If you were previously admitted to Metropolitan State but didn't enroll before your admission expired, you are considered a re-admit student. You will be expected to meet any admission and academic program requirements in place at the time of readmission. You will not be required to pay another application fee.
If your admission has expired, you must complete a new application for undergraduate admission and submit new official transcripts from all postsecondary institutions.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. By applying by the Priority deadline students will be given priority to allow completion of New Student Orientation, receipt of transfer credit evaluation (DARS), and completion of financial aid packaging in a timely manner.
You can check the status of your application through E-Services to ensure that we have received your application, and transcripts. Incomplete applications that do not include ALL of the required items will not be considered. Notification of a positive admissions decision may list certain conditions that you must satisfy before you can register for coursework, such as submitting a final undergraduate transcript, assessments or other credentials.
Important: Students must have a complete application on file 3 weeks prior to any given semester to be considered for admissions for that semester. Incomplete applicants will be reviewed for the following semester.