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Important Notice

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College Opportunity Fund & Registration

Knowing your registration responsibilities can help make your registration process quick, easy, and simple. If you experience any problems, come to our office for help.

Undergraduate students, have you applied for the College Opportunity Fund (COF)? Remember to authorize your classes when you register, too!

Registration and Waitlist Guides and Resources

Please review the Registration Guide below for a step-by-step on how to register and waitlist for classes. The course delivery method will vary class to class. Course delivery methods describe how each class is conducted and will highlight if there are in-person or online components. You can read more about each course delivery method below.

 

Registration Guide

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.

Arrow pointing to menu.

3. Click on the “Menu” tab, then the “Students” Tab.
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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”
Add/Drop/Withdraw Link

6. Select the desired term from the drop-down menu and click continue. Select a Term

7. Select the subject and delivery method you want to search for then click “Search”. Find Classes Image

8. When you find the course and section you want to register for, click the “Add” button.
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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”.
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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.Save Successful Image

11. To view your detailed schedule, Click on the “Schedule Details” tab above Class Schedule.Schedule Details

Course Delivery Methods

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.

Registration and Waitlist FAQ

Drop and Withdraw Guides and Resources

Please review the Drop and Withdrawal Guide below for a step-by-step on how to drop and withdraw from classes. It is the student’s responsibility to follow proper drop or withdrawal procedures and adhere to the deadlines.

Drop and Withdrawal Guide

The steps to drop and withdraw are the same. The only change will be selecting “Drop” or “Withdraw”.

Go to the Student Hub and click on “My Profile” under Web Services.

Click on the four squares in the top left of the screen
Menu Image
Click on the “Menu” tab, then the “Students” Tab.
Menu and Students Tab
Next, Select the “Registration and Planning” option.

This will bring you to a new page where you can select “Add/Drop/Withdraw Classes”
Add/Drop/Withdraw Classes

Select the desired term from the drop-down menu and click continue.
Select Term

Under “Summary” In the lower right corner, locate the class you wish to drop/withdraw. *Note, you may need to resize the boxes.*
Summary

Once you have selected the course you wish to drop/withdraw, click the dropdown arrow next to the class under “Action”, and select the action you wish to take.
Action
Press Submit

The course will appear as “Deleted” once this has been completed successfully.
Deleted Class

Drop and Withdrawal FAQ

Administrative Withdrawal

An Administrative Withdrawal (AW) is for unforeseen or extenuating circumstances beyond a student’s control that have prevented the student from withdrawing from a specific course and/or and entire semester before the withdrawal deadline (i.e., death in immediate family, extended hospitalization, unforeseen work-related relocation, divorce, homelessness, or incarceration).

Students may request an administrative withdrawal from the Office of the Registrar after the withdrawal deadline posted in the Academic Calendar. Before the withdrawal deadline, students are expected to drop or withdraw from courses themselves. Deadlines differ proportionally for courses offered during part of a semester, including late-start and weekend courses. Students should refer to the part-of-term dates published by the Office of the Registrar to review drop and withdrawal deadlines for individual courses.

For more information, please see below.

Final Exam Schedule

When is the final exam schedule available?

The final exam schedule is available approximately the 5th week of the current semester. Summer semester does not have a finals schedule as finals are given the last week of the class. The final exam schedule is created by the Register’s office and published on the Auraria Higher Education Center website. If you have any questions regarding the schedule, please contact your instructor.

 

How do I access the final exam schedule?

The Spring 2024 Finals Schedule is up to date and is best to be accessed on a desktop rather than mobile.

 

Grades

Grades for the current semester, as well as the previous two semesters, are available and can be printed on the Student Hub.

Students can also print an unofficial copy of their transcript on the Student Hub.

How to access your grades on Student Hub:

  1. Log in to Student Hub
  2. Select My Services/Registration in Student Hub
  3. Select My Services and log in again
  4. Select Registration, Credit Card Payment, Student Records, and Financial Aid Menu
  5. Select Student Records
  6. Select Final Grades

A complete description of grades and grade notations (e.g. A, B#, N/C, NR) can be found in the College Catalog.

Some information you need to know if you are planning to graduate this semester.

Once you have applied for graduation and receive notification from our Graduation Team of an adjustment that needs to be made to your application, you will need to complete a Graduation Application Addendum.

Holds

Various departments place holds on a student's record that prevents the student from registering for classes, ordering official transcripts, or even prevent awarding a degree.

Holds

Part of Term (Start Dates of Classes)

A part of term is a date range within the academic semester (Fall or Spring), in which a course is scheduled to occur. All courses using a part of term, must be scheduled so that their start/end date fall within the part of term.

Reverse Transfer

Colorado Reverse Transfer Program

You’ve done the work, you deserve the credit! The research is clear: a degree boosts earning potential and career opportunities.

Colorado Reverse Transfer Program is a process that allows students who have transferred from a Colorado community college to MSU Denver to combine credits from both institutions and apply them towards an associate’s degree.

If you are a transfer student, this means you can earn the associate’s degree you started at your community college while still working toward your bachelor’s degree.

Transfer Credit Evaluation & Guidelines

If you have been admitted to MSU Denver, you can find resources to help you navigate the transfer process here.

Transfer Credit Evaluation & Guidelines