CSU Advising Community

This is a coordinated effort among CSU advising units to support student success. We encourage advising professionals to set up meetings or familiarize themselves to continue developing the CSU advising community. 

Becoming a RAM

Colorado State evaluates prospective students through holistic review. That means students are not evaluated by a set of requirements, but instead by their entire academic and personal record.

Readmit process: Students often will take pauses and detours in their academic

Help with DARS, exception forms, Registration Dates, FERPA, Transcripts, Holds & appeal forms. There are liaison for your college. 

The Office of the Registrar  quarterly newsletter “Registrar’s Updates” is for faculty and staff.

The newsletter highlights and provides clarification and information on topics related to matriculation through graduation. If you have suggestions on topics that could benefit our campus community, contact us via email.

Orientation & Transition Programs (OTP) 

Orientation & Transition Programs coordinators the onboarding experience for new incoming student (First-year and Transfer students). Advising Network works closely with this Unit to support new incoming students.

First-Year Ram Orientation

Transfer RAM Orientation

International Student RAM Orientation

RAM Welcome-The next part of your orientation experience is to engage in Ram Welcome!

Transition Programs– New student seminars, Getting to year Two, Transfer programs. 

Academic Resources

Learning Accommodations

Student Disability Center

Assistive Technology Resources Center (ATRC)

The Assistive Technology Resource Center ensures equitable access to technology and electronic information at CSU. ATRC staff work with students with disabilities one-on-one to identify and implement the best assistive technology options to support students in their academics. The ATRC provides thorough training on how to use assistive technology and can loan out equipment and software to students. .

English

The completion of three credits of math and CO 15o are important factors to a student’s success

 
 

Career & Professional Development
Student Services

Distress Students Support Resources

Housing Resouces
Identity Group & Cultural Center

Student Diversity Programs and Services

Colorado State University (CSU) is proud of its efforts to enhance, appreciate and support diversity and multi-culturalism as part of its mission as a land-grant institution of higher education.

 

Retention Programs

It takes a team to support a student. A student connection to these specific programs can be found in in a Student Navigate profile in “Your Success Team” These partners are also input and reviewing notes in Navigate system and provide proactive programing.

Professional Development