Pups on the Plaza event reminds students it’s time to register for summer classes

Registration for Summer Session is open and continues until courses begin. Last week’s Pups on the Plaza (and one cat!) event gave students a chance to reduce stress with therapy animals and meet with staff from summer programs and offices. Human-Animal Bond in Colorado provided the therapy teams.

Three of five students attend summer classes during their time at CSU.

Summer Session is an opportunity for students to:

  • Study on campus, online or in experiential courses
  • Make academic progress toward graduation
  • Focus intensely on one or two classes
  • Lighten course load in other semesters
  • Explore a new interest or add a concentration, minor or second major
Summer session 2019 schedule

Resources for students in summer 2019

Courses at a Glance allows students to search over 1,700 course sections by subject or term within Summer Session. With weekday classes and online courses offered in terms of varying lengths, and weekend courses, students may find options to fit most summer plans.

Learn more and register

To learn more visit the Summer Session website, email or call (970) 491-1590.

Anne Van Arsdall, director of Summer Session Initiatives at CSU, would like to hear from anyone with ideas for courses or programs that would benefit students and help advance the University’s Student Success Initiatives to promote timely graduation and eliminate graduation gaps. For example, courses to allow for optimal preparation for fall courses (prerequisite or skills enhancement courses), pipeline programs to assure access and transition, and intervention programs for specific student populations or programs of study. To provide feedback, contact Anne Van Arsdall at (970) 491-2733.