NEED TO MEET WITH A CS ADVISOR?
|Current CS Majors and Minors||Option 1 – Appointments: For questions that would take 10 minutes or more, schedule an advising appointment. Example: rewriting degree plan.
|Option 1: Schedule an appointment in Navigate.
|Option 2 – Drop In Hours: For questions less than 10 minutes, attend Drop-In hours. Example: Prerequisite override request.||Option 2: Open Microsoft Teams to find your advisor’s drop-in hours.|
|Current CSU Undergrads Interested in CS Major or Minor||Stop by the CS front desk on the second floor of the CS building, call the CS front desk at (970) 491-5792, or email our reception compsci_receptionist@Mail.colostate.edu to schedule an appointment.|
|Future Students Interested in CS Major and Minor||Contact the CS Front Desk to schedule an appointment with a CS advisor.
Find out more about admissions requirements.
|Stop by the CS front desk on the second floor of the CS building, call the CS front desk at (970) 491-5792, or email our reception compsci_receptionist@Mail.colostate.edu to schedule an appointment.|
|Transfer Students||Transfer students interested in CS Major or Minor.||Call the CS front desk at (970) 491-5792, or email our reception compsci_receptionist@Mail.colostate.edu to schedule an appointment.|
|2nd Bachelor’s Students||Students who have completed a non-CS degree may be unsure whether to pursue a 2nd bachelor’s or to complete prerequisite courses for a CS masters.||
|Current Graduate Students||Current graduate students with questions about their program.||Email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Prospective Graduate Students||Students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Computer Science.||Email email@example.com.|
|CSU Online Computer Science||Students seeking an entirely online program.||Email our CSU online computer science advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org .|
|Data Science Students||Students in the Data Science program.||Visit the Data Science Advising page or email Sophie Deam at Sophie.Deam@colostate.edu.|
REGISTERING FOR CLASSES
It is highly recommended that all computer science majors meet with an academic advisor to update degree plans and to make sure graduation requirements are being met. Students may register for classes by accessing RamWeb. Students also can use RamWeb to check for their registration date, holds, etc.
VIEW YOUR COURSE MATERIAL IN CANVAS
Login to Canvas to view most of your courses and course materials.
BENEFITS OF ACADEMIC ADVISING
- Assistance with interpreting the Computer Science degree program requirements
- Assistance selecting and registering for courses
- Referrals to other resources on and off-campus
- Assistance interpreting forms and policies