Check the registration calendar below for your registration dates. Then follow the steps below for new or current students to register. Summer/fall class schedule in eServices will be available first week of March.

Apply to Admissions or Register for Courses

  1. New Students

    Whether you’re transferring credits from another college or university or starting as a first-time freshman, we’ll walk you through the admissions process.

  2. Current Students

    Want to register for a course? Check the registration calendar for the date which you can register.

2018 Summer/Fall Registration Calendar

  1. Mar 19, 2018

    8 a.m. - Graduate Students and Cohort members

  2. Mar 22, 2018

    8 a.m. - 140 plus credits

  3. Mar 23, 2018

    8 a.m. - 120-139 credits

  4. Mar 27, 2018

    8 a.m. - 105-119 credits

  5. Mar 28, 2018

    8 a.m. - 90-104 credits

  6. Apr 2, 2018

    8 a.m. - 75-89 credits

  7. Apr 3, 2018

    8 a.m. - 60-74 credits

  8. Apr 6, 2018

    8 a.m. - 45-59 plus credits

  9. Apr 9, 2018

    8 a.m. - 30-44 credits

  10. Apr 11, 2018

    8 a.m. - 0-29 credits

  11. Apr 16, 2018

    8 a.m. - Nondegree seekers/Open Registration for summer 2018

  12. Aug 6, 2018

    8 a.m. - Nondegree seekers/Open Registration for fall 2018

To view the specific date and time you may register, log into Metropolitan State eServices. 

Enrollment applications and course registration are considered on a rolling basis. Course registration priority is based on total number of credits or program type. Refer to the registration calendar to determine when you be able to register for courses.

Students, please verify the drop dates in your e-services schedule page to determine the last day to drop a class for a full refund. Many courses will only have a 1-business day drop period. All course refund information is available in your e-services under each class specifically. Check each class as these dates are firm and aligned with MN State and Metro State policy. 

Graduate Certificates

You’ve already earned a degree and would like to get a graduate certificate in one of eight Metropolitan State program offerings.