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…and we are here to help. This page provides tutorials, videos and information on how to register for classes to requesting transcripts to applying for graduation and more.
The Registrar’s office and Enrollment Management have put together some great guides to walk you through the process of registering for classes. Check out the:
Check in with an advisor and financial aid (if applicable) if you are thinking about dropping or withdrawing from classes because this may impact your academic standing. To learn more, visit the:
Sometimes a class you want or need to take is full. You may be able to waitlist! Here’s how:
Sometimes you may need to request official or unofficial transcripts. Request those here:
New to Canvas? This Canvas Quick Start Guide for Students will help get you started.
Open Educational Resources (OER) are educational materials that can be freely downloaded, edited, and shared to better serve all students. Sometimes you courses may be using free, low-cost or no-cost books and materials. To learn more about OER, check out the:
The Degree Progress Report helps you keep track of your degree requirements for your currently declared program(s) and how you are completing them. Your academic department may have department-specific resources for you, too.
On a DPR you will also find your grades, GPA, catalog year, and information about any transfer credit counting toward your degree and how it applies to your currently declared program. If you have questions about how transfer credit is or is not being counted – reach out to an advisor.
It’s important to remember that the DPR isn’t considered an official MSU Denver transcript or record of completed coursework. It is an advisory guide and may not reflect completed information until the final graduation check. Changing your schedule, catalog year, repeating a course, completing a course with less than the minimum required grade, changing a major, minor, or concentration, or any other changes to the academic record may impact the information reflected on the DPR. This is why it is important to check in with an advisor and review the information together.
Don’t worry, we know it’s a lot to take in. Check out the Degree Progress Report Infogram to go at your own pace.