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Support for Academics: U-TURN Program

U-Turn is an academic success event that supports students in reaching their goals and identifying strategies to thrive. U-Turn takes place on March 4th from 10:00 am-4:00 pm U-Turn is a strategic support program for all CSU students held near the middle of the semester to encourage students who are struggling in a course or multiple courses to seek direct …

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Support for International Families, Scholars, and Students

Hello International RamFam! International spouses and families are a crucial part of the lives of many of our international students and scholars and how our CSU community takes care of you means a lot to us! International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) offers a wide range of supports for your family and your student focused on helping them navigate their …

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S/U Grading Updates

RamFam, S/U grading options are now available for students for the Spring 2021 semester! Please see the letter which was sent to your students last month for additional details, including tuition refunds and deadlines.  Dear Rams, Congratulations on your success in navigating these first few weeks of the semester, and settling into your courses and new routines. S/U Grading Options …

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CSU Summer Session 2021: More affordable and flexible

Summer Session allows students to complete credits in a shorter time frame through online, hybrid, and in-person courses. Three of five students participate in Summer Session during their CSU journey and experience academic, financial, and time-saving benefits. Students who attend summer session: • Can complete a challenging course, prerequisite, or fulfill a core requirement. • Participate in experiential learning such …

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TILT & Eagle Feather Tutoring for Spring ’21

The TILT Tutoring program is excited to share their plans for this Spring 2021 semester.  Based on feedback from students, tutors, and faculty they will be offering both drop-in tutoring and tutor review sessions for select courses. Drop-in tutoring will be held in Zoom on Sundays – Thursdays from 6 – 9 pm beginning Sunday, January 24. Students with specific …

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STEM – Students Advocating for Themselves

By: Kathryn Berta and Mekdelawit Desta   As students transition to fully online learning after Fall Break, it is more important than ever to have students be able to advocate for themselves and have open communication with their professors. There are many ways a student can start that conversation and reach out. First, make sure that your student has all …

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Accelerated Programs: A Pathway to Early Graduation

Accelerated Programs are designed for students to graduate in less than four years. Students can make steady academic progress, complete their degree early, and be on their way to their next chapter in life. Participating Programs Colorado State University students pursuing select programs of study may graduate by the end of their third spring or summer term. First-year students and …

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Where in the world will your student be next semester?

Education abroad – the opportunity to live and learn outside of the United States — is a life-changing opportunity with enormous benefits for CSU students that include enhancing their studies, better preparing them for their careers, and engaging them as citizens of the world. This year CSU sent nearly 1,700 students to over 80 countries for study, research, internships, service …