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Access Approved Courses for an updated list of transfer courses that will meet the Racial Issues Graduation Requirement, as well as a list of approved courses at Metropolitan State University.
Students who believe a course they've taken elsewhere or are wanting to take elsewhere should be applied to meet the Racial Issues Graduation Requirement.
The RIGR Review Committee meets each month during the academic year. Contact the RIGR Review Committee Chair for specific dates, times and locations and submission deadlines. Proposers are welcomed to contact the RIGR Review Committee Chair in anticipation of submitting a proposal and to ask questions during the proposal drafting process. New Metropolitan State courses must first be approved by one's unit curriculum committee and the IFO Academic Affairs Committee.
See the student flyer announcing and describing the Racial Issues Graduation Requirement.
See the stakeholder flyer describing the Racial Issues Graduation Requirement, how it can be met, why it was created, what are the learning goals of the requirement, and what criteria are used to approve learning experiences that meet the requirement.
See the Anti-Racism Leadership Team’s (ARLT) analysis of 2011 Campus Climate Survey Data with emergent implications and recommendations for the Metropolitan State University community that made the case for implementing the requirement to help the University achieve its vision of “building an anti-racist learning community.”