Summer and Fall 2020 Registration Coming Soon!

We recommend that you meet with an advisor at least once a semester. Please call (970) 491-3799 or schedule online at to make an appointment.

Drop-in advising is also available for quick questions:
Monday: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Tuesday: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Wednesday: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Registration Begins. . .
Seniors (90+ credits) – April 7
Juniors (60+ credits) – April 10
Sophomores (30+ credits) – April 17
Continuing First Years (<30 credits) – April 24

Advising Codes have been placed on accounts of students who are on academic probation, and some students who have reached Junior standing, or who have
recently transferred to CSU.

Academic probation is defined by a student’s cumulative GPA being below a 2.0. If you are in this situation, we will discuss
options for repairing your GPA when you come in for advising, as well as assist you in planning
classes for the upcoming semester.
You will not be able to register for fall until you see your advisor.

Important Dates

March 14-22: Spring Break

March 23: Last Day to Withdraw from Most Courses; Repeat-Delete Forms Due

March 24: Summer Registration

April: Fall 2020 Registration

May 8: Last Day of Spring Semester Classes; Complete University Withdrawal Deadline

May 11-15: Final Exams

May 15: CNS Graduation, Moby
Arena; check-in 6:00pm; ceremony 7:30pm

Looking for Summer Internships?

Here are some tools to help you be
successful in the search and application

Handshake is a great tool through the CSU Career Center where you can search for internship and job postings for people wanting to hire CSU Students.

Tips for creating a resume.

Tips for interviewing.

Campus Connections Opportunity

Want to mentor at-risk youth for 3 upper division credits during the Fall 2020 semester?

Consider joining Campus Connections!

Applications open in March!

Need help with classes?

TILT@CSU is an online and in-person resource for CSU students to find tutoring and online tutorials that can help them learn and succeed. To find a tutor, go to and choose a subject that you would like tutoring for!

TILT@CSU also has a database of
private tutors who are available to tutor for a fee. You can find information about how long tutors have been tutoring, what
trainings they may have received for tutoring, and what courses they tutor on their website online.

CSU Summer Registration is Almost Here!

Taking classes at CSU this summer can help you catch up on credits or just get ahead to make life easier later! We encourage you to look at the summer schedule (on RamWeb) and register for classes, starting March 24th. Here are the Psychology classes being offered this summer:

**Please note that courses are subject to cancellation if the course is under enrolled, please check RamWeb for up to date information**

Course Title Location
PSY 100 General Psychology On campus & online
PSY 210 Psychology of the Individual in


On campus & online
PSY 250 Research Methods in Psychology On campus & online
PSY 252 Mind, Brain, and Behavior On campus & online
PSY 253 Human Factors and Engineering Psychology Online
PSY 260 Child Psychology On campus
PSY 300 Positive Psychology Online
PSY 305 Psychology of Religion Online
PSY 310 Basic Counseling Skills On campus & online (weekender)
PSY 311B Basic Counseling Skills Laboratory

(Non-CAC I)

On campus
PSY 315 Social Psychology On campus & online
PSY 317 Social Psychology Lab On campus & online
PSY 320 Abnormal Psychology On campus & online
PSY 325 Psychology of Personality On campus & online
PSY 327 Psychology of Women On campus & online (weekender)
PSY 328 Psychology of Human Sexuality Online
PSY 330 Clinical and Counseling Psychology Online
PSY 335 Forensic Psychology On campus & online
PSY 340 Organizational Psychology Online
PSY 341 Organizational Psychology Lab Online
PSY 350 Research Design and Analysis II Online
PSY 360 Psychology of Drug Addiction Treatment On campus
Course Title Location
PSY 362 Professional Issues in Addiction     Treatment On campus
PSY 364 Infectious Diseases and Substance Use Online
PSY 370 Psychological Measurement and Testing Online
PSY 371 Psychological Measurement and Testing Lab Online
PSY 440 Industrial Psychology Online
PSY 441 Industrial Psychology Lab Online
PSY 452 Cognitive Psychology On campus & online
PSY 454 Biological Psychology On campus
PSY 455 Biological Psychology Lab On campus
PSY 456 Sensation and Perception Online
PSY 457 Sensation and Perception Lab Online
PSY 458 Cognitive Neuroscience Online
PSY 459 Cognitive Neuroscience Lab Online
PSY 460 Child Exceptionality and                  Psychopathology Online
PSY 492C—001 Sport & Exercise On campus (weekender)
PSY 492C—002 The Psychology of Prejudice and     Discrimination On campus
PSY 492C—003 The Good Life: Lifestyle Interventions for Everyone On campus (weekender)
PSY 492C—005 Psychology of Happiness On campus (weekender)
PSY 492D Seminar: The Science and Practice of Leadership for Today and Tomorrow On campus (weekender)
PSY 492F—001 Seminar: Psychology of Eating On campus (weekender)
PSY 493 Capstone Seminar Online

Registration for the Fall 2020 semester starts in April! Make sure to schedule an appointment with your advisor prior to your registration date.
Call 970-491-3799 or schedule online to make an appointment.

Check Out the Campus Club: Active Minds

CSU’s “Active Minds” is Changing the Conversation about Mental Health!

“We’re a student-led organization with the mission of raising awareness among our peers about suicide and mental health. We want to create a community that is not only supportive but conscious of depressive, self-destructive, or suicidal behavior. It’s important to us to promote the idea that mental health is just as vital as physical health. We seek to empower college students to speak openly about mental health and encourage help-se

eking behavior.”

Drop-In Group—FREE, Noncommittal

Active Minds logo

3/11, 4/1, 4/15, 4/29 from 5pm – 6pm in Stadium 1214

Questions? Contact

REMINDER: The Course Withdrawal Deadline is Monday, March 23rd (the Monday after returning from Spring Break). We will have extra drop-in hours this day to discuss if withdrawing from a course is the best option for you. Drop-in hours are from 9:00am until 2:00pm.


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Or, follow us on Twitter @PsyCSUAdvising!

Did you know. . .students who live on campus do better academically than those who live off campus? For more information regarding on-campus living options, go to

Looking for a job/internship working with youth? Summer camps might be a great option for you! Check out this link for more information about the opportunities available for Summer 2020–

Please contact Kelli Gupton, at if you have any information you’d like to submit to an upcoming Undergraduate Psychology Newsletter