These Fall 2023 Open House events are opportunities to explore 60+ undergraduate programs and discover which one is the right fit for you!
In-person: Tuesday, October 17, 5–7 p.m. Online: Thursday, October 19, 5–6 p.m.
New students are high school graduates or students with no prior college classes or students who have attempted fewer than 16 college level semester credits. Your official high school transcript is required. All transcripts for advanced placement courses and official test scores must be sent to Metropolitan State University from CollegeBoard prior to enrolling.
Consideration for first-year student admission will be based on one or all of the following criteria:
High school class rank in the upper 50th percentile
ACT, PSAT or SAT composite score at or above national median
A GED transcript with test scores
A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.
Applying to Metro State
Priority Application Deadlines:
Spring – October 1
Summer – March 1
Fall – March 1
*If deadline falls on a weekend, it is extended to the next business day.
You are encouraged to complete your application early in order to allow for receipt of an official transfer credit evaluation, any required assessments, and financial aid packaging.
Notification of a positive admission decision will list any conditions that you must satisfy before you can register for coursework. These conditions may include academic assessments and completion of orientation.
You can check the status of your application through eServices applicant portal to ensure that we have received your application, and transcripts.
Important note: Incomplete applicants will be reviewed for the following semester.