Students

Support Services for Students

Department of Construction Management Resources

Advising Office

  • (970) 491-7354, 222A Guggenheim Hall
  • Assists Pre-CM and CM students with registration, curriculum plans, academic issues, minors, basic internship questions, campus resources, and overrides or waitlists, all by appointment
  • All Pre-CM students MUST meet with an advisor to obtain an advising code each semester

Phelps Placement Office

  • (970) 491-7129, 113 Guggenheim Hall
  • Assists Pre-CM and CM students with internship and career placement/services including in-house interviews, bi-annual Career Fairs, resumes, and mock interviews

Student Activities

  • Student Organizations - Find information on the various CM student clubs, including membership and upcoming events
  • CM Cares - Find information on the department initiative to promote service-learning by infusing leadership traits, team-building, and ethics through community service projects, as well as information on upcoming/current projects and how to volunteer

Finances and Student Records

Registrar's Office

  • (970) 491-4860, Centennial Hall, registrar.colostate.edu
  • Provides services in academic records, registration, classroom scheduling, degree certification, transfer evaluation, Repeat/Delete, and veterans' educational benefits

Office of Financial Aid

  • (970) 491-6321, Centennial Hall, financialaid@colostate.edu
  • Provides services in financial aid, billing, tuition/costs, and residency

Veterans Benefits

Academic Assistance

The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TiLT)

  • (970) 491-3132, TiLT Building (Oval), tilt.colostate.edu/learning
  • Offers workshops and tutoring services designed to enhance the educational experience of students by developing academic skills, supporting work in courses, providing preparation for life after graduation, and offering enrichments that go beyond the classroom

Writing Center

  • (970) 491-0222, Room 23 Eddy Hall, writingcenter.colostate.edu
  • Assists with writing of any genre or discipline - composition papers, lab reports, dissertations, posters, websites, and more - at any stage in the writing process
  • A Writing Center Consultant can assist whether you are brainstorming for ideas, conducting research, or revising a draft for the third time

Health and Well-Being

CSU Health Network

  • (970) 491-7121, CSU Health and Medical Center, 151 West Lake Street health.colostate.edu/services/medical-services
  • Offers a variety of medical services ranging from care for physical and mental needs to physical therapy, optometry, and dental services
  • Ancillary services include state-of-the-art computerized x-ray department, a CLIA-certified laboratory, and a pharmacy that carries prescription and over-the-counter medications

Counseling Services

  • (970) 491-6053, CSU Health and Medical Center, 151 West Lake Street health.colostate.edu/services/counseling-services
  • Offers confidential counseling services for situational problems, immediate crises, or longstanding mental health concerns
  • Professional staff includes licensed psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed professional counselors, as well as graduate student staff from each of these disciplines

Student Diversity and Special Populations

Student Diversity Programs and Services

  • studentdiversity.colostate.edu
  • A selection of programs and services designed to support students in a variety of ways and provide opportunities to successfully participate in, and contribute to, the diverse campus environment

Resources for Disabled Students

  • (970) 491-6385, 100 General Services, rds.colostate.edu
  • Facilitates the educational pursuits of students who have disabilities by coordinating a variety of services that support the unique academic needs of permanently and temporarily disabled students

Adult Learner and Veteran Services

  • (970) 491-3977, 288 Lory Student Center, adultstudents.colostate.edu
  • Supports the personal and academic success of adult learners and student veterans by establishing an environment conducive to learning

Miscellaneous Campus Resources

Study Abroad

  • (970) 491-6342, Laurel Hall, http://educationabroad.colostate.edu/
  • Serves as a resource for students interested in studying abroad
  • Check website for information regarding informational meetings and walk-in hours

The Career Center

  • (970) 491-5707, 120 Lory Student Center, career.colostate.edu
  • Offers personality and career assessments and other tools for career and major exploration

Student Legal Services

  • (970) 491-1482, 284 Lory Student Center, sls.colostate.edu
  • Offers free legal assistance to CSU students taking at least 6 credits through confidential one-on-one consultations with experienced, licensed attorneys
  • This office will assist with nearly every type of legal issue