Why should you join a club?
clubs and organizations are a great way to get involved on campus. Joining can
connect you with like-minded individuals, people in the same career paths or
programs, and also push you out of your comfort zone. Clubs focus on a variety
of topics: academic, cultural, faith/spiritual, service, professional development,
and more. Read more
Here at CU Denver, we value expanding horizons. We
encourage each and every one of our CU Denver Business School students to study
abroad before their time studying with us is over. In an increasingly connected
and global society, business expands far beyond US borders. Not only is
studying abroad a learning experience, but it is something that will stick with
you for a lifetime.
Hans Mortimer is excited to begin a new career as a
public accountant after graduating from the MS Accounting program at CU Denver
in the spring of 2020, just one year after enrolling in the program.
Hans’ path to an accounting degree was not
straightforward, but his passion for continued growth and learning drew him
back to school to study accounting. Hans originally studied biology and K-12
education as an undergraduate at the University of California – Berkeley, where
he studied Vitamin A metabolism as a student researcher in the Napoli lab. Read more
Since 2014, the “Walk in U.S., Talk on Japan” program has taken place around the United States, highlighting Japan’s commitment to building stronger relationships between the two countries. On December 1, 2017, a Japanese delegation walked in the U.S., more specifically at the University of Colorado Denver, and talked on Japan. Every year, teams of Japanese citizens led by former, high-ranking Japanese diplomats, travel to the U.S. Read more
A passion for international business and a business school scholarship fueled senior Grecia Portillo to excel academically throughout her years at CU Denver. As a proud Lynx earning a BSBA in International Business, she’s integrated herself in student life by engaging with student government and the International Business Student Network (IBSN).
Portillo was a high-achieving student in high school, receiving nine offers from other universities. Read more