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Going out on top
President Stephen Jordan will retire – after 11 years and an impressive list of accomplishments – from the University on June 30, 2017.
It’s now “The Regency Athletic Complex at MSU Denver,” thanks to naming deal
MSU Denver President Stephen Jordan announced today a $1 million naming rights agreement for the University’s new athletic complex.
MSU Denver to honor veterans with Nov. 11 flag-raising
MSU Denver will recognize the sacrifices made by men and women in uniform with its annual Veterans Day flag-raising ceremony on Monday at 10:45 a.m. at the Tivoli Commons.
Japanese jazz trio to perform on campus
MSU Denver’s Golda Meir Center and the Department of Music have partnered with the Japan Foundation and the Consulate-General of Japan in Denver to bring the renowned Japanese jazz group Ai Kuwabara Trio Project to campus in November.
MSU Denver and Colorado Heights University establish business school partnership
MSU Denver has partnered with Colorado Heights University in southwest Denver to authorize general studies and business core transfer credits toward a Bachelor of Science degree in one of five business disciplines: accounting, computer information systems, finance, management and marketing.
Athletic initiative brings tennis to Greenlee youngsters
MSU Denver is helping to dispel the myth that tennis is a sport reserved for a select few.
MSU Denver establishes dual enrollment nursing partnership with community colleges
In an effort to establish new cost-effective education alternatives for Colorado nursing students, MSU Denver has partnered with two area community colleges to offer a dual-enrollment option that enables students to graduate in four years with a bachelor of science degree in nursing.
MSU Denver maintains leadership in higher education diversity
Metropolitan State University of Denver continues to lead all four-year Colorado higher education institutions in diversity, with 7,326 students of color enrolled.
MSU Denver attracts and retains majority of projected ASSET students
Although undocumented students in Colorado have more higher education options that ever before, they continue to make Metropolitan State University of Denver their school of choice.