As we celebrate the University's 50th anniversary and Black History Month, Metro State looks back on key figures in its history and identity.
The nomination window is open now to March 19.
With five students in this immersive program, Metro State is a powerhouse for African American entrepreneurship.
Each semester, two graduating students, an undergrad and graduate, from each Metro State school or college are selected for the President’s Outstanding Student Award.
Also known as Dr. DEW, Denise Williams is the living, breathing example of community engagement.
These monies are in addition to your federal and state financial aid package, which will be applied to your student account beginning Jan. 28, 2022.
Second in a two-part reflection series written to celebrate 25 years since the establishment of the Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship
Student Parent and Resource Center:
Utilize your unique skillsets and passion for serving the community.
For Native communities across the country, this month serves as an opportunity to share the contributions they have made throughout our history.
She has worked with thousands of Metropolitan State’s diverse adult students in her 45 years on the community faculty, facilitating degree planning, teaching, and assessi
The Federal CCAMPIS grant supports low-income student parents with subsidizing the cost of childcare while they are in school.
Open to students who are currently enrolled in the Fall 2021 semester and are parents or legal guardians of minor children in the household.
Meals are made by local restaurants and provided to the Food for Thought Pantry.
Congratulations to these recipients of the Collaboration Grant Awards for this semester.
This is a chance to show friends, family and the community the work students do at the university.
First in a two-part reflection series.
Select locations are hosting flu vaccination clinics.
Did you know that malicious email and hackers are targeting higher education?
University a five-time HEED Award recipient.