If you started college somewhere else, consider Colorado Women's College for a serious change of pace.
A Serious, Committed Education
You will learn from experienced professors, many of whom have active, ongoing professional or research careers. And you will learn alongside other women who are serious about their education and committed to supporting each other.
In class, we get down to business with intensity, yet we form friendships that matter. We bring the richness of our experiences into class discussions and group projects, making every day an occasion for diverse learning opportunities. We are older and younger. Many of us have busy schedules outside of school that include our careers and families. We are all serious about the changes we can make in our lives, in our professions, and in our communities.
A Flexible Pace
Our class schedule allows you to continue your work and family responsibilities while completing your degree at the pace that suits your life and your goals:
Be Part of Something Bigger
Colorado Women's College is part of the University of Denver, located in stunning Denver, Colorado
At the College, both your learning style and your leadership style matter. That is what you gain by going to a women's college—an environment built for your success. And we have the data to prove it. Studies have consistently shown that women attending a single-sex college report higher incidences of success than women attending coeducational institutions.
Engage Your Brain
Women who attend women's colleges not feel more confident about their intellectual and academic abilities, they actually demonstrate greater intellectual and academic development than similar students at coed schools.
Finish on Time
Graduates from women's colleges were overwhelmingly more likely to have completed their bachelor's degrees in four years or less than those from a flagship public university (87% vs. 54%).
Talk It Over
At women's colleges, 88% of graduates reported frequent and extensive classroom discussions; it is quieter at flagship public universities, where the rate was just 56%.
Choose Colorado Women's College if you are ready to grow intellectually, professionally, and as a leader.
When You're Ready
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