Points of Pride

Colorado Women's College of the University of Denver prides itself on providing a challenging academic experience for a diverse community of women, many of whom are women of color, first generation college students, and for many, are first generation American citizens.

History

The University of Denver was founded in 1864 as Colorado Seminary by John Evans, Colorado Territory's second governor. The seminary closed its doors temporarily after a few years in the unstable economic landscape of Denver's gold rush. However in 1880, Colorado Seminary re-opened as the University of Denver, and in 1888, Colorado Women's College was founded and officially opened it's doors in 1909.

Location & Contact

Colorado Women's College

1901 E. Asbury Avenue,

Denver, CO 80208

United States

Office of Admissions

Degrees Offered

Bachelor's Degree
Pre-Professional and Certificate Programs

Areas of Study

  • Business Administration and Management
  • Communication/Journalism
  • Information Technology
  • Law/Legal Studies