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CESA

The Center for Equity and Student Achievement

The Center for Equity and Student Achievement's (CESA's) mission is to support and educate students throughout their MSU Denver journey and to advocate for a campus community that promotes equity and inclusion.

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Center for Multicultural Engagement and Inclusion


The CMEI supports students’ sense of belonging and affirms their identities by building community through participation in Met Media, student organizations, fraternities and sororities, racial equity and leadership programs, a student gathering space, and campus events.

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)


CAMP, a U.S. Department of Education grant-funded scholarship program, is designed to meet the academic, financial and social needs of migrant/seasonal farmworkers and their children in pursuing higher education. While the program provides its most intensive assistance during the first year of college, the CAMP team is available to assist students throughout their college experience.
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First-Generation Initiatives


First Generation Initiatives supports students by providing community building opportunities, workshops on skills needed during and after college, as well as empowerment around leadership and the first-gen identity. We are honored to be a part of their educational journey and believe first generation students are powerful, resilient, and tenacious. They are #fearlessfirst. Welcome to our first-gen family!
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Immigrant Services


The Immigrant Services Program supports and builds community for students who weren’t born in the U.S. or come from families with immigrant backgrounds. We help our DACA, undocumented, refugee and immigrant students succeed in college through writing and language development support, assistance with financial aid options and scholarship essays, social events, and resources around legal assistance or healthcare options.
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LGBTQ Student Resource Center


This tri-institutional student service supports all genders and sexualities in the campus community using a model of CARE: Community Building, Advocacy and Support, Resources and Education. The LGBTQ Student Resource Center seeks to remove the barriers that LGBTQ students have in accessing their education on an equitable basis.
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TRIO Student Support Services


TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO SSS) is a federally-funded grant program which serves students who are first-generation, differently-abled (disabled) and low-income. Our services include: advising, college and life-skills workshops, graduate school visits, access to a computer lab and much more.
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Veteran and Military Student Services


The Veteran & Military Student Services program is dedicated to supporting the more than 1,000 military service members, veterans and their family members who choose MSU Denver each year through assistance with the certification of VA education benefits, tuition assistance programs, an active Veteran and Military Student Services Center, and numerous workshops and programs designed to empower military-affiliated students to achieve their academic, career, and personal goals.
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Contact Information

Center for Equity and Student Achievement

Phone: 303-615-0022

Email: CESA@msudenver.edu

Location: Student Success Building #237

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM

Send mail to: Campus Box 62, P.O. Box 173362. Denver, CO 80217-3362

 

 

CESA team jumping in front of the Student Success Building