The following information sessions were offered at the April 2013 Open House. Please check back in September for information on the November 2013 Open House offerings.
MSU Denver and Admissions Information Session: Room 205
This session will provide general information about MSU Denver as well as cover admissions requirements and the application process. Get your questions answered about the University, how to apply and what's required for admission. After the session, you are invited to apply for admission at the Admissions booth on the first floor of the Events Center.
TIME: 10:30 a.m. and Noon
Be a First Year Success: Room 208
Set a foundation for four years of college success by enrolling in First Year Success Learning Communities. In Fall 2009, 48% of the students enrolled in First Year Success (FYS) received an overall GPA of 3.0 and above. Find out how you too can succeed during your first year at MSU Denver.
A representative for Metro Summer Scholars, a scholarship program, will be available to speak with students who place at the 090 level in the Reading and/or English Accuplacer assessment tests.
Financial Aid Information Session: Room 111-G
These sessions will provide a brief introduction to the financial aid process, including how and when to apply, helpful tips and types of available aid such as scholarships, grants, loans and work study. This would be a great time to ask questions in preparation for funding your own or your child's education. In addition, we will have labs open and staffed with financial aid experts to assist you in applying for financial aid for the 2012-2013 academic year. Please have a copy of your federal 2011 income tax return with you to complete the federal aid application.
TIMES: 10:30am, 11:15am, Noon, and 1:00pm
Individualized Degree Plan and Credit for Prior Learning: Room 207
This session will introduce students to MSU Denver's Individualized Degree Program and Credit for Prior Learning. The Individualized Degree Program (IDP) offers the opportunity to propose a major or minor specifically designed to meet individual educational goals, if those goals are not met by other majors or minors described in the MSU Denver Catalog. The Credit for Prior Learning program makes it possible to earn credit at MSU Denver for college-level learning gained through experience, including on-the-job training, advanced placement courses, certain volunteer service, and self-study.
Nursing Information Session: Room 208
Two 45 minute information sessions will be held from 10:30-11:15am and 11:15am-Noon.
Find answers to the following questions:
- What are my educational options?
- What are the prerequisites for a nursing program?
- What kind of employment opportunities are available?
TIMES: 10:30am and 11:15am