University of Denver - Colorado Women's College has a legacy of educating women for more than 100 years. The University of Denver is the oldest private institution in the Rocky Mountain Region. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks the University among the top 100 universities in the United States.
We are a rigorous academic community with expertise in business, entrepreneurship, information technology, law and society, leadership, philanthropic studies, and communication.
We are recognized as a responsive and innovative leader in women's education where intellectual partnerships ignite personal, professional, and global change. The college celebrates a very diverse student body including students from more than 10 countries.
"I chose Colorado Women's College in part because of the inclusivity and diversity of the student body and faculty. I was also interested in courses in law and society, which are offered. I think that my cultural heritage allows me to see the issues from a different perspective. In the Mythology course, for example, I was able to connect several of the deities with my hometown of Sinop, Turkey. In my international studies, I have been able to link globalization issues to what's going on in Turkey now. The professors and fellow students welcome my thoughts and ideas." -- Hulya O'Brien, Law and Society student