May 7, 2024

University of Austin Comes to Denver, Colorado

“Life of the Mind” ignites conversations for high school students.

University of Austin Comes to Denver, Colorado

May 7, 2024, AUSTIN, TEXAS – This summer, the University of Austin brings its undergraduate curriculum to high school students through a pre-college, immersive summer program in Denver, Colorado, June 7-9.

The program’s discussion-based, seminar courses will challenge students with college-level coursework, including “The Technology and Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence,” “Democracy and the Good Life,” and “Stravinsky or Swiftie: Which Way, Modern Music?”

“Life of the Mind” is tuition-free, and participants will receive complimentary lunch daily. Participants are responsible for their travel and lodging expenses as applicable, as well as the costs of assigned books and other reading materials. All participants are required to have adult supervision outside of program hours.

The program is designed for rising high school juniors and seniors, and participants must be at least 15 years old.

Learn more and register here.


The University of Austin (UATX) is a new private, nonprofit, nonsectarian university in Austin, Texas, dedicated to the fearless pursuit of truth. Its innovative undergraduate curriculum combines the rich inheritances of the past with the most compelling ideas and initiatives of the present. Each student will undertake a four-year Polaris Project to build, create, or discover something that serves humanity. The University of Austin's inaugural freshman class will begin their journey in the fall of 2024.


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