Tutoring and Academic Support Resources
Straight Talk about Plagiarismhttp://bedfordstmartins.com/Catalog/uploadedFiles/Student_Plagiarism_flyer.pdf
Knowing Which Sources to Acknowledgehttp://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/plagiarismtutorial/pages/bcs-main.asp?v=&s=01000&n=00040&i=01040.01&o=
Taking Notes: Knowing Where Each Idea and Word Comes Fromhttp://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/plagiarismtutorial/pages/bcs-main.asp?v=&s=01000&n=00030&i=01030.01&o=
Purdue OWL: Avoiding Plagiarismhttp://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/589/01/
DU Honor Codehttp://www.du.edu/studentlife/studentconduct/honorcode.html
Let's Talk Drop-In Counseling Consultations
Let's Talk provides drop-in counseling consultations for all DU students at locations around campus.
Let's Talk will be held in two locations during the fall, 2017 quarter:
Anderson Academic Commons, Room 329 (Tuesday): 1-2:30pm
Anderson Academic Commons, Room 239 (Wednesday): 11:30am-1:00pm
Sturm College of Law Building, Room 314 (Thursday): 11:45am-1:15pm
*If the office if not staffed during a time listed above, please call the HCC at 303-871-2205 for assistance
911 then 303-871-3000
1-3000 if on campus phone
Non-Emergencies: 303-871-2334 1-2334 if on campus phone
Anonymous Tip Line: 303-871-3130 1-3130 if on campus phone
- Be aware. Awareness of your surroundings can add to your safety. If you think you are being followed, or notice someone who is suspicious, go to a place of calculated security and call Campus Safety.
- Use the "Buddy System" whenever possible. Travel with a trusted friend to minimize your vulnerability. When you go to parties or walk in the community, have a friend with you to assure you both are safe.
- Use DU Shuttle at night. It will be your surest route for safety at night.
- Become familiar with lighted areas when walking at night. The D.U. campus has several well lit sidewalk areas throughout campus. Use these sidewalks after dark.
- Know where the emergency telephones are located. There are dozens of emergency telephones throughout campus. Use these phones to report any crimes or suspicious activityUniversity Disability Support Services
Unlike many other higher education institutions, the University of Denver has two programs that provide support for students with disabilities:
The LEP is a comprehensive, fee-for-service program that provides academic support services beyond basic academic accommodations.
The DSP is a no-cost program that facilitates delivery of basic accommodations to undergraduate and graduate/law students with documented disabilities.
Veteran Services Contact
Veteran Services Coordinator
Office of Graduate Studies
2199 S. University Blvd., Mary Reed Room 024 (Garden Level)
Denver, CO 80208
For more information on Veteran Services
- Emergencies: 911 then 303-871-3000 1-3000 if on campus phone