Browse through our different resource categories and discover all the ways we can support students like you.
El Centro was created under the federal Title V grant, which seeks to better services for Latine and low-income students at Hispanic Serving institutions. El Centro forsters Latine student success through programming, workshops, and Latine heritage celebrations. Under the CCL, El Centro centers Latine heritage and offers services to students of all backgrounds. We provide peer advising, bilingual resources for students and families, immigrant and undocumented student support, and a brave and welcoming space for all! To learn more contact us at email@example.com.
The Village is one of Dominican’s mentorship programs, which fosters retention, persistence and graduation for Black and African American students. Students participate in a variety of engagement opportunities each year designed to encourage scholarly, social, and cultural engagement, career readiness, and financial and leadership development. Applications for mentors are available by contacting Assistant Director and Black Student Support Coordinator Jamal Patterson.
Financial Wellness and Scholarship Support
Scholarships are one of the most important tools for making education affordable. Explore the many scholarships offered both at Dominican and a list of external scholarships.
The CCL acknowledges the historical barriers that exist to higher education for communities from lower income and working-class backgrounds. We collaborate with on and off-campus partners to educate students on culturally-relevant ways to manage money and finance their education.
Immigrant Student Support
The CCL proudly supports immigrant students, including currently and formerly undocumented, DACA-mented, TPS, and students in mixed-status families. We recognize the challenges that may arise as result of immigration status and we actively advocate for just policies and access to resources for immigrant students. Our resources include:
Partnership with TheDream.US
Membership to The Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration
The CCL supports many identity-based student groups and hosts events to educate the campus community. Learn more.
The Family Academy is a series of monthly sessions that inform families about university resources, provide an opportunity to meet other families, and learn how to support students throughout their educational journey. Learn more and sign up here.
Join the Family Academy Facebook Group to get involved and receive additional resources.
Support4U: Mental health texting line
Support4U is a mental health crisis hotline for DU students that is available 24/7. They offer confidential assistance by licensed professionals. Text "STAR" to (844) 670-5838 to get started.