Student Resources - Metropolitan State University of Denver (2024)

Jun 11, 2024
2024-2025 Undergraduate Catalog

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MSU Denver offers a variety of resources to help students as they pursue their academic goals. Commonly accessed resources are included below as links to the services. Most services are available at no additional cost to the student. Students are encouraged to visit each resource listed to understand the benefits associated with each, and for details on how to access applicable services.

  • Academic Advising
  • Access Center - Student disability accommodation and support services
  • Auraria Immunizations - Coordination of the State mandated immunization requirement and additional immunization services.
  • Brother 2 Brother - A mentoring program focused on academic success and social support for African-American men.
  • C2Hub Scholarship Support - Fosters a community of scholars through leadership activities, proactive coaching, scholar events, and professional development.
  • Campus Recreation - A place to build community through healthy living outlets such as working out, group fitness classes, personal training, sports leagues, open recreation, outdoor pursuits and leadership programs.
  • CARE Team - Provides assessment and case management support for students who are struggling or who may be displaying behaviors of concern.
  • Center for Advanced STEM Education - Assists STEM majors through academic, financial, and peer mentor supports.
  • Center for Equity and Student Achievement (CESA)
  • Civic Engagement Program - Offering educationally meaningful service opportunities that positively impact the community and provide opportunities for students to develop as engaged citizens.

  • Classroom to Career Hub - Provides relevant and impactful career development for the full student body.
  • College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) - Designed to meet the academic, financial, and social needs of migrant/seasonal farmworkers and their children in pursuing higher education.
  • Counseling Center- Individual and group therapy, crisis intervention and outreach to students.
  • COVID-19 Impacts and Responses - Campus-related COVID updates and information
  • Dean of Students Office - The hub for student support and referrals. Manages/addresses student conduct matters, offers student conflict resolution services, and supports students and the community with other needs.
  • EPIC Scholars Program - Supports independent students transitioning from foster care, kinship care, adoption, or group homes.
  • Excel Programs - Pre-collegiate and retention services for students in select Adams county and Aurora Public schools.
  • Exploratory Advising
  • Fraternities and Sororities
  • Gender Institute for Teaching and Advocacy (GITA) - Holistically supports students affected by sexism and other intersecting oppressions through academics, advocacy, and services, which include academic advising, scholarship assistance, advocacy and problem solving, wellness and lactation rooms, a snack stop, and space for community organizing.

  • Health Center at Auraria - Medical and Mental Health services for students
  • Healthy Pursuits - Free Group Fit and Mind Body Fitness Classes
  • Honors Program
  • Immigrant Services - Refugee, immigrant students, ASSET, DACA, and English Language Learner support.
  • Immunization Program
  • Individualized Degree Program - Create your own major and minor
  • International Studies - Study abroad opportunities, Exchange Programs, Fullbright Student Award, Erasmus Scholarships.
  • Internships- Support forstudents in finding paid or unpaid internship opportunities and gaining academic credit for the experience.
  • LGBTQ Student Resource Center
  • Met Media - Student newspaper, radio, arts/literary magazine, and news broadcasts
  • Metro Meritus - Lifelong learning for older adults
  • MSU Denver Student Insurance - Manages the Student Health Insurance Plan
  • Orientation - Provides in-person and online programming to support students in successfully starting and engaging in their college experience.
  • Pathways to Possible
  • Peer Mentoring - Provides peer-to-peer support to help students navigate their career path and connect to campus resources.
  • Phoenix Center at Auraria - Interpersonal violence prevention, awareness, and support
  • Prior Learning Assessment - Turn work and significant experience into college credit
  • Registrar’s Office
  • Rowdy’s Corner (formerly Roadrunner Food Pantry) - Provides food resources and community referrals for current MSU Denver students.
  • Roadrunners Give Back Volunteer Program
  • Roadrunners Interested in Developing English Skills (RIDES) - Intensive writing support for multilingual students
  • Service Learning Program - Classroom learning combined with community-based service. This is a great way to gain real world experience through classwork.
  • Student Care Center - The hub for student support and referrals. Services include non-clinical case management, student emergency fund, DREAMer emergency fund, roadrunner food pantry, Epic Scholars program, public benefit assistance and Single Stop.
  • Student Conflict Resolution Services - Provides mediation, conflict coaching, group dynamics services, and the Dialogues Program.
  • Student EmergencyFund - An application process for students experiencing a financial crisis/emergency.
  • Student Advocacy Council
  • Student Health Insurance
  • Student Organizations
  • Student Travel and Professional Development Funding - Grant funding available for students to travel to professional conferences and meetings.
  • Supplemental Instruction - A voluntary program that offers free, regularly scheduled study sessions for traditionally difficult course.
  • TRiO Student Support Services - Support for first-generation, low-income students, and students with disabilities
  • Tutoring - Provides individualized support to students in overcoming academic obstacles or barriers.
  • Testing Services - Offers placement testing for the student body to assist advisers in determining the selection of appropriate courses.
  • Transfer and Adult Student Success - We support transfer, adult, and re-engaged students by: connecting students to programs and resources based on student needs and interests; building community with other students, staff and faculty; and fostering an environment for academic, professional, and personal success.
  • Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship Program - Resource for students wanting to engage in research activities, presenting and grant opportunities
  • Veterans Education Benefits
  • Veteran/Military Student Center
  • Writing Center - One on one writing tutoring and support for all students

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