• Included Below

    • Important Contact Information
    • Graduate Process-Who to Contact for What
    • Academic Year Calendar
    • Coursework Plan
    • Media, Film & Journalism Studies Facilities
    • Anderson Academic Commons & University Libraries
    • Graduate Student Government
    • Graduate Students of the Four Faculties
    • Quick Copy, Bookstore
  • Important Telephone Numbers

  • Important Telephone Numbers.pdf

  • Graduate Process--Who to Contact for What

  • Graduate Process Explained.pdf

  • Academic Year Calendar

  • 2020-2021calendar.pdf

  • 2021-2022calendar.pdf

  • Coursework Plan

  • Coursework Plan: Media and Globalization (PDF)

  • Coursework Plan: Strategic Communication (PDF)

  • Media, Film & Journalism Studies Facilities

  • The Media, Film & Journalism Studies Building is open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The main office is open every day from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. except for occasional lunch breaks. Security is very important at the University of Denver. Building doors are locked after 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday and on weekends. Students who have classes after 5:30 p.m. are required to apply for building access. This is handled during orientation or in classes during the first week of each quarter.

    Computer Lab

    The MFJS Building has one computer lab available to students. As this lab is also used as a classroom, open hours are posted outside the door every quarter. After hours access is granted only to students who are enrolled as an MFJS major. Please contact Peggy Marlow at peggy.marlow@du.edu to request after hours access.

    Printer

    The MFJS building is equipped with an ID-card swipe printer. Use of this public printer counts toward a student’s printing allotment. Instructions are located at the printing station.

    Video Lab and Production Area

    To gain access to the video lab and production area (including editing suites) students MUST be enrolled in a video production course or be enrolled in a video-related independent study. Students will receive information regarding access during the first week of their video-related course.

  • Anderson Academic Commons and University Libraries

  • The Anderson Academic Commons brings together the University of Denver’s top library and academic-support services in one place to support and enhance how students learn. The new building is the campus centerpiece for collaborative, technology-infused teaching, learning and engagement.

    The resources and services of University Libraries are developed and maintained primarily for members of the University of Denver community. All DU students, faculty, and staff have unrestricted access to collections and services as well as a range of borrowing privileges. A valid university ID is required to borrow material from the Library. The Lending Desk is located at the south end of the Anderson Academic Commons (main level) and is open every hour that the Main Library is open. For updated library hours and for extended hours during final examination periods, visit the AAC website.

  • Graduate Student Government

  • The Graduate Student Government (GSG) is a council of all the Graduate Student Associations (GSAs) at the University of Denver. The GSG has two goals. One is to foster a sense of community among graduate students. The other is to represent that community and its interests at DU.

    GSG is the DU graduate community’s representative student government body. As your representative, it is here to serve you and advocate for your interests and concerns. Visit the GSG web page.

  • Graduate Students of the Four Faculties

  • Graduate Students of the Four Faculties (GSFF) is a graduate student run organization at the University of Denver. Overall, GSFF has two main goals. The first goal of this organization is to help fund the conference endeavors of graduate students in the departments of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Math, and Engineering and Computer Science. The partial funding that is awarded to graduate students each quarter helps to ease the financial expenses that most conferences create due to the combined costs of airfare, hotel, and numerous conference fees.

    The second goal of GSFF is to discuss and/or address any issues that may arise pertaining to graduate students’ needs at DU. In addition to discussing and addressing these issues, a member of the GSFF Executive Council attends all GSG (Graduate Student Government) meetings to voice any concerns and/or issues that GSFF (including the graduate students represented by GSFF) wants to express. If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact one of the GSFF officers or your departmental representative.

    Visit the GSFF web page on Portfolio.

  • Quick Copy, Bookstore

  • The University Quick Copy Center is located in the DU Bookstore in the Driscoll University Center South. Staff can assist with general photocopy needs as well as presentation binding and assembly and large format printing. To learn more, visit their web page.

This portfolio last updated: 05-Aug-2020 3:29 PM