CSU - Pueblo offers Third Thursday, Second Saturday, orientation events this summer


CSU - Pueblo offers Third Thursday, Second Saturday, orientation events this summer

PUEBLO – Representatives from across the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus will extend their hours on Second Saturdays and Third Thursdays this summer to guide new and continuing students, transfers, non-traditional students, and graduate students through the registration and application processes. In addition, ThunderWolf Welcome, CSU-Pueblo’s mandatory New Student Orientation program, will be held four times throughout the summer for new first year students and new transfer students living on campus and twice in August for new transfer students living off campus and new first year students over the age of 24.

Second Saturdays/Third Thursdays
Streamlined registration and application sessions will be available from 9 a.m.-noon on Second Saturdays (June 8, July 13, and August 10) and from 3-7 p.m. on Third Thursdays (June 20 and July 18). Beginning June 18, staff will be at the Citadel Center, 730 Citadel Drive East, Suite 300, in Colorado Springs from 3-6 p.m. to assist Colorado Springs area students with registration every other Tuesday (June 18, July 2, July 16, and July 30). Colorado Springs students should call 719.549.2584 to schedule an appointment. Refreshments will be available at all Pueblo events.

For the Pueblo campus events, new students can RSVP online at gocsupueblo.com or by calling 719.549.2418.  Continuing students can RSVP at colostate-pueblo.edu or 719.549.2629.  Both events will take place in Administration 201. To take full advantage of the event, you should either be accepted for admission or bring official high school transcripts and ACT/SAT test scores or official college transcripts
 

Students may use the days to complete a variety of tasks, including:
  • Register for classes
  • Visit with Financial Aid staff
  • Apply for admission
  • Complete a housing contract
  • Apply for Veterans Education Benefits
  • Take a campus tour
  • Get their student ID (free on this day)
  • Sign up for Orientation
  • Learn about Student Services and Student Activities
  • Receive a transfer evaluation
During the June dates, students also may sign up for the Summer Scholars programs, July 15-August 14, which allows incoming freshmen to earn six college credits in four weeks while
living on campus and experiencing the great Colorado outdoors for just $2500. This price for resident and non-resident students alike includes tuition, fees, books, housing, meals, parking, and outdoor activities like hiking, biking, or kayaking. Interested individuals must complete a Summer Scholars Registration Confirmation and submit a $250 pre-payment within seven days of registration for the program.

Summer Orientations
ThunderWolf Welcome, CSU-Pueblo’s mandatory New Student Orientation program, will be held four times throughout the summer for new first year students and new transfer students living on campus and twice in August for new transfer students living off campus and new first year students over the age of 24.

New First Year Students and New Transfer Students Living on Campus
Thursday, June 27-Friday, June 28
Monday, July 15-Tuesday, July 16
Thursday, July 25-Friday, July 26
Thursday, August 22-Friday, August 23 (for out-of-state students)

New Transfer Students Living off Campus and New First Year Students Over 24
Thursday, August 15
Friday, August 16

New students will learn about the academic, co-curricular, and technological expectations and resources available to them, as well as learn about the campus and meet fellow students, faculty, and staff. Students must register online at www.colostate-pueblo.edu/orientation at least one week prior to their intended date of attendance.


Colorado State University - Pueblo is a regional, comprehensive university emphasizing professional, career-oriented, and applied programs. Displaying excellence in teaching, celebrating diversity, and engaging in service and outreach, CSU-Pueblo is distinguished by access, opportunity, and the overall quality of services provided to its students.