organizations and groups. For more information or to schedule a presentation, visit http://www.du.edu/health-and-counseling-center/healthpromotion/request-a-program.html
When students are responsible for an Honor Code policy violation, Student Conduct works to refocus their behavior, reengage students into our community in a more positive way, and provides opportunities for students to restore the negative impacts of their actions through an inclusive case resolution process.
Parent & Family Relations is committed to engaging parents and families as University of Denver community members through sharing information and support. We consider parents and families to be essential partners in student success and University development. We support family engagement with programming and publications that bring parents and families into a positive partnership with the University so we can all support student educational success and persistence to graduation.