Important Dates & Deadlines

Wednesday, December 20th - Fall Grades Available on RamWeb

Friday, December 29th - Deadline for Academic Dismissal Appeals

Monday, January 15th - Last Day to Cancel Registration (no assessed tuition and fees)

Tuesday, January 16th - Spring 2018 Classes Begin

Saturday, March 10th - Sunday, March 18th - Spring Break

Monday, March 19th - Repeat/Delete Requests are Due and Course Withdrawal Period Ends

Friday, May 4th - Classes End

Monday, May 7th through Friday, May 11th - Final Exams

Friday, May 11th & Saturday, May 12th - Commencement Ceremonies

Wednesday, May 16th - Spring Grades Available on RamWeb 

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We are here to help guide CSU students identify how they can be successful both in and out of the classroom. Our mission is to provide increased access and support for struggling students, connecting them to appropriate campus resources and offices with the intention of helping them to remain in or regain good academic standing and ultimately to graduate from CSU.

We do this through one-on-one meetings, workshops, presentations, and campus/community referrals. Specifically, we are here to assist:

  • students who are concerned about their academics
  • students who are on academic probation, have been granted a dismissal appeal, or are returning to CSU on academic probation
  • students who are interested in returning to CSU to complete their degrees
  • students who feel they lack the support necessary to succeed 
  • students who need CSU policy clarification

Explore our website to learn more about us, the services we provide, and how we can help you succeed at CSU!

 

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Probation 1

Project Success: Project Success is an eight week workshop series designed to help students return to good academic standing. For students on their first semester of academic probation, this program is offered in the Spring semester only.

Ram Reconnect: If you are returning to CSU on your first semester of academic probation or after being academically dismissed, you will be required to attend a 1-hour workshop covering academic policies.

Success Coaching: If you are on your first semester of academic probation and are interested in learning about new ways to approach academics and get back into good standing, go ahead and schedule an appointment with the Collegiate Success Coach. Refer to the make an appointment link at the top of this webpage.

Probation 2

Project Success: Project Success is an eight week workshop series designed to help students return to good academic standing. For students on their second semester of academic probation, this program is offered in the Fall semester only.

Ram Reconnect: If you are returning to CSU on your second semester of academic probation, you will be required to attend a 1-hour workshop covering academic policies.

Ram Re-ROUTE: If you were on your second semester of academic probation and applied for a dismissal appeal, if it was granted you are required to attend a 1-hour workshop as well as meet with the Collegiate Success Coach three times. Workshops are only offered the first week of the semester.

Success Coaching: If you are on your second semester of academics probation and are interested eager to learn new ways to approach academics and get back into good standing, go ahead and schedule an appointment with the Collegiate Success Coach. Coaching can also be beneficial if you are facing academic dismissal and want assistance with your dismissal appeal. Refer to the make an appointment link at the top of this webpage.

Retroactive Withdrawal

A student may request that all grades in an academic period (one or more semesters of continuous enrollment) be retroactively removed and be replaced by entries of ―W on his or her transcript. A retroactive withdrawal may be granted only when a student could neither function normally during the academic period nor be reasonably expected to complete a university withdrawal due to extenuating circumstances such as an incident leading to major physical or mental trauma. Review the Guidelines for Writing a Retroactive Withdrawal.

If you are considering applying for a Retroactive Withdraw, we recommend you speak with the Collegiate Success Coach. Refer to the make an appointment link at the top of this webpage.

Parents/Family/Guardians

You can help your student by providing support and knowing some resources to connect - when your student is ready to hear you! For more tips about connecting with your student and many more resources, please visit the CSU Parents Website