Online Student FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions specific to online students
MSU Denver student services are designed to serve all students, regardless of if you are taking classes on campus or online. Browse the links below or visit the catalog for a comprehensive list of University student resources and academic support services.
Virtual Engagement – Get connected and have fun with your fellow Roadrunners online and outside the classroom. Check out a variety of virtual engagement opportunities so you can stay connected and engaged with your campus community.
Am I Ready for Online Learning – Online courses from MSU Denver deliver the academic excellence you expect with the flexibility you need. Before enrolling in an online course, please take some time to think about yourself as a learner, while evaluating your time management and technical skills. Take the assessment to determine if online learning is a good fit for you.
Textbooks and Open Educational Resources (OER) – OER are resources with public domain that can aid in research and learning as you complete your classes. These can include but are not limited to the
Food and Housing Services for Those in Need – The Roadrunner Food Pantry serves to fight hunger for students by providing basic nutritional food in times of need. The Food Pantry is available to all MSU Denver students and provides snacks and pantry items for meal preparation. If you are facing food or housing insecurity, please contact the Student Care Center to discuss your needs by emailing or by filing a CARE Referral so that a case manager can follow up with you.
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