College of Health and Applied Sciences Advising
Based upon the MSU Denver decision to keep students off campus, all CHAS academic advisors (formerly CPS) will be moving all academic advising appointments to either phone appointments or video/screen sharing advising through the Office 365 Teams application.
When you schedule an appointment online, please make sure to include your phone number, the day/time/advisor, and preference so that we can update your appointment details. If you request a Teams video/screen sharing appointment but we’re having issues with technology, we will default to a phone appointment.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns, or if you would like to schedule an appointment. Please include your name, 900 number, major, phone number, days/times you are available, and preference for either phone appointment or video/screen sharing.
CHAS Advising Mission Statement
MSU Denver academic advising empowers students to define and navigate their paths toward achieving their educational, career, and life goals. The College of Health and Applied Sciences (CHAS) primary objective is student success and CHAS Advising achieves this through teaching students to make informed choices, providing clear, accurate, and timely guidance and support.
CHAS Advising Services
Services our office provides include (but are not limited to):
- Advising for major and minor requirements in CHAS. Click here to view the programs CHAS currently offers.
- Advising on general studies for CHAS majors.
- Advising for overall academic policies and procedures.
- Advising for basic degree requirements for graduation.
- Removal of Orientation/Advising holds, 45-credit hour general studies holds, and 60-credit hour general studies holds.
- Declaration of majors and minors.
- Completion of Math peer study contracts and overrides for math courses (for eligible students).
- Interpretation of Accuplacer test results for English, Math, and Reading.
To learn more about our contact information and advising within our departments, view our contact page.
Looking for a job on campus? Please take a look at the work-study position currently open to all work-study qualified or eligible students! Click here.
Registration Information: If you have questions about your degree plan, please contact our office at 303-615-1099 to schedule an appointment.
December 25 - Winter Break (Campus Closed)
January 4 - Winterim classes in session
January 18 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Campus Open, No Classes)
January 19 - Classes Begin (Full-Semester Classes)
January 25th - Last day to Drop Full-Semester Spring Classes with 100% refund
February 4 - Last day to Drop Full-Semester Spring classes with 50% refund
February 22 - Summer 2021 Priority Registration begins
March 21 - Spring Break (Campus Open, No Classes)
April 2 - Withdrawal deadline for Spring 2021 Full-Semester classes
May 10th - Final Exam week
May 14th - Spring 2021 Commencement
May 31 - Memorial Day (Campus Closed)
June 1 - Maymester Classes in Session
June 14th - Classes Begin for Full-Semester, 8-Week Classes ONLY