The James C. Kennedy Mountain Campus at the University of Denver
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DENVER, Oct. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, October 5, the University of Denver (DU) unveiled a plan that significantly enhances the University's student experience and its impact on the Rocky Mountain Region. Chancellor Jeremy Haefner announced that DU has acquired 724 acres of land in Colorado's Larimer County, adjacent to Roosevelt National Forest, and two hours northwest of Denver. This wilderness mountain setting will make up the James C. Kennedy Mountain Campus and distinguish DU as the only U.S. university that integrates an urban and mountain experience for all its students.
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