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The Office of Student Affairs at the Josef Korbel School is located in Suite 101 of Ben Cherrington Hall. We provide personalized and professional service related to registration, advising, graduation, and other facets of student life. We work with students to develop academic programs that fulfill both personal and professional goals. Student Affairs also works to foster a sense of community at the Josef Korbel School by supporting student groups and keeping everyone informed of meetings, speakers, and events.
Our services are primarily geared toward graduate students; however, the BA program administration is housed within Suite 101 as well and we welcome graduate and undergraduate visitors alike.
For BA program resources, please visit: https://portfolio.du.edu/baints
For information about the programs and services that are available for current students on the greater DU campus, please visit: http://www.du.edu/currentstudents/
Graduate Policy Manual 2014-2015
Graduate Conference Funding
The Korbel Graduate Student Association (KGSA) and the Graduate Student Government (GSG) have a limited number of funds available to support students presenting at conferences.
The Office of Career and Professional Development manages internship funding support. For details, visit the OCPD Portfolio Page.
Language Study Funding
There is a limited amount of funding available to support student language study abroad. To apply, please complete the survey.
Research Assistantships (RA)
Work Study Positions
The Federal Work Study program offers part-time employment for eligible students demonstrating financial need. Work Study jobs range from 10-20 hours per week, and the pay scale starts from $5,000 per academic year.
To be considered for a Federal Work Study position, complete the FAFSA and be sure to check the specific "work study" box to express interest in this opportunity. Funding for work study positions is limited and is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
To learn more about work study funding, please visit the University of Denver's Office of Student Employment website or call 303.871.6792.
Visit the OCPD portfolio page for more information about services, events, and workshops that they offer.
Please fill out the linked form if you are interested in participating in INTS 4632: Qualitative Methods: Working with the Denver Immigrant Community. Please submit by October 24.