Metro State Description
At Metropolitan State College students can undertake alternative and traditional majors, while being given access to opportunities beyond the classroom, not to mention the lively city of Denver.
At Metropolitan State College students can get a bachelor’s degree in such professional fields as Human Services, Nursing, Special Education and Engineering. Degrees in the Fine, Liberal and Performing Arts, Humanities and Business are also offered.
Students who wish to pursue a field of study not offered at Metropolitan may enlist in the Individualized Degree program, whereby they create their own major.
A writing center, a personal counseling facility, a career development center and a cooperative education center, which assigns students to internships, are some of the services providing support and opportunities beyond the classroom.
In addition to providing campus activities, which include student clubs, publications and arts organizations, Metropolitan is in close proximity to all that a large city like Denver has to offer.
Students who meet SAT and grade requirements are automatically admitted upon applying. Other students are evaluated based on these and other criteria.
Financial aid is available to qualifying students.
Quick Facts about Metropolitan State College of Denver
Large City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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