Welcome to the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver

Welcome to the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver

to the Daniels College of Business
at the University of Denver

Congratulations on being admitted to MBA@Denver, the online MBA program from the Daniels College of Business.

You will need to complete the following tasks before you begin classes. Select each step to view detailed instructions.

  1. Set up your student email. You will receive all official communication through your DU email address.
  2. Apply for financial aid.
  3. Connect with Student Success. One of our Student Success advisors will give you a call to welcome you to the program and discuss next steps.  
  4. Attend your mandatory training session. Student Success will reach out to you with the date and time of your “Program Expectations and Systems Overview” training session.

    This session will help you understand what to expect as a student in the program and how you can use the various MBA@Denver systems and platforms. You’ll also learn how to navigate 2DU and access your online classes.

  5. Register for classes.
  6. Purchase course materials.
  7. Order your student ID. You will use your student ID to receive discounts and access university resources.
  8. Review important university contacts.
  9. Bookmark student resources. Draw from the list of Student Success’ top-five recommended bookmarks, including the schedule of classes, 2DU and du.edu.
  10. If you have not done so already, be sure to order official transcripts from ALL post-secondary schools you attended. Official transcripts are due at the start of classes.

    All transcripts should be sent to the following address:
    University of Denver
    Graduate Admissions
    2199 S. University Blvd.
    Denver, CO 80208

    Transcripts can also be sent electronically to registrar@du.edu. Any other form of delivery will not be accepted.

    Please note: To be considered an official transcript, the transcript must be sent directly from your institution(s) or through an electronic transcript vendor retained by that institution. Transcripts submitted by enrolled or prospective students are considered unofficial documents, even if they are in a sealed envelope provided to you by the issuing university.