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If you were previously admitted to Metropolitan State University, you will fall under the Readmitted Students Policy:

A readmit student is a student who was previously admitted and/or matriculated and whose admission to the University has been end dated.

If your admission has been cancelled for any of the reasons provided below you must complete a new application for undergraduate admission and submit new official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions. You will be expected to meet any admission and academic program requirements in place at the time of re-admission. You will not be required to pay another application fee.

Admitted Student
A new First Year, Transfer, International or Second Bachelorís Degree student who is granted admission to the University under this policy for the purpose of obtaining a baccalaureate degree.

An admitted studentís application will remain active for 1 academic year (i.e. 3 consecutive semesters from the semester for which the student was admitted). Failure to enroll in and attend at least one credit-bearing course within this timeframe will result in cancellation of admission.

Matriculated Student
A student who is admitted to the university as a degree-seeking student, registers for at least one credit-bearing course and remains registered through the 10th day of the semester.

A matriculated studentís application will remain open for 3 academic years (i.e. 9 consecutive semesters from the semester for which the student was admitted). Failure to enroll in and receive a grade in any credit-bearing course during this timeframe will result in cancellation of admission.

Application Deadlines:

  • Fall semester: June 30
  • Spring semester: November 15
  • Summer session: March 30

Note: There is no formal admissions deadline. Priority admission is given to students who apply prior to the application deadlines noted above.

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