College of Professional Studies
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How to Reach the College of Professional Studies
The College of Professional studies main office is currently working remotely. We are ready to support you via email, phone, or video conferencing. If you need assistance, please call us at 303-615-1100; the Dean's office phones are being forwarded. If you reach voicemail, please leave a message. We will be checking the voicemail every hour during business hours and responding to ASAP. You can also reach us via email: Cpsoffice@msudenver.edu
- Temporary changes to Academic Advising
For more information please see the letter from the Dean of the College of Professional studies A Message from the Dean
The College of Professional Studies' (CPS) primary objective is student success. Through excellence in learning, CPS prepares students for professional life and post-graduate degrees. CPS fosters an atmosphere of respect among students, staff and faculty.
Led by academically-qualified faculty bolstered by real-world experience, CPS engages Colorado with partnerships and interacts with the community as a living laboratory through meaningful internships and field placements.
Real World Experience
The College of Professional Studies integrates academic excellence with real world experience for a diverse student community, striving to be the pre-eminent source of professional education in Colorado.
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