Welcome to Morgridge College of Education! The Morgridge College of Education continues to be one of the largest colleges at DU, with more than 800 current students and growing. Its diverse student body, rigorous programs, small classes, and robust internship opportunities create an unmatched, vibrant learning environment where students are engaged and flourish. Located in Denver, the 16th most educated city in the nation, student have numerous opportunities to grow as a professional through many incontext learning experiences. As a new member of this growing community, we want to make sure that you have access to all the superb resources DU and Morgridge College of Education have to offer.
If you are interested in learning more about student life at MCE, contact our MCE Student Ambassadors for a tour or friendly conversation.
For more information about your Graduate Career at MCE visit, Contact Us.
is the One-Stop-Shop for all your financial aid and academic needs. Here you can registrar for classes, browse the catalog, pay bills, connect with other students, and much more.
Anderson Academic Commons
is a tremendous resource for articles, books, and visual materials. It is also home to the many centers to assist your research, writing, math, physics and chemistry, digital media, teaching, technology and more.
Ritchie Fitness Center
offers students free Coor Fitness Gym memberships that include access to personal trainers, work out machines, weights, and classes. The Ritchie center is also home to many collegiate and club sport teams that students can participate with.
Many graduate students live near campus or the surrounding area, however there are a variety of housing opportunities throughout the greater Denver metro area. Finding housing for your graduate career can be difficult so we wanted to collect and share all the resources DU and MCE has to offer.
On- Campus Living
DU offers several on-campus housing options for undergraduates and graduate students. Housing has limited space and those with housing grants will receive preference.
If you are thinking about living in a residence hall on campus at DU, make sure to review the Guide to Residence Living .
If you are looking for off-campus housing, DU offers some DU owned housing and suggests places to begin your search.
If you are looking for roommates or for other living opportunities, check out postings by other students on the social media sites associated with DU and MCE below:
The University of Denver also offers on campus parking for student, faculty and staff. Student permits range from $81.00 a year for a night/weekend general lot pass, to $444.00 for a reserved garage spot for the academic year. All permits are sold online at www.parking.du.edu.
If you are interested in biking to campus, DU offers a bike sharing program among other valuable bike resources. To find out more information about the support and resources for bikers at DU view the DU website here.
The Office of Student Employment connects DU students with employers on campus and in the Denver area. Whether you are a student seeking a job or an employer searching for a reliable student employee, they will provide you with the guidance, resources and advice you need.
Work-study is a need-based financial aid award that allows undergraduate and graduate students to work on campus or with an approved community service employer to earn money to pay for college expenses. It is not a grant or loan; you must work to earn it, and you don’t have to repay it.
DU On-Campus Employment
The University of Denver offers exciting career opportunities in a broad spectrum of specializations. The University is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff. Please consider the career opportunities available at the University of Denver; when you join our faculty and staff, you become part of a dynamic team united by a bold vision: to create a great private University dedicated to the public good.
DU Career Services
Career Services offers all University students and alumni access to a campus-wide network—including personalized advising, employer contacts, the Pioneer Careers internship and job board (updated daily), UCAN internships resources, quarterly job and career fairs, alumni connections, interview assistance, career assessments and more.
The University of Denver has a long standing great relationship with it’s community. Thus, many local companies and residents post job opportunities seeking for qualified and responsible DU students.
The Morgridge College of Education has a number of clubs and student organizations that are excellent ways to get involved in the Morgridge community and your field of choice. To learn more check out our student organizations section.
The University of Denver also has a number of clubs and student organizations that students are eligible to participate in. For more information check out the University of Denver’s student organization page.
Welcome to Denver! Denver is home to a wide range of exceptional urban amenities, including world-class museums, award-winning restaurants, trendy clubs and shopping areas, and some of the best teams in major league sports. Add to that one of the nation’s largest city park systems, 90 golf courses and 650 miles of paved bike paths, and you realize why Denver is the place to be.
Whether you’re an athlete, a fan or both, you’ll enjoy season after season of fun, excitement and anticipation. DU has countless recreational opportunities such as ice-skating, swimming, and the state-of-the-art Coors Fitness Center to keep you in top competitive—or cheering—form year-round.
Fine Arts, Music, and Theatre
The Lamont School of Music presents nearly 300 concerts every year and 250 concerts are on us – that means 250 of these performances are absolutely free and many do not require tickets. Concerts and events, except Operas, Lamont Society events, and fundraisers, are free to all students and University of Denver faculty and staff.
Concerts that may sell out require free tickets:
- Lamont Symphony Orchestra concerts also have reserved seating available in the Parterre section for $5.
- Tickets are $10 for Faculty Recitals and Guest Artist Performances.
- Lamont Opera Theatre performances are reserved seating and tickets range in price from $11 to $30.
Are you interested in a graduate program in the University of Denver Morgridge College of Education? Webinars are a great way to learn about Morgridge and our programs.
To access live webinars click HERE
View the webinars previously recorded on various dates: