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Fall 2020 Course Registration & Online Course Formats

Most of our courses will be offered remotely this fall with our on-campus course offerings being limited due to social-distancing guidelines. Online courses will be delivered in both synchronous (consisting of live virtual class sessions) and asynchronous (not needing to attend live virtual class sessions) formats, while a hybrid format (a mix of face-to-face classes and online requirements) will also be offered. You can learn more about the various online delivery formats here or use the Class Scheduler to find a course and delivery format that best suits your learning style. (Continue reading below for Fall 2020 Registration guides.)

  • Online - Online learning includes all course types that do not require you to come to campus and that meet robust but simple course design and teaching expectations.

    • Synchronous - A type of online learning, synchronous courses include required live virtual class sessions on a consistent, predetermined schedule. These courses may have weekly course meetings, midterm or finals study sessions, or live group project requirements. 

    • Asynchronous – Also a type of online learning, asynchronous courses allow students to review course content and complete course requirements without needing to attend live, required virtual sessions. Asynchronous course content can include recorded lectures, readings, videos, audio lessons, PowerPoints and notes. Asynchronous learning requires review of content within a predetermined timeframe, but those windows are usually within days or weeks, not hours like required live lectures.
  • Face-to-Face – Face-to-face courses will meet on campus in fall 2020 with fewer students per classroom than past semesters, students and faculty adhering to social-distancing guidelines, and additional cleaning and safety procedures implemented across campus.
  • Hybrid – Hybrid courses require both face-to-face and online learning. This may mean only a few face-to-face sessions are required, or the course may require weekly on-campus sessions. Likewise, hybrid courses may only include a few online requirements, or most expectations may occur online. The balance is set by the instructor, but students can expect to both visit campus and learn online.

See the general Class Scheduler guide or continue to Fall 2020 guide below:

  1.  Log onto the Student Hub Registration Page
  2. Click on “Class Scheduler”
  3. Select “Fall 2020” for Term
    Select Fall 2020
  4. From the Class Scheduler main screen you can add courses, add breaks (times of the day during which you do not want to schedule class), and generate schedules
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  5. For Fall 2020, many face-to-face courses have moved to online course formats; we recommend that you search for classes on All MSU Denver Campuses to view the most course options
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  6. Click on the '+ Add Course' button to begin adding courses to the scheduler
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  7. Select specific subject and course and add to your course list
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  8. Added courses will appear in your course list on the right hand side of the screen
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  9. Continue adding courses until you have added all of the Fall 2020 courses you intend to take
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  10. Optional: Add any breaks in the schedule during which you would prefer not to take any classes
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  11. Generate potential schedules
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  12. Compare schedules; click boxes to select several schedules to compare
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  13. Click on any of the generated schedules to preview a potential schedule
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  14. See potential schedules in Schedule View (special online format courses will be noted in the Days & Locations column)
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  15. See potential schedules in Calendar View (special online format courses will be labeled under the course title)
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  16. Click on the blue information icon to view specific course details (online format will be described in the 'Notes' section)
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  17. Check the 'Notes' section for all of the courses in your schedule to see specific information about the course format
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  18. Once you have decided on a schedule, click the 'Send to Shopping Cart' button
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  19. All of the courses you have selected will populate into your Registration Cart in theStudent Hub; click Register!
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  20. Your registered courses will be displayed
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  21. To view your student detail schedule, return to the main menu of the 'Class Registration' tab and click on Student Detail Schedule
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  22. Verify your course information on the Student Detail Schedule; remember that even if a course is listed as 'Main Campus', you may still be enrolled in an online class. Look at the 'Type' column; if it is listed as "Class" it is face-to-face; if it is listed as "ONL" then the 'Where' column will let you know if the course is synchronous or asynchronous (if it just says online, then it is asynchronous by default)
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  1. Log onto Student Hub
  2. Click on the ‘Class Registration’ tab
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  3. Click on Class Search, then select Fall 2020 from the drop-down menu and click submit
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  4. Select the course subject you want to search for, then click 'Course Search':
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  5. Select the course you want to register for, then click view sections:
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  6. Select whichever section you want to register for by click on the checkbox in the 'Select' column:
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  7. Click register:
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  8. Your Current Schedule will be displayed:
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  9. Check your schedule by navigating to Student Detail Schedule:
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  10. View Student Detail Schedule:
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Go to the 'Class Registration' tab in Student Hub and click on 'Student Detail Schedule'

Most Fall 2020 courses have been changed to online delivery formats. Courses that are online (even if they are listed as 'Main Campus' courses) will be labeled as "Online" in the 'Type' column. If you are in an online course, the Synchronous or Asynchronous course format will be listed in the 'Where' column

Student Detail Schedule


Check out class availability below:

Fall 2020 - Available Seats


  1. Courses that fulfill general studies requirements will contain information in the 'General Studies' column. You may need to refresh this webpage (F5) in order to view the most updated list of available courses.
  2. Most courses have become online courses
    1. "ASYNCH" (asynchronous) & "Online" courses DO NOT have required attendance at specific times
    2. "SYNCH" courses have REQUIRED scheduled meeting times which are noted in the schedule (virtual face-to-face)

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