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Courses will continue to be offered remotely in conjunction with on-campus course offerings. Online courses will be delivered in one of three formats:
There is also a traditional hybrid format (a mix of face-to-face classes and online requirements) that will also be offered. You can learn more about the various online delivery formats in the “Course Format” dropdown below (Continue reading below for Registration guides.)
1. Go to the Student Hub and click on “Student Profile” under Web Services.
2. Click on the four squares in the top left of the screen.
3. Click on the “Menu” tab, then the “Students” Tab.
4.Next, Select the “Registration and Planning” option.
5. This will bring you to a new page where you can select “Add/Drop/Withdraw Classes”
6. Select the desired term from the drop-down menu and click continue.
7. Select the subject you want to search for then click “Search”.
8. When you find the course and section you want to register for, click the “Add” button.
9. You will notice the classes appear in the schedule, as well as “Pending” listed in the Summary. Once you have solidified your schedule, click “Submit”.
10. You will know this is successful when you see the “Save Successful” green box appear as well as the classes solidified in your schedule. They will also state “Registered” in the summary.
11. To view your detailed schedule, Click on the “Schedule Details” tab above Class Schedule.
Classes will state the Location as well as time. Please note that some classes will state “Main” as the location, and “Online” as the “Type”.
For more information on class start dates, or part of term, please visit our Part of Term page.
Some classes allow you to select the number of credits that would like to take.
Yes. Courses migrated to remote learning in spring and summer were functional and effective – over 97% of you remained active and engaged in your newly-remote courses. For fall, MSU Denver implemented course-design expectations to build upon the quality and simplicity of these courses. Existing online courses that meet these expectations deliver equivalent grade and withdraw rates as face-to-face courses, so we are confident you will experience real learning and preparation for your future – not just completion of requirements to get closer to a diploma.
We are evolving to provide you one of the most immersive, connected, and efficient online learning experiences available, and part of that evolution is to offer our courses within the most dynamic system available – Canvas. When launched starting this fall, it will noticeably improve the user experience for students.
Canvas is easy to use, and this video reviews its basic features. This video and direction from your instructor within your courses will also shape your understanding.
Also, we are confident in the very simple, efficient user interface within Canvas. We’ve been informed providing student-specific Canvas support simply isn’t necessary; however, we didn’t want to take any chances. For that reason, students – those familiar, uncertain, and uncomfortable with online learning – can contact ITS for support using Canvas. Contact information will be available in your Canvas courses.
Online Learning (includes courses formerly listed as ‘Asynchronous’)
Synchronous Online Learning
Log into Student Hub to view your current course registration. Online courses will be listed as SYNCH or Online and will not have a building assignment. In-person, on-campus courses will have a building assignment.
Taking all online classes does not impact your financial aid award. Students are eligible for the same types of financial aid whether taking classes online or on-campus.
Check out class availability below for Fall 2022: