If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a trip to campus worth? You can flip through brochures, scan websites, read reviews, and take virtual tours, but nothing beats being here. Only you know which college is right for you. So come and see for yourself. Visit our campus, meet faculty, and talk with students. It's worth it.
Suites, apartments, rooms—living on campus simplifies life and puts you at the center of the action. You’re still just a short bus, bike, or walk to downtown, too.
Double rooms open along a single corridor with large shared bathroom, laundry, lounge areas, and other amenities.
Choose from several suite layouts that cluster bedrooms into something of a pod--perfect for a small group of friends.
Double-occupancy bedrooms (2 and 4 people total) with a living room, kitchen, and bathroom, as well as shared amenities in the building.
Skyhawks belong to more than 50 student-run organizations, from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society to KDUR Radio to the Taekwon-Do Club.
Immerse yourself: Southwest Native cultures, ancient history, natural beauty, trails to hike and bike, rock and ice to climb, music and food and mountains to ski.
If you’re a student, you’re a member. Rent gear, get training, go on guided trips with Outdoor Pursuits.
Art galleries, ancient archaeological sites, historic buildings. Durango is a showcase of human creativity.
From food trucks to coffee shops to live music—Durango offers lively evenings in a cozy, hometown atmosphere.
Minutes to class
Neighbors & friends
Spots to get coffee
Student clubs & organizations
Club + intramural sports
Miles to nearest ski resort