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September 2016

Exploring Majors. You're moved in and your schedule is set. Now it's time to get to work! Our advisors like to meet with each of their students for an hour during September to explore major options and plans. Whether you're confused about how to research majors or are certain you want to join a competitive major like engineering or business administration, schedule a meeting with your Academic Success Coordinator today by calling 970-491-7095.

First 50 Days: By attending and participating in the First 50 Days programs, new students will learn about involvement opportunities on campus, become a part of the CSU campus, engage in community-wide events and enhance their connection to being a CSU Ram! As a new student within the first 8 weeks of the semester, you should plan on participating in these events.

Probation and GPA Repair. If your cumulative GPA dipped below 2.0, now is the time to meet with your Academic Success Coordinator to develop a strategy for fall. Call 970-491-7095 to schedule a PEAK appointment today.

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Regina Martel:  Communications Manager

Employer or name of company: National Campus Leadership Council (NCLC)

Position Description

Our organization works with student leaders from around the country who are engaging in higher education issue areas that are directly facing our generation. We research awesome student leaders and then reach out to them to learn about what they are doing on their campus and look for ways to engage them in the national conversation. My job is to get those student stories to the media to empower student voices in these areas. I work to create relationships with reporters at the campus, local, state and national media as well as work in digital communication (social media) to get our message out as well.

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Current CSU Students

Andrew Cox:  Graduation  Fall 2015


Most students who come to CSU as an undeclared student feel pressured to pick a major simply because a lot of students around them already have a major.  In reality, many of these students who have declared a major will end up changing their major several times during the course of their undergraduate studies because they too find that they are still exploring their interests. In a way, undeclared students have more freedom to explore the possibilities and see what truly interests them as opposed to being limited to classes that are required for students who have their major determined already.  By being undeclared, you have officially declared that you are willing to keep an open mind to all the possibilities!

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