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Starting college is a giant step. Finishing college is an accomplishment that has the power to change your life. Academic advisors are here to support you at every step of the way. Our academic advising team are experts on navigating all aspects of higher education. Work with our team early and often to ensure you are on track academically and have a trusted partner all along the way.
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 Human Sciences (CHHS) primary objective is student success and CHHS Advising achieves this through teaching students to make informed choices, providing clear, accurate, and timely guidance and support.
Academic Advisors are available for in-person and virtual appointments. Many of our advisors work extended hours so they can be available for appointments early in the day or late in the afternoon/evening.
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 [email protected] or give us a call at 303-615-1099 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.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with your advisor yourself, please use the button below.
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All students following the catalog year Fall 2012 and later are required to complete the Written Communication (ENG 1010 or 1009); Quantitative Literacy, and Oral Communication requirements in the first 30-college level credits and ENG 1020 by 45-credit hours. Students who do not meet these requirements will begin to have registration holds applied to their accounts, which can be removed after students review the policy. If you have questions regarding these holds or policies, please contact your advisor.