It’s all fun and games until someone has to pass accounting.

April 08, 2015

If you went to school in Denver, you know it’s a fantastic city to live in. More than 300 days of sunshine meant getting outdoors was always an option. It was easy to explore different cultures with museums, art galleries and theater. And if you were in the mood to stand up and cheer, Denver’s seven professional sports teams provided ample opportunity for fanfare.  

But being a student in Denver means you actually have to, you know, study. At Regis University, we pride ourselves on inspiring students to activate their passions toward a degree that’ll help them change the world around them. But we get that going to school in one of the best cities in America can be a little distracting.

Students of Denver, tell us: what was the most difficult part about going to school here? Scraping together cash for lift tickets? Adjusting to the altitude? 6 A.M. phone calls from Mom on the East Coast who always forgets the time difference? Forcing yourself indoors to study while your friends were out at Washington Park?

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