Undergraduate Advising at Metropolitan State University is here to help students plan their academic programs. Each of the Metropolitan State's schools and colleges has professional advisors and faculty advisors.
Prospective undergraduate students should speak with an Admissions Counselor for information about program selection and transcript evaluation processes and should then apply for Admissions. Official transcripts are evaluated by the Registrar's Office as part of the application process after a student is admitted.
After you are admitted to the university and your transcripts have been evaluated, an academic advisor will be assigned to you to help you plan your academic program. Students may make an appointment to talk with their assigned advisor after being admitted to the university and completing orientation.
In addition, the electronic Class Schedule has general information related to registering for courses such as:
- Academic Advising
- Academic Calendar
- Campus Location Guide
- Financial Aid
- Learning Strategies
- Registration Information
- Course Offerings
|College of Sciences (COS)
(or students undecided about their major)
|COS Undergraduate Advising|
|College of Liberal Arts (CLA)||CLA Undergraduate Advising
|College of Health, Community and Professional Studies||CHCPS Undergraduate Advising|
|College of Individualized Studies||CIS Undergraduate Advising|
|College of Management||COM Undergraduate Advising|
612-659-7258 for graduate students
|Prison Program, Juan Rangel||651-999-5890|
|School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice||SLC Undergraduate Advising|
|School of Urban Education||UED Undergraduate Advising|
Contact your advisor if you are planning significant changes in your program.
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