Your academic advisor is ready to help you plan your academic journey, from questions about your schedule to working through challenges affecting your academic progress.
Identify classes you need to meet your degree requirements—or maybe find an interesting elective—and navigate the registration process on eServices.
Center for Academic Excellence’s tutors are ready to help develop your writing, math and science skills—and librarians are eager to connect you with research.
Looking for student services not related to academics? Browse the services and support directory instead.
Academic advising provides a context in which students can discover what is important to know, do and value at each stage of their educational journey.
Understand academic progress requirements, and find support for your academic plans and success.
The Academic Testing Center provides make-up, independent study and waiver exam services. Learn more about exam guidelines and how to schedule an appointment.
Get help with writing, science, math and more from tutors at the Center for Academic Excellence.
Advocating for students and making the university's services, spaces and activities accessible to all.
Higher education resources available to eligible inmates in selected Minnesota correctional facilities.
Things you need to consider when you're selecting an undergraduate major, minor or certificate.
If you feel you were evaluated unfairly by an instructor, you have the right to appeal the grade you were given in a particular course.
The HSRB protects the rights of participants in research affiliated with the university.
Engaging the university and students with the larger community, from internships to civic engagement programs.
Alternatives to classroom learning, and opportunities to get credit for what you know and learn through student-directed learning.
Free online tutorials for software, business, photography and more for Metropolitan State University students.
Statewide alliance of educational institutions providing BSN qualified nursing to Greater Minnesota.
Assessments for reading, writing and math help connect you to the courses that match your skill level.
Receive assistance with research projects and coursework related to behavioral sciences.
A broad list of resources for careers and internships in science, tech, engineering and math.
A range of services to support students' online learning experience.
Support for first-generation students, low-income students and students with disabilities.