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University of Denver. Business College

 Organization

Sources

Business College founded in 1881.
Sources Breck, A.D. (1996). From the rockies to the world (pg. 71); University of Denver. Circular of Information of the University of Denver and Colorado Seminary and General Catalogue, 1883, pg. 22. States that the Business College was founded 2 years prior to 1883.
Business College discontinued in 1895 – “no business college in any way related to DU.”
Sources University Bulletin, Vol. 1, No. 2, October, 1895.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, issue 48, 1958 April 22

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Identifier: clarion_v034i48_19580422
Abstract CCC Celebrates Fiftieth Year – Program Commemorates Founding, Guests Review Education in Business. DU’s Bizad College Measures Fifty Years of Growth, Service. Bizad Quarterly to be Distributed During Holiday.
Dates: 1958 April 22

The Denver Clarion, vol. 88, issue 45, 1983 April 25

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Identifier: clarion_v088i45_19830425
Abstract Fallek Gift Will Assist DU Business Students. Senate Will Plan Advising Center For Fall Quarter. Alarm Malfunction Raises Investigation.
Dates: 1983 April 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 90, issue 14, 1984 October 25

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Identifier: clarion_v090i14_19841025
Abstract South Wing of Driscoll Center Opened Oct. 22. Business College Plans Evaluations of Courses, Teachers.
Dates: 1984 October 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 90, issue 33, 1985 February 22

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Identifier: clarion_v090i33_19850222
Abstract Smith Responds to Controversial News Story. 5 Students Selected as Outstanding Business Graduates. Dining Services Committee Initiates Meeting Feb. 5.
Dates: 1985 February 22

The Denver Clarion, vol. 91, issue 29, 1986 February 6

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Identifier: clarion_v091i29_19860206
Abstract Business Students Invited to Fifth Annual MCI. Revised Constitution Presented to AUSA Senate for Discussion.
Dates: 1986 February 6

The Denver Clarion, vol. 107, issue 12, 2000 February 3

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Identifier: clarion_v107i12_20000203
Abstract Parking restrictions surprise campus. Business school ranked in top 25 by Forbes.
Dates: 2000 February 3