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Metropolitan State Denver is a public graduate school in Denver, Colorado. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 638 graduate students. Of the 3 graduate programs offered at Metropolitan State University of Denver, only 1 is offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Metropolitan State University of Denver are Social Work, Teaching, and Accounting. 43% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
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Speer Blvd and Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80217

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The students that go to Metro Denver are definitely calm and not uptight about everything, they know how to let loose and let go. They don’t stress or take things too serious. They know how to party. The staff is also pretty calm from what I’ve experienced and the area that surrounds the campus has a city vibe to it, it feels like New York City at night. It’s a chill campus with people who know how to keep cool, the surroundings definitely help with that vibe.
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The campus is quite nice with many different buildings that are not too far apart. There are not many choices for food on campus which is a downside. Once a week they have many food trucks that come, however they are pricey. It can be challenging academically if you do not have direction and are not sure what you want to do. The advisors are not really helpful and seem to be less than interested in investing time to the students.
i just visited student union building for quite a few times for my youth ministry on campus. there are many christian organization recruiting students to their organization and there are many students activities going on at students union. i see many high school and middle school students touring on campus and there are always services offering for high school and middle school and elementary school students for summer comps and programs to ready for the next grade or steam related programs. cafeteria has many choices of food and recently they build baseball fields and dormtory for students convenience. tuition is the cheapest in 4 year university in colorado