Undergraduate Studies Programs
Through leadership, collaboration, coordination, and implementation, Advising Systems facilitates with MSU Denver stakeholders in the academic support of student retention and graduation. The major programs included in Advising Systems are: Academic Advisor training; Academic Advisor professional development; Management of the SSC Navigate platforms; The Early Alert program; and Student Intervention Services (SIS).
The Center for Individualized Learning
The Center for Individualized Learning (CIL) houses the Individualized Degree Program, which enables students to craft their own majors, and the Metro Meritus program, which allows individuals age 60 years or older to participate in courses offered by MSU Denver for free on a non-credit basis.
The Honors Program
The Honors Program is a community of highly motivated and academically adventurous students and faculty dedicated to working together to attain new levels of achievement. The program is designed to develop in students the ability to apply critical and creative thinking as well as conduct high-quality research and creative work.
The Office of International Studies
The Office of International Studies promotes MSU Denver's mission of providing lifelong learning experiences in the context of a multicultural and global environment. It focuses on creating opportunities for students and faculty through development of study abroad courses, enhancing internationalization of curricula, and building international partnerships. The office also collaborates with various departments to seek grant funds for realizing these initiatives.
One World One Water Center
Effective July 2020, the One World One Water Center joined Undergraduate Studies. The One World One Water Center ("OWOW") is a collaboration between the Metropolitan State University of Denver and Denver Botanic Gardens. The partnership presents an opportunity to build on and expand joint initiatives on water issues. This allows OWOW to: (1) expand the reach and breadth of educational programs on water and environmental issues; (2) attract funding for joint research in these areas; and (3) raise awareness of water and the environment through collaborative water stewardship.
The Supplemental Instruction (SI) program supports students enrolled in traditionally difficult courses by offering free, regularly scheduled group study sessions facilitated by SI Leaders (current students who previously succeeded in the course of study). Additionally, SI Leaders support faculty who teach those courses by preparing weekly collaborative sessions which help students develop effective learning strategies while engaging in the most challenging course material.
The Tutoring Center
The Tutoring Center is for students who are looking to excel as well as those who are having difficulty with course material. The Tutoring Center offers free one-on-one and group tutoring sessions in a variety of subjects.
Undergraduate Research Program
The Undergraduate Research Program at MSU Denver promotes, supports, and celebrates faculty and student engagement in undergraduate research activities. These undergraduate research experiences enhance students' preparedness and competitiveness for future employment and the pursuit of advanced degrees.
The Writing Center
The Writing Center helps individuals become stronger, more confident writers by developing healthy writing processes, metacognitive awareness, and a broad repertoire of writing strategies - for MSU Denver students, faculty, alumni, and community members who want to become stronger writers.
Effective July 2020, MSU Army ROTC joined Undergraduate Studies. The Army ROTC program focuses on attracting top quality Scholar-Athlete-Leaders from the Auraria Campus as well as high schools, partnerships, and affiliates colleges. The program assists students in becoming the future leaders of the United States Army by developing their leadership abilities and instilling responsibility and integrity, as well as a sense of pride and accomplishment.