Visit canvas.colostate.edu/student-support/ for help with common issues or to submit a help ticket.
Faculty are continuing to hold office hours and will meet virtually with students using Microsoft Teams or another online communication platform in Canvas. Contact your instructor for full details.
The College of Business has a limited supply of laptops available for loans through final exams. Because the number of laptops is limited, please be considerate of other students and only make your request if you do not have the desktop or laptop necessary to fully engage in online coursework. These laptops are being issued on a first come, first served basis and must be returned at the end of the Spring 2020 semester.
Make laptop requests here
Morgan Library is making laptops available for long-term checkouts extending until May 18. Students who live more than 50 miles from Fort Collins can request a laptop to be mailed to them for use until the end of the school year. Please consider the supply of computers is limited and many students may be in need.
To request a laptop call (970) 491-1842.
To get up-to-date information on the Library’s resources in light of COVID-19, visit: https://lib.colostate.edu/covid-19-library-updates-and-resources
Some wireless providers have eliminated data caps and eliminated fees associated with using phones as hotspots to connect laptops to the internet. Contact your wireless carrier to determine if it has expanded access.
All Xfinity wireless hotspots are also available to use free of charge. They are located in small and medium businesses and in public outdoor areas. Locate one in your area. Be mindful of social-distancing protocols when accessing public hotspots.
All academic advising will be performed remotely over email or Microsoft Teams through Spring 2020. Appointments can be scheduled here.
Because academic advisors are working remotely and away from their desk phones, Microsoft Teams provides voice or video conferencing for advisement.
Yes. We plan to continue to remain in contact with our students over email as we have in the past. Students will continue to receive the monthly Advising Newsletter which will keep you informed of important advising related information for the month.
CSU has extended the course withdrawal period to May 8, the last day of classes for Spring 2020 only. Withdrawing from a course allows a student to drop a course with an indication of “W” on the transcript. It does not include an option for tuition refund. Before withdrawing from a course, you should contact your Advisor to discuss the option. Some courses and concentrations such as Accounting require specific grades to continue progressing through the curriculum. If you are receiving scholarships and/or financial aid, you should reach out to those entities, as withdrawing from a course could impact these financial awards.
The deadline to submit a Repeat/Delete form to the Registrar has been extended to May 8 for Spring 2020 only.
Following the end-of-semester grade posting for spring semester 2020, students will be able to request a S/U grade rather than traditional letter grade up until June 5th 2020 for any course taken in this semester. The S/U policy applies to all spring 2020 undergraduate and graduate courses.
For the most up-to-date grading policies, please visit https://www.acns.colostate.edu/keep-learning/ and discuss your options with your academic advisor before making a decision.
Students should always consult with an academic advisor to assess the implications associated with their unique situation. Some potential considerations include:
For the most up-to-date grading policies, please visit https://www.acns.colostate.edu/keep-learning/.
Yes, because the CSU Testing Center is unable to provide the exam, the CIS200 Prequalification Exam will be waived for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 CIS200 registration only. Students will not need an override to register for this course for Summer 2020 or Fall 2020 term.
You can schedule an appointment with a College of Business Career Counselor through your Handshake account at https://colostate.joinhandshake.com/appointments or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All our appointments will take place virtually via email, phone, or video depending on your preference. When you send an inquiry through email, be sure to include your phone number.
Yes, the CMC is still conducting mock interviews, however they will take place virtually via phone or video rather than in-person. You can schedule a mock interview with a Mock Interview Specialist through Handshake at https://colostate.joinhandshake.com/appointments or by emailing us at email@example.com. When sending an inquiry through email, be sure to include your phone number so we can reach out to you for additional information needed to customize your mock interview.
Yes, the CMC is still conducting drop-in hours on a virtual basis Mondays – Thursdays 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. During this time, a CMC Career Counselor will be available to speak with you over the phone for 15 minutes to answer any quick questions you may have or get you started with some resources. If you would like to speak to a Career Counselor during our drop-in hours without scheduling an appointment in advance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your phone number and our staff will put you in touch with the Career Counselor staffing drop-ins during that time.
Possibly. The Career Management Center is working on modifying some corporate events to give students an opportunity to connect with companies who still have internships and jobs to fill. For the most up-to-date information on events, visit Handshake at https://colostate.joinhandshake.com/events and also watch for the CMC newsletter on Monday mornings where we’ll promote any upcoming virtual events with companies.
Yes! We plan to still send out our weekly CMC newsletter on Monday mornings. If you have unsubscribed from our newsletter and want to be added again, please email Patti at Patti.Chapman@colostate.edu and request to be added.
The CMC has developed many career resources for you that are available right in your Canvas Dashboard. Look for the COB Career Management Center Resource Course tile that corresponds with your graduation year. Here you’ll find many helpful resources, videos, and exercises to answer your career questions. Remember that many of our career resources are also accessible to you in Handshake at https://colostate.joinhandshake.com/schools/51/articles
Visit safety.colostate.edu/coronavirus for the most up-to-date information from the University.
Visit the Larimer County Health Department or your local health department for the latest guidance.
Call 970.491.7121 before coming to the CSU Health and Medical Center.
The CSU Health Network has also pulled together suggestions for managing fears and anxiety around COVID-19.
Beginning Wednesday, March 18, Counseling Services will transition to providing services over the phone. In-person appointments will be suspended until further notice. We will be available during typical business hours. Counseling Services Drop-In Hours will be available over the phone. Call (970) 491-6053 to access drop-in services.
We encourage all students to continue to engage with the many university resources in place just for them, including:
Following recommendations from public health officials, the University has made the difficult decision to move the May Commencement ceremonies to December to allow all our graduates to share their achievements with their families in person.
We will celebrate all CSU 2020 graduates with commencement ceremonies on campus December 18-20, 2020. The schedule for specific ceremonies will be forthcoming in the coming weeks and posted here.
All face-to-face events have been canceled through the end of the Spring 2020 semester, but some have transitioned to online alternative. View the Events tab for an overview of College of Business events.
No. The existing Spring Semester schedule is still in effect, and the last day of classes is May 8. Finals week begins May 11.
The last day to withdraw from individual classes has been extended to May 8. More information on the withdrawal process is available from the CSU registrar.
We anticipate completing the semester of instruction for our students and they will continue to earn academic credits, so tuition and fee refunds are not being offered. CSU’s refund and tuition adjustment policy will follow the university’s existing regular semester protocols.
For more information on policies regarding refunds following the COVID-19 transition to online classes, visit safety.colostate.edu/tuition-refund/.