Ready to find out what MSU Denver can do for you? We’ve got you covered.
Established in 2023, the Golden Nest Club includes anyone who graduated 50 or more years ago from Metropolitan State College of Denver, now Metropolitan State University of Denver.
The club’s purpose is to honor and celebrate the 50th anniversary of each MSU Denver graduate, recognizing their service to the institution and preserving the history, tradition and development of the University.
Members of the Golden Nest Club will be invited back to campus for an annual luncheon and access to other exclusive events, workshops and guest lectures.
Save the Date for the inaugural Golden Nest Club Luncheon on Friday, May 5, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the Spring Hill Suites at MSU Denver.
Anyone who graduated 50 or more years ago will be inducted into the Golden Nest Club, and the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented on behalf of the Alumni Association.
The Golden Nest Lifetime Achievement Award celebrates a notable alum recognized as an outstanding contributor in their occupation by peers in their industry and is committed to acts of public service (e.g., clubs, charities, civic organizations).
Submit your nomination for a Lifetime Achievement Award here: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/99081a4538784e7f97aee966bc2475f6
Or download the form and mail to: (form coming soon)
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Denver, CO 80217
Join the Golden Nest Committee to help plan and organize future events and communications. Members of the committee will meet quarterly with the MSU Denver Alumni Engagement Team to discuss future events, the Lifetime Achievement Award and ways to preserve the history of the University.
Email Brandi Rideout to join the committee at [email protected].
Ready to find out what MSU Denver can do for you? We’ve got you covered.Request Information
200+ undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree customizable paths to choose from.Study Options
Wherever you’re heading, your road begins here. Let’s go.Be a Changemaker