College of Architecture and Planning students draw inspiration from our location in the heart of downtown Denver. The city is our laboratory, classroom and playground. Why is Denver such a great place to live and learn? Denver has received many accolades as a healthy and happy city. And if that isn't enough inspiration, watch a video from Visit Denver and start planning your visit right away!
Campus Village offers students an on-campus living community with recreation and dining. It is conveniently close to the University of Colorado Denver and lower downtown (lodo). Check out the Campus Village site to learn more about floor plans and amenities.
Want to live off campus? We have put together a little guide to Denver neighborhoods to help you identify where you might want to live. Check out Denver's neighborhoods.
Student organizations are a great way to network, meet your peers, and start your introduction to the professional community in Denver.
American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
American Planning Association Student Chapter (APAS)
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
Design-Build Institute of America - CU Denver Chapter (DBIA)
Students for Classical Architecture
CU Denver Urban Horticulture Club
College of Architecture and Planning students don't just work in the classroom; they work in studios, labs and libraries. But, being a CU Denver student isn't work all the time. We have a state-of-the-art wellness center too.
The College of Architecture and Planning awarded $188,757 in scholarships for the 2017/2018 academic year. That is over $100,000 MORE than the year before.
Scholarships are just one type of student support we offer. We also assist students through on campus employment in a variety of positions such as: lab monitors, administrative assistants, teaching and research assistants, and paid interns in one of our research centers. Learn about scholarship and funding resources.
It is also important to understand the cost of attendance. Find resources about tuition and fees.