Office of the Bursar
Each time you Add/Drop classes you are electronically agreeing to the terms of the Metropolitan State University of Denver Financial Responsibility and Promissory Note Agreement. By doing so you acknowledge that you understand Metropolitan State University of Denver is advancing value to you in the form of educational services; that your right to Add/Drop classes is expressly conditioned upon your agreement to pay the University pursuant to the Agreement; and that you have read, understand, and agree to pay the University pursuant to the Agreement.
As a student, you will pay all tuition, fees, fines, and other costs imposed by the University. If any of those charges remain unpaid, you agree to reimburse us the fees of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 40% of the debt, and all costs and expenses, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys' fees, collection agency fees, and court costs we incur in such collection efforts.
When you register for classes, spaces in classes are reserved for you. Decisions about how many class sections to offer and other commitments of instructional resources are made based on the enrollment data provided after the registration process is complete. Other students may be closed out of a preferred section if the last available space is reserved for you.
In exchange for the University's commitment of resources on your behalf, you assume a responsibility to:
- pay the fees assessed for those classes
- drop your courses via the online Student Hub portal, prior to the start of the term, if you are unable to attend so that the class spaces may be released and made available to other students.
The University will not automatically cancel your registration for nonpayment or non-attendance. Therefore, if you decide not to attend Metropolitan State University of Denver, it is imperative that you drop any courses your are registered in.
If you do not request that your registration be cancelled through the Student Hub, your name will appear on the class rosters, and you will remain responsible for full tuition and fees until such time as you drop your courses. If you are still on the final rosters for the term, you will receive grades of "F" for the courses in which you were registered.
Please keep your part of the registration contract. If your plans change and you cannot attend, you must drop your courses prior to the refund deadline for the term in order to allow other students access to your class spaces. Drop dates and deadlines can be found on the Student Hub on your Student Detail Schedule. Remember, non-attendance does not constitute dropping your courses; you will remain responsible for full tuition and fees.