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Academic Commons Centers and Services


The Center for World Languages and Cultures is here to support and enrich your study of languages and cultures at DU. Through the exploration and experience of languages and cultures with our local and global communities and partners, we promote engaged learning, teaching, and practice of the world's languages and cultures and integrate languages and cultures into all disciplines and fields of study to build and support interculturally competent communities. Come to the CWLC to work with language coaches, take undergraduate placement or graduate proficiency exams, study less-commonly taught languages, and prepare for study abroad.

Center for World Languages and Cultures Site

Digital Media Services

IT@DU's Digital Media Services, housed in the Anderson Academic Commons, provides audio and video services to students, faculty and staff across campus. Our services fall into the following categories: Campus Classroom SupportEvent Media ServicesVideo Capture and ProductionDigital Conversion Services, the Digital Media Center, the Video Creation StudioAV Installations, and Digital Signs.

Digital Media Services Main Site

IT Help Center

The IT Help Center provides technology support services to DU students, faculty, and staff. Customers can visit in-person in the Anderson Academic Commons, Room 270, request help online, or call 303-871-4700 for assistance. Helpful articles, how-to instructions and online support resources can also be found on the IT Support and Services website tabs or by visiting our Knowledge Base.

IT Help Center Site


The University of Denver Math Center offers free, drop-in tutoring for DU students in any of the following courses: Elements of College Algebra, College Algebra and Trigonometry, Business Calculus, and Calculus I/II/III.

Math Center Site


The mission of the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) is to foster innovation and strengthen practices in teaching, course design and curriculum development to improve learning across the university. OTL staff are available to consult with faculty about how to engage students, course design, teaching online, assessing student learning, and academic technology. OTL offers a wide range of services and programs for DU faculty members.

OTL Site


The Research Center offers expert guidance through the research process from refining a topic to finding and evaluating relevant sources to creating a bibliography. One-on-one research consultations with subject librarians are available to current DU students, faculty, and staff at any stage of the research process. Consultations are held at the Research Center in the Anderson Academic Commons (Main Level, room 240). Phone or Virtual appointments are also available. Contact us via email, phone, or IM, or stop by in person to ask a question or set up an appointment.

Research Center Site


The Science and Engineering Center is a collaborative space staffed by undergraduate and graduate learning assistants (LAs) trained to assist students with first and second year biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering lecture and laboratory courses. Our goal is to help students grow as problemsolvers by assisting with homework sets, lab reports, and preparing for exams. The Science and Engineering Center is not a one-on-one tutoring center, but is rather a support system where students can get guidance from TAs as well as their peers. This center is open to all DU students. All services are free. Located in the north-west corner of the main floor of the Anderson Academic Commons (west of the writing center).

Science & Engineering Center Site

Special Collections and Archives

The mission of the University of Denver Special Collections and Archives Department is to collect, arrange, preserve, and make accessible the permanent records of the University as well as rare and unique collections that support the University's administration, teaching, research, and service. Special Collections and Archives, located on the lower level of the AAC, contains the University Archives, the Beck Memorial Archives, The Dance Archive, and a wide variety of rare books and manuscripts.

Special Collections and Archives Site


The University Writing Program creates a robust culture of writing on campus through 5 main pillars: The First-year Writing Course Sequence taught by 28 teaching professors, the University Writing Center, the Advanced Seminar program, Writing in the Disciplines, and Assessment and Research. Doug Hesse is the Writing Program Executive Director, and Lauren Salvador is the Office Manager.

As one branch of the Writing Program, the University Writing Center (UWC) is directed by Juli Parrish, and Megan Kelly is the assistant director. The UWC staff includes about 35 undergraduate and graduate students who work with any DU writer on any type of writing, from academic work to creative pieces or career materials. The UWC offers various programming and opportunities for faculty to collaborate with Writing Program teaching professors on writing pedagogy and publications. To make an appointment for a 45-minute consultation, you may use our online appointment scheduler.

Writing Program & Center Site