Academic Advising and Support at CSU
There are many academic advising and support resources on campus. You may want to check, and bookmark, some of the following:
Center for Advising and Student Achievement (CASA) offers Intra-University Advising in the form of academic and major exploration for undeclared students, and students pursuing a major with specific entrance requirements.
CASA also offers Human and Animal Health Professions Advising for students interested in pursuing a professional degree program in veterinary medicine or any of the human health professions.
Academic Advancement Center (AAC) provides academic support services for students who are from low-income or first generation families, or who have physical and/or learning disabilities. Among the services offered are: study skills assistance, individual and group tutoring, access to computer labs, mentoring for new students, leadership for upper class students, as well as work-study opportunities.
The Office for Undergraduate Research and Artistry brings undergraduates, faculty and industry mentors together, providing opportunities for undergraduates to explore their interests in research, artistry, and other forms of creative work within their respective disciplines as well as gain experience-based credentials for their résumés.
Off-Campus Life is dedicated to providing a comprehensive array of services to meet the diverse needs of students who live off campus. Commuter and off-campus students are defined as those who do not live in institution-owned housing on campus - including students who live at home with their parents, in rental housing, or with their own families.
Adult Learners & Veteran Services. supports adult students and military veterans by providing an array of programs and services designed to assist their transition to campus life as well as to facilitate and support their academic success from beginning through graduation at CSU.
Morgan Library With comfortable group and individual work spaces, 300 desktop computers, 200 in-house use laptops (both PC and Mac), and reservable, high-tech, group-presentation rooms, Morgan Library provides a great environment for research, writing, relaxing, studying, or meeting with peers and professors. Expert library staff at the Information Desk on the first floor can help you with technology support, research, and referral to subject-specific experts. Interlibrary loan service provides access to resources beyond Morgan's collections, and provides delivery of many requested electronic materials.
Learning Assistance Program (LAP) provides CSU students with psycho-educational evaluations, through in-depth interviews, standardized tests, and specialized screenings, to identify learning disabilities and/or attention deficits that might be impeding their academic performance. With student consent—and on their behalf—LAP counselors interpret results, recommend academic adjustments or accommodations, and provide reports to advocacy groups, such as CSU's Resources for Disabled Students, and/or treatment through the CSU Health Network.
Stress Management Program (SMP) offered through CSU Health Network enables students to meet with a stress relief professional, identify stressors, learn various techniques, and practice skills necessary to relax the mind and body and relieve the negative consequences of stress.
The Career Center offers services focused on career exploration and decision making, career related experiential learning opportunities, and job search assistance to current students and recent alumni. Resources available include individual career counseling, interests/skills/personality assessments, web-based career resources, resume/cover letter and interviewing assistance, career fairs, on-campus career interviews, and an on-line job and internship listing service. In addition, most academic colleges have a Career Center Liaison to assist you in career exploration.