Summer 2009


SUMMER CALENDAR 2009                                                                                                                                

Graduation planning sheet due dates are as follows:

Spring 2010                   September 11, 2009

Please refer to the Student Financial Services website at www.colostate-pueblo.edu/sfs for tuition information, payment deadlines, scholarship information, or Financial Aid information.

 

March 9

Registration begins for all summer sessions and fall semester (continuing students)

FIRST 4-WEEK SESSION
(May 11 – June 4)

FIRST 6-WEEK SESSION
(May 11 – June 18)

12-WEEK SESSION
(May 11 – July 30)


 

May 8

Last day to petition for in-state tuition for summer 2009

May 11

FIRST 4-WEEK, FIRST 6-WEEK & 12-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN

May 13

End of drop/add period (1st 4-week session)

May 15

End of drop/add period (1st 6-week session)

May 21

End of drop/add period (12-week session)

May 22

Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 1st 4-week session

May 25

Memorial Day Holiday observed (University Closed)

June 4

End of 1st 4-week session

June 5

Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 1st 6-week session

June 18

End of 1st 6-week session

June 26

Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 12-week session

July 3

Independence Day Holiday observed (University Closed)

July 30

End of 12-week session

June 8

SECOND 4-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN

June 10

End of drop/add period (2nd 4-week session)

June 19

Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 2nd 4-week session

July 2

End of 2nd 4-week session

 

SECOND 6-WEEK SESSION
(June 22 - July 30)

 

 

June 22

SECOND 4-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN

June 26

End of drop/add period (2nd 6-week session)

July 17

Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 2nd 6-week session

July 30

End of 2nd 6-week session

 

 

THIRD 4-WEEK SESSION
(July 6 - July 3)

 

July 6

THIRD 4-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN

July 8

End of drop/add period (3rd 4-week session)

July 17

Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 3rd 4-week session

July 30

End of 3rd 4-week session



SCHEDULE CHANGES AND WITHDRAWALS

Schedule Changes during Add/Drop Period

SUMMER

End of add/drop period (full-session courses)

First 4-week session

May 13

First 6-week session

May 15

12-week session

May 21

Second 4-week session

June 10

Second 6-week session

June 26

Third 4-week session

July 8


Short-term course
Short-term courses may be dropped before 15 percent of the course duration has passed without a record of the dropped course appearing on a student’s permanent record. Please note exact dates for each course are listed on your schedule.
 
Course Withdrawal after the Drop Period
Immediately following the end of the drop/add period, students may withdraw from a course according to the policies below. Please note exact dates for each course are listed on your schedule.

INDIVIDUAL COURSE WITHDRAWALS CAN PROCESSED ONLINE THROUGH PAWS OR IN THE Registrar's Office (AD 202).  

Last date for grade of (W)
.
SUMMER

Full-session course

First 4-week session

May 22

First 6-week session

June 5

12-week session

June 26

Second 4-week session

June 19

Second 6-week session

July 17

Third 4-week session

July 17

Short-term course
A student may withdraw from a short-term course before 60 percent of the course duration has passed.

When a student withdraws from a course before 60 percent of the course duration has passed, a grade of “W” (withdrawal) will be recorded on the academic record. After 60 percent of the course duration has passed, a student may not withdraw. Tuition and fees will not be adjusted for individual course withdrawals during this withdrawal period. Course withdrawals can be processed online through PAWS or in the Registrar's Office. Please note exact dates for each course are listed on your schedule.

Once students have registered for a course, they are considered enrolled in that course until they have officially withdrawn from the course. Simply not attending class will not automatically terminate the student's enrollment in the course. A student who ceased attendance without first officially withdrawing from the course will receive a failing grade.

Total Withdrawal from the University
To withdraw totally from the University, a student must obtain the appropriate withdrawal form from Student Academic Services (SAS), secure the appropriate approval signatures, and return the completed form immediately to the Registrar's Office for processing. Total withdrawals will not be processed after the last scheduled class day of the semester.

 
REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Continuing Students (Currently-enrolled) will be given the opportunity to be advised and register for Summer 2009 classes beginning Monday, March 19. Students will be assigned a registration day according to their classification and may register anytime on or after their assigned day as follows:

Grad, Degree Plus and Seniors

Monday

March 9, 2009

Juniors

Tuesday

March 10, 2009

Sophomores

Wednesday

March 11, 2009

Freshmen

Thursday

March 12, 2009


 

First-year Freshmen who have been accepted into the University can contact their first-year advisor at any time to create a class schedule. New student Orientation is also required of first-year students. Advisor information and orientation/registration information can be located at http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/fyp/. If the student wishes to speak with someone in person, the First-Year Programs department can be contacted at (719) 549-2584. 

New Transfer Students (13 or more transferable collegiate credit hours)
upon acceptance to CSU-Pueblo will receive academic advising/registration information.

Readmitted students who are eligible for readmission will be allowed to register during an early registration period. Readmitted students will receive a registration permit in the mail.  

Walk-in (Guest) Students will be permitted to register only during the start date of the class thru the drop/add period for each class. Applications will be processed in the Admissions Office (AD 202).


FINANCIAL INFORMATION

For details on the following information, please visit www.colostate-pueblo.edu/sfs.

Financial Aid

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Financial Aid Payments

Student Employment

Financial Aid Forms

Grants

Scholarships

Student Loans

Students who would like to be awarded financial aid to pay for college MUST complete applications to assist the University in determining what types of financial aid each student may receive. At CSU-Pueblo, the financial aid priority funding deadline is March 1, every year. Some types of financial aid are awarded on a first come first served basis. Completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the University Scholarship Application prior to March 1 each year guarantees that you will be considered for all available funding. Both applications are available on the web at http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/sfs, and can be completed from the comfort of your own home. This also helps to ensure that your educational expenses will be paid in a timely manner.

Billing Information

Tuition and Fees

Belmont Resident Hall Room & Board Rates

Billing Terms & Policies

University Policies

Withdrawal Policy

Tuition Refund Policy

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Veteran’s Education Benefits
For information contact the Veteran's Office at 549-2910

ACCESS STUDENT ACCOUNTS ON-LINE
Log onto www.colostate-pueblo.edu.
Click TWOLF Student Portal in bottom right corner.
Under Login to Web Apps, select Student Billing/Account Activity
For detailed information about how financial aid was applied to your account, select Financial Aid Payments.

For additional information contact:
Student Financial Services
Administration Building, Room 212
(719) 549-2753
sfs@colostate-pueblo.edu
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

The general education requirement for graduation includes a total of 35 semester credits in two categories: 

Skills Component

  9 credits

Knowledge Component

26 credits

 

 

TOTAL

35 credits


I.        SKILLS COMPONENT

To complete the Skills component, students must successfully complete courses in the following content areas with a minimum overall GPA of 2.000:

Written Communication

(2 courses)

6 credits

Quantitative Reasoning

(1 course)

3 credits

 

 

TOTAL

 

9 credits


A.      Written Communication

Take each of the following courses:

ENG     101

English Composition I

3 credits

ENG     102

English Composition II

3 credits


B.      Quantitative Reasoning

Take one of the following courses: 

MATH   109

Mathematical Explorations

3 credits

MATH   121

College Algebra

4 credits

MATH   124

Pre-Calculus Math

5 credits

MATH   126

Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

5 credits

MATH   156

Introduction to Statistics

3 credits

MATH   221

Applied Calculus: An Intuitive Approach

4 credits


or any MATH course that includes one of these as a prerequisite.
 
II.      KNOWLEDGE COMPONENT

To complete the Knowledge component, students must successfully complete courses in the following content areas:

Humanities

(3 courses)

  9 credits

History

(1 course)

  3 credits

Social Sciences

(2 courses)

  6 credits

Natural and Physical Sciences

(2 courses with labs)

  8 credits

TOTAL

 

26 credits


Students must take one course that is designated as cross-cultural. Courses taken to meet the Knowledge requirement may be used to meet the cross-cultural requirement if they have a (CC) next to their listing.  

Your major may recommend certain courses from the list of courses below. Refer to your major’s catalog description for more information.  

Note:  Courses listed below that are marked with an asterisk (*) are not in the statewide common core, meaning that they are not guaranteed in transfer to any other college or university in Colorado.

A.      Humanities

ART

100

Visual Dynamics (CC)

ART

211

History of Art I (CC)

ART

212

History of Art II (CC)

ENG

130

Introduction to Literature

ENG/CS

220

Survey of Chicano Literature (CC)

ENG

221

Masterpieces of Literature I

ENG

222

Masterpieces of Literature II

ENG

240

Survey of Ethnic Literature (CC)

FL

100*

Introduction to Comparative Linguistics (CC)

Foreign Language (FRN, GER, ITL, RUS, SPN)

                   Courses: 101*, 102*, 201* or 202* (CC)

MUS

118

Music Appreciation (CC)

PHIL

102

Philosophical Literature

PHIL

120

Non-Western World Religions (CC)

PHIL

201

Classics in Ethics

PHIL

204

Critical Reasoning

PHIL

205

Deductive Logic

SPCOM

103*

Speaking and Listening

SPN

130

Cultures of the Spanish-Speaking World (CC)

B.      History

CS

101

Introduction to Chicano Studies (CC)

HIST

101

World Civilization to 1100 (CC)

HIST

102

World Civilization from 1100 to 1800 (CC)

HIST

103

World Civilization since 1800 (CC)

HIST/CS

136

Southwest United States (CC)

HIST

201

US History I

HIST 

202

US History II

C.      Social Sciences

ANTHR

100

Cultural Anthropology (CC)

ANTHR/ENG

106*

Language, Thought and Culture (CC)

ECON

201

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON

202

Principles of Microeconomics

GEOG

103

World Regional Geography (CC)

MCCNM

101

Media and Society

POLSC

101

American National Politics

POLSC

200

Understanding Human Conflict (CC)

PSYCH

100

General Psychology

PSYCH

151

Human Development

PSYCH

222

Understanding Animal Behavior

PSYCH/SOC/WS

231*

Marriage, Family and Relationships

PSYCH

251*

Childhood and Adolescence

SOC

101

Introduction to Sociology

SOC

201

Social Problems

WS

100*

Introduction to Women’s Studies (CC)

D.      Natural and Physical Sciences

BIOL

100/L

Principles of Biology with Lab

BIOL

121/L

Environmental Conservation with Lab

BIOL

191/L

College Biology I/Botany with Lab

BIOL

192/L

College Biology II/Zoology with Lab

BIOL

223/L

Human Physiology and Anatomy I with Lab

BIOL

224/L

Human Physiology and Anatomy II with Lab

CHEM

101/L

Chemistry and Society with Lab

CHEM

111/L

Principles of Chemistry with Lab

CHEM

121/L

General Chemistry I with Lab

CHEM

122/L

General Chemistry II with Lab

CHEM

160/L

Introduction to Forensic Science with Lab

EXHP

162/L*

Personal Health with Lab

GEOL

101/L

Earth Science with Lab

MET

105*

It’s a Material World (includes Lab)

PHYS

110/L

Astronomy with Lab

PHYS

140/L

Light, Energy and the Atom with Lab

PHYS

201/L

Principles of Physics I with Lab

PHYS

202/L

Principles of Physics II with Lab

PHYS

221/L

General Physics I with Lab

PHYS

222/L

General Physics II with Lab


DIRECTORY OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES

OFFICE

ROOM  

TELEPHONE

Accounting Services

ADM 204

549-2753

Admissions Office

ADM 202

549-2462

Affirmative Action

OUC 045

549-2092

Associated Students’ Government

OUC 244

549-2866

Athletics

PE 202

549-2711

Bookstore

OUC 101

549-2146

Career Center

OUC 103

549-2980

Cashier's Office

ADM 2nd floor

549-2131

Child Care Center

DC

549-2407

Continuing Education

UV Bldg. 4060, Suite 606

549-2316

External Affairs

ADM 320

549-2810

Finance and Budget Office

ADM 209

549-2314

First-Year Programs

OUC 214

549-2584

     Orientation

OUC 214

549-2584

Graduate Admissions

ADM 201

549-2462

Health Services

OUC (back courtyard)

549-2830

Housing

RH Lobby

549-2601

Institutional Research & Analysis

ADM 301

549-2110

International Student Services

OUC 030

549-2329

Library

OUC Underground

549-2386

Physical Plant, Director

PP 109

549-2211

President's Office

ADM 301

549-2306

Provost’s Office

ADM 303

549-2313

Registration (Registrar's Office)

ADM 202

549-2462

Scholarships

ADM 212

549-2967

Student Academic Services

PSY 232

549-2581

     Academic Undeclared Advising

PSY 232

549-2581

     Disability Resource Office

PSY 232

549-2663

     Gen Ed Tutoring Center

PSY 232

549-2581

     National Test-Site Services

PSY 232

549-2172

     Writing Room

PSY 232

549-2901

Student Employment

ADM 212

549-2753

Student Financial Services

ADM 212

549-2753

Student Life and Development

OUC 003

549-2586

Veteran's Affairs

ADM 202

549-2910

COLLEGE/SCHOOL DEANS

Education, Engineering, and Professional Studies

Dr. Hector Carrasco, Dean

T 250

549-2696

Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr. Roy Sonnema, Dean

AM 119

549-2865

School of Business

Dr. Michael Fronmueller, Dean

HSB 233

549-2142

Science and Mathematics

Dr. Janna McLean, Interim Dean 

LS 106

549-2340

BUILDING DESIGNATIONS

AD/ADM

Administration building

AM

Art/Music building

CHEM

Chemistry building

DC

Child Care Center

HSB

Hasan School of Business building

LIB

Library building

LS

Life Science building

LW

Library Wing

MC

Music classroom in Art/Music building

OC/OUC

Occhiato Center

PE

Rooms in HPER building

PM

Physics/Mathematics building

PSY

Psychology building

PP

Physical Plant Maintenance Facility

RC

Ropes Course

RH/BRHD

Residence Hall

T

Technology building

UV

University Village at Walking Stick

OTHER LOCATIONS

HO

Hospital (St. Mary-Corwin, Parkview or Colo. Mental Health)

BCC

Buell Communications Center

CLRN

Clarion Inn

PCC

Pueblo Community College

COLORADO SPRINGS

CITC

Citadel Center

FTCR

Fort Carson

PAFB

Peterson Air Force Base