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When registering for courses, you can search by one of the course delivery methods below. Course delivery methods describe how each class is conducted and will highlight if there are in-person or online components.
Please visit the Student Hub Registration Guide below, and the FAQ section so you are prepared for a successful start to each semester!
Delivery Methods with In-Person Option or Requirement
In-Person: Instructional activities are facilitated in-person at scheduled times, either on-campus or at other physical locations.
Hybrid In-Person: Instructional activities are facilitated through scheduled in-person sessions and either A) asynchronous online instruction, or B) scheduled meetings using live virtual meeting technology.
Dual Mode: In-Person: Instructional activities are facilitated in-person. The section is combined with an online section, creating a learning environment with in-person and online learners. Students are not able to switch between learning experiences during the semester.
Hyflex: Instructional activities are facilitated through: A) In-person class meetings; B) asynchronous online instruction; and C) online instruction using live virtual meeting technology. Students have the flexibility to choose between in-person, asynchronous, and live virtual instruction throughout the course.
SyncFlex: Instructional activities are facilitated in-person and online using live virtual meeting technology. Students have the flexibility to choose between in-person and live virtual instruction each class session.
Field Experience, Practicum, Internship, etc.: Experiential, hands-on learning that takes place in a location pertinent to the learning outcomes of the course.
Delivery Methods with Online Requirements
Asynchronous Online: Instructional activities are facilitated online with no required scheduled meeting times. Assignments and assessments take place on a specific schedule. There are no location-specific requirements.
Synchronous Online: Instructional activities are facilitated online at scheduled times through live virtual meeting technology. There are no location-specific requirements.
Dual Mode: Online: Instructional activities are facilitated online. The section is combined with an in-person section, creating a learning environment with online and in-person learners. Students are not able to switch between learning experiences during the semester.
Hybrid Online: Instructional activities are facilitated online through both asynchronous online instruction and at scheduled times through live virtual meeting technology. There are no location-specific requirements.
Self-Paced Asynchronous Online: Instructional activities are facilitated online with no scheduled meeting time and no location-specific requirements. Students choose the pace of their progress within the course with few or no established due dates.
Study Abroad: Instructional activities are facilitated in another country and guided by faculty.
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 and delivery method 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.
For more information on class start dates, or part of term, please visit our Part of Term page.
Fall – end of March
Summer – end of February
Spring – end of October
Visit your Student Hub and select “Register for Classes” and then click “Check Registration Eligibility” to view your assigned registration time.
You can also check the Academic Calendar for a general breakdown, and will receive communication to your MSU Denver email notifying you that times and dates have been determined for the following semester.
Email and text communication will be sent as a reminder the day of, so please ensure your contact information is up to date.
Priority registration is like a pre-sale for a popular concert. It gives you access to the registration system before the general public to sign up for the classes and times you really need.
The day and time you can register is based on how many credits you have completed. Students who have completed the most credits and have the highest class standing will be able to register first, or have “priority”. *Please note that credits for your current semester are not included in this calculation.
Students will need to contact the department that offers the course for permission to enroll.
You may see where you are on the waitlist for a specific section through your schedule in your Student Hub. Go to the “My Profile” button, select the menu (four squares) in the top left corner, student, registration, view registration information.
Some classes allow you to select the number of credits that would like to take.
At 11:59 p.m. on the self-add deadline date, the remaining students on the waitlist will be removed and notified via email. Students may contact the department that offers the course for possible late enrollment permission.
Students who are using Chapter 33 Post 9/11 and Chapter 31 VR&E GI Bill™ education benefits must have at least one course on campus in order to qualify for the full monthly housing allowance.
The course delivery methods that are considered on campus by the VA are the following:
The course delivery methods that are considered online by the VA are the following:
The Department of Veteran Affairs does not cover the Self-Paced Asynchronous online method or the Study Abroad method. If students are registered for either method, they will need to pay out of pocket for these courses.
Students can enroll via their Student Hub through the self-add deadline, which is calculated as 6% of the course duration (excluding Final Exam Week) for full-term courses, as long as they meet the prerequisites and other registration requirements. Please refer to <a href=”https://www.msudenver.edu/registrar-preview/faculty-and-staff-services/#class-scheduling”>Part of Term Chart</a>, located underneath the “Class Scheduling Forms” dropdown, for dates for all parts of term. Please note that some departments may not allow registration within the first week of the semester.
A course waitlist allows students an opportunity to get into a class that is full but could have space become available before the course begins. The waitlist will record the time and date that the student placed his/her name on the waitlist and students will be notified via student email of open spaces in that order. Not all courses have a waitlist.
Follow the Registration Guide to register for classes.
When a class is full, select the option for waitlist and submit.
Once you are waitlisted for a course, remember to check your email regularly. The computer system continues to monitor waitlist openings until the first class meeting. When an opening occurs, the first person on the waiting list is sent an email allowing that student to register for the open seat within 24 hours, provided there are no holds, prerequisite issues or other blocks that would not allow you to register. Please remember:
No, you are not automatically registered for a class. You are notified via your student email account that a seat is available in a specific section. The email also gives a deadline by which you must register for the section or be dropped from the waitlist for that section. You are given 24 hours from the time of notification to register for the class. Please pay close attention to your MSU Denver student email.
Yes, students can register for more than one waitlist; however, you cannot place yourself on the waitlist for multiple sections of the same course.