Students

Advising

Construction Management Advising Office
222B Guggenheim Hall
(970) 491-7354
cmadvising@colostate.edu

Undergraduate Advising

The advising office is open Monday-Friday from 8:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm.

Appointments are required to create a first-time curriculum plan or to obtain an advising code (Pre-CM students). Call us at 970-491-7354 to schedule an appointment.

Drop-In Advising is available for students who want to update an existing curriculum plan or who have quick questions they want to address. Drop-In’s are available on Mondays from 2-4pm and Thursdays from 9-11am.

Adding Construction Management Major or Minor

If you are a current CSU student looking to add or change your major to Construction Management, please sign up for a Change of Major workshop.

The change of major workshop serves as an information session about the program and our industry, provides students with a personalized academic plan, and an override for CON 101 (if space is available).

If you are a current CSU student looking to add the Construction Management minor, please call the advising office at 970-491-7354 to set up an appointment.

Graduate Advising

General Advising from a Construction Management Advisor

The Construction Management advisor serves as a liaison to graduate students. This advisor processes all administrative documentation for CM graduate students as well as answer questions and provide support for class registration.

The CM advisor meets with prospective, new, and continuing CM graduate students.

Contact the CM Graduate Program Advisor at cmgradadvising@colostate.edu

Faculty Advising

Upon admission to the graduate program students are assigned a temporary faculty advisor. Your faculty advisor will assist you in investigating research interests, potential committee members and permanent adviser options. Once research interests are considered you will select your permanent advisor, who also serves as chairperson of your graduate committee. You must notify the Department in writing once your permanent advisor has been selected. Please see faculty areas of interest.

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