New Student Seminar

New Student Seminars are courses available to new students to assist them with their transition to CSU.  Each New Student Seminar course includes an Instructor and an upper-class Peer Facilitator who will assist new students with making connections as part of their new student experience.

Fall 2016 Seminars:
 

Exploring Major Tracks (For Undeclared/Exploring Students)

In this 1 credit, 8 week course, new first-year students will learn about academic and career options within the various major tracks at CSU. Experiential opportunities will allow students to explore academic options in determining how students’ interests and abilities fit with these options. Students will also be introduced to exploring their professional and educational goals and the achievement of these goals for their success at CSU, and begin to develop a network within the CSU community.  These seminars are taught by Academic Success Coordinators from the Center for Advising and Student Achievement (CASA), staff of Orientation and Transition Programs or the Career Center.

IU 172-First 8 Weeks (Beginning Week of August 22nd):

  • Exploring Major Tracks-Section 001- Mon/Wed 9:00am-9:50am

  • Exploring Major Tracks- Section 002-Mon/Wed 10:00-10:50am

  • Exploring Major Tracks-Section 003- Mon/Wed 11:00-11:50am

  • Exploring Major Tracks- Section 004- Mon/Wed- 12:00-12:50pm

  • Exploring Major Tracks- Section 005- Mon/Wed- 1:00-1:00pm

  • Exploring Major Tracks-Section 006- Tues/Thurs- 1:00-1:50pm  

  • Exploring Major Tracks-Section 007- Tues/Thurs- 2:00-2:50pm  

Talk to your Academic Success Coordinator in the Center for Advising and Student Achievement during Ram Orientation for more information or to register for the course.

If you have questions about these courses contact orientation@colostate.edu or call (970) 491-6011.