The University of Denver is embarking on an era of transformation. The Denver Advantage Campus Framework Plan seeks to re-envision the University of Denver campus as “a vibrant college town in the heart of the city.” The first step in this project involves the construction of a new residence hall and Community Commons next-door to Morgridge’s Katherine Ruffatto Hall. As we in the Morgridge community continue to build strong practical and pedagogical foundations for educators and students, the University joins us in building strong physical foundations that truly represent our collective commitment to positively shape the Denver area.

Below you will find useful information to help you get around campus during this exciting time. Please check back periodically as we make updates.

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Construction Communication Bulletins

Building Access


Katherine Ruffatto Hall

The construction process is expected to take two years. During that time, all entrances to Katherine Ruffatto Hall will remain accessible.

Driscoll North will be closed on 10/22/2018. Fencing will be erected in the areas noted on this image beginning 11/19/18.

Please note that the newly improved “Z” crosswalk by Anderson Academic Commons at Evans Ave. is now open. The crosswalk in-between Driscoll and Ruffatto Hall on Race St. and Evans Ave. will be installed in December 2018.

Parking Options


062818 KRH Area Public Parking

Public Parking

Public parking is available in the four lots highlighted on this map. The cost to park in these lots is $2.00/hour with a maximum rate of $8.00 for the day. Payment by meter, pay station, or scratch-off permit required. Pay stations accept coins, bills, Visa, and MasterCard. Meters accept coins, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. Additionally, a temporary day pass may be purchased from Parking Services during posted office hours.

**Public parking will also be made available in the Fisher Early Learning Center (FLC) lot from 5:30pm – 10:00pm Monday-Friday and all day Saturday-Sunday. Rates for this lot are $2.00/hour.

Faculty, Staff, & Student Parking

All faculty, staff, and students have the opportunity to purchase yearlong parking permits. Please contact DU Parking Services to determine specific lot availability and parking permit fees. Students will be able to view spaces available beginning July 16th.

Street Parking

There is limited street parking available off-campus. These spots have varied time limitations and are strictly enforced by the City of Denver.

Getting Around


ofo Bikeshare

Students, faculty, and staff can now unlock and ride one of the 200 yellow ofo bikes located across campus,.When you are done with your ride, park it in any bikeshare parking box painted on campus. If you chose to ride off of campus, you may park your bike at any bike rack in the city, or at the side of neighborhood streets in the right of way. Rides may end anywhere in the pilot area (from Alameda Ave. to Hampden Ave., South Broadway to Colorado Boulevard/I-25).

How OFO Works:

  1. Download the “ofo” app.
  2. Unlock bike by scanning the QR code on bike.
  3. Ride! Park the bike in a marked DU parking location. Slide lock back into place to end ride.

OFO Fees

  • Pay-Per-Ride: .50/Hour
  • Per Month: $9.95
  • Per Semester: $35.95
  • Annual: $69.95

Chariot Campus Shuttle

The campus shuttle, powered by Chariot, is expected to be operating by the start of fall classes. The 12-15 passenger shuttles will be free to students who can book a ride via the app. The shuttle will initially stop at one of the proposed six locations: University Station, the Ritchie Center, the administrative office building, Warren Circle, lot H1/H2, and Nagel Hall.

The shuttle is now available to students, faculty, and staff from 7:00am to 7:00pm every day. For full instructions on using Chariot, click here.

How Chariot Works:

  1. Free! Offered at no charge to campus riders with a @du.edu email address!
  2. Download the Chariot App
  3. Search Routes to find your DU stop
  4. Check In
  5. Board!

DU Route Stops (map at left)

  • University Station
  • Ritchie Center
  • Administrative Office Building
  • Warren Circle
  • Lot H1/H2
  • Nagel Hall

Building for the Future


Once completed, the new Residence Hall and Community Commons will provide MCE with a front-row seat to some of the most vibrant venues on campus — just steps from fire pits, eateries, and creative gathering spaces.

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