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November 2015

Have you heard the buzz around campus?  CSU students are now in spring 2016 registration mode!   Many first and second year students can start registration the third week of November.  Make sure to  schedule an appointment with your academic advisor or ASC, and check out some tips for being prepared for your appointment.

Group Advising:

Some students have plans in place and need less one-on-one attention. These students who have not yet made an advising appointment might find that Group Advising fits their needs. To RSVP for a Group Advising session in the TILT building, please click on one of the links below. Email confirmations will be sent in daily batches, confirming your reservation and giving you next steps.

Wednesday, Nov 18, 10am - Full, no more RSVPs

Monday, Nov 30, 2:30pm - Full, no more RSVPs

Tuesday, Dec 1, 10am - Full, no more RSVPs

Friday, Dec 4, 2:30pm - Group Advising Session 4


Important dates worth noting:

Monday, October 26: Spring 2016 registration begins for graduate students, 2nd bachelor's degree, and special populations

Tuesday, October 27: Spring 2016 registration begins for seniors

Friday, October 30: Spring 2016 registration begins for juniors

Friday, November 6: Spring 2016 registration begins for sophomores

Friday, November 13: Spring 2016 registration begins for freshmen

Saturday, November 21 - Sunday, November 29: Fall Break.  No classes.  Take time to rest, reflect, and recharge.

 For more information about important dates and deadlines at the university, click here.


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