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Important Dates

Registration Information: If you have questions about your degree plan, please contact our office at 303-615-1099 to schedule an appointment.

January 3 – Spring 2018 admission application deadline for undergraduates

January 8 – Academic Suspension appeal for Spring 2018 deadline

January 12 – Tuition payment deadline

January 15 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day (campus open, no classes)

January 16 – Spring classes begin (full-semester)

January 19 – Interinstitutional registration ends

January 22 – Last day to drop full-semester classes with 100% refund

February 1 – In-state correction Spring 2018 deadline

February 1 – Last day to drop full-semester classes with 50% refund

February 1 – Last day to register for full-semester classes

February 15 – Petition for in-state tuition Spring 2018 deadline

February 26 – Summer priority registration begins

General Studies Information


For Students following the 2012 degree catalog, below are the approved general studies categories:

  • Written Communication (6-credits): Must be completed ENG 1010 within first 30-college level credits and ENG 1020 within first 45-college level credits
  • Quantitative Literacy (3-credits minimum):must be completed within first 30-college level credits
  • Oral Communication (3-credits): must be completed within first 30-college level credits
  • Historical (3-credits)
  • Arts and Humanities (6-credits)
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences I (3-credits)
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences II (3-credits)
  • Natural and Physical Sciences (6-credits minimum)
  • Global Diversity (0-3 credits): may be satisfied by taking courses in other general studies categories

Approved Courses in each category can be found by clicking here

Additional Graduation requirements for the 2012 degree catalog: Includes Multicultural and Senior Experience

 

For Students following the 2011 degree catalog and earlier, below are the approved general studies categories and courses:

         English Composition (ENG 1010 & 1020), Mathematics, and Communications.

         Historical, Arts and Letters, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences.

Additional Graduation requirements for the 2011 degree catalog and earlier: Includes Multicultural and Senior Experience


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