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The University of Denver recognizes and celebrates the wide diversity of religious traditions represented among its students, faculty, staff and administrators. And DU intends that members of all of those traditions are able to find support on campus. Below you will find links to the University's Religious Accommodations policy, as well as links to calendars of the holy days of the world's religious traditions.
The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life passionately advocates for the integration of religious, spiritual and ethical voices and values at the University of Denver.
To that end, the Office
A comprehensive calendar of holy days observed by most of the world's major religious traditions. Not all of the holy days, or days of observance, on this calendar involve food or work restrictions.
Due to limitations of space in the page headers, we've resorted to a Table of Contents! Below, you'll find a brief description of each Chapter tab!
Office: Driscoll Student Center, Suite 29
2050 E. Evans Ave.
Denver, CO 80208
The office is reached by going down the stairs from the bookstore, and turning left. It is the last door on the right. It can also be reached from the west entrance to the building (i.e., from the covered parking lot on Evans Ave.) On the Campus Map, it is found just inside the western entrance to the southern portion of the Driscoll Student Center.
An archive of the first year's "meditations" from the newsletters can be found on the "Archive" page. Click the "Archive" tab above. Subsequent meditations can be found at Chaplain Gary's blogsite: "On a Bike and a Prayer."