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At MSU Denver, education is not constrained by classroom walls. Every opportunity and interaction our students create is infused by a true urban learning environment where connections and influence go way beyond the edge of campus. From field experiences and co-curricular activities, to international trips and service learning -- the academic experience our students enjoy has the ability to be life changing.

But financial constraints can limit our students' ability to participate fully in what MSU Denver has to offer. Explore the ways you can support enhancing our student experience for ALL Roadrunners!


European Adventure

The every-day life of a student-athlete at MSU Denver is jam-packed with classes, studying, practice and games, and part-time jobs. For most Roadrunners, having those days include a trip to Europe would seem out of the realm of possibility.

Last year, the Softball team had the opportunity to travel across the Atlantic and share their love of softball with the world.

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Building Relationships

This summer 10 students from the United States and 10 from Mexico spent a month together, learning how to use their technical skills to benefit vulnerable communities, while also breaking down misconceptions between cultures. Photo courtesy of Aaron Gross

You can use engineering to build walls. But you can also use it to bring walls down.

In May, MSU Denver students went to Guadalajara, Mexico, for two weeks of cross-disciplinary classes, service projects and cultural immersion, learning how to use their technical skills to benefit vulnerable communities, while also breaking down misconceptions between cultures.

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Internships that Pay

Josiah Goodley was an intern on the fourth floor of MSU Denver’s new Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building with York Space Systems, simulating how heat affects satellite components.

Josiah started out working the land and moved to the mountains for manufacturing. His hands-on career really took off when he joined the military to work on jets, and now he’s aiming even higher.

He spent the final stretch of his degree as an intern on the 4th floor of the new Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building, simulating how heat affects satellite components for York Space Systems.

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