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Enrollment Management Mission Statement

The Division of Enrollment Management is committed to attracting, enrolling, retaining, and graduating an empowered student body. We are a student-centered, evidence-based, technology-driven division that collaborates with internal and external partners to support the university’s mission and commitment to access, academic quality, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Admissions Mission Statement

As an advocate for MSU Denver’s vision of becoming one of the nation’s preeminent public urban universities, The Office of Admissions engages with the community to identify, recruit, and admit a diverse and qualified student population.  Our office embraces the University’s core values of C.A.D.R.E and provides seamless, customer-friendly services to support every student’s educational journey.

Financial Aid Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship is to provide prospective and enrolled students with superior customer service, information and resources to financially support their educational goals in a timely, equitable and caring manner, in full support of the University and Enrollment Services mission and compliance with governing agencies.

Registrar Mission Statement

The Enrollment Management Division team collaborates to provide exceptional services to our diverse community, access to a high quality and relevant education in support of the role and mission of the University. As part of this team, the Registrar’s Office is dedicated to student success and executing its assigned responsibilities in an efficient, professional, and ethical manner.

Orientation, Transition, and Retention Mission Statement

The mission of Orientation, Transition and Retention is to support students in transition through high-quality orientation programs preparing them for success at MSU Denver. The office facilitates intentional and purposeful programs to meet a variety of student and family needs, integrating students and families into the University community, developing and empowering student leaders and collaborating with key internal and external partners. They serve all students, including; first-time freshman, transfer students, non-traditional students (23 and older), student veterans, parents/families and student leaders. They connect students to MSU Denver by getting them excited to be an MSU Denver Roadrunner, to their academic advisors who help them register for their first set of classes and to financial aid and other relevant campus resources. 

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