Undergraduate Studies at MSU Denver
Undergraduate Studies at MSU Denver is comprised of several academic programs which support student success and work in partnership with faculty to enhance the undergraduate experience.
The mission of Undergraduate Studies is to deliver a deeply engaging, transformative educational experience for students through institution-wide collaboration, enhancing academic programs with High-Impact Practices and individualized guidance.
We achieve this through:
- Interdisciplinary and innovative learning
- Experiential and global education
- Metacognitive development
- In-depth and creative scholarship
The following programs and units form Undergraduate Studies: Advising Systems, the Center for Individualized Learning, the Honors Program, International Studies, Supplemental Instruction, the Tutoring Center, Undergraduate Research, and the Writing Center. Undergraduate Studies also maintains close ties with the Classroom to Career Hub (C2 Hub).
The goals of these programs are to deeply engage students in their education journey, help them achieve their full potential as undergraduate scholars, and launch them as successful professionals and community members. Students who participate in these programs typically exhibit the following characteristics:
- ability to self-advocate
- interest in engaging on campus and in the broader community
- intentionality in developing a plan for learning and professional development
- awarenesss of the importance of self-authorship
- adept at synthesizing their learning and articulating their educational journey
Dr. Elizabeth Parmelee is the Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Studies.
She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-615-0409.
Jill Lange is the Assistant to the Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Studies.
She can be contacted at email@example.com, 303-605-5853. If you would like to schedule a meeting with Dr. Parmelee, please contact Jill to confirm the scheduling arrangements.