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If you have questions about your next steps, please contact us.

If you didn’t create your NetID when you applied for admission, you’ll need to create it now to complete most of the steps for admitted students. Call us for help with this step. Your NetID will stay with you throughout your CSU experience.

Creating your NetID also creates a university email address for you, which becomes the primary email address where other university offices will contact you. Check your email regularly now that you’re admitted.

When you’re ready, accept your offer of admission so we can prepare for your arrival. Log in to RAMweb (eID required) and select “Check your Application Status” to go to “Tell Us Your Plans.”

Ready to tell us your plans?

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Before you can register for classes, you’ll need to meet with the academic advisor or academic success coordinator. You’re encouraged to make an advising appointment prior to the opening of registration in May for fall semester and November for spring semester. Academic advising does not come from the Office of Admissions.

You’re encouraged to bring a copy of your transcript with you to your advising appointment. This will help your advisor determine whether you meet certain prerequisites.

If you prefer, you are welcome to attend Ram Orientation to learn about our traditions, to get introduced to campus services and to register for classes.

Ready to connect with your advisor?

Meet with your academic advisor or academic success coordinator before registration opens. Bring a copy of your transcript with you.

Find your advisor now

Submit the FAFSA to be considered for need-based financial aid which includes grants, work study, and loans. Be sure to check RAMweb regularly once you submit the FAFSA in case additional information or verification is required to complete your financial aid award. Your eID is required to log in.

Information about other resources, financial aid calculators and student employment is available through the Office of Financial Aid.

Want to learn more about financing your CSU education?

Student Financial Services coordinates all financial aid and resources.

Learn more about financial aid

On-campus options

CSU offers a wide selection of housing and dining options to ensure all students feel at home on campus. Campus apartments are open to students who are age 21+ or married or who have dependents; applications are accepted year-round. The application for on-campus housing requires a $350 deposit.

Off-campus options

Off-Campus Life offers resources to help you make a successful transition to the Fort Collins community beyond finding a place to live.

Complete the steps on CSU Health Network’s New Student Checklist to make sure your records are complete. You can complete this step anytime prior to enrollment.

RAMweb is the CSU student portal where you eventually will register for classes, check grades, pay account balances and more. You’ll need your NetID to log in.

We do not complete course-by-course transfer evaluations for admitted second bachelor’s candidates. Instead, your record will reflect that you have up to 90 general transfer credits, based on eligible transfer courses, applying to your program. If you need to demonstrate specific courses to fulfill prerequisites or if previous courses may apply to your second degree, contact the Office of the Registrar for instructions. Review your degree progress audit (DARS) in RAMweb to see which courses are required for your degree program.

Ready to explore RAMweb?

Use RAMweb to review your degree progress report and financial aid award, register for classes, pay your bill, check your grades, and more. Your NetID is required to log in.

Log in to RAMweb using your NetID

Be sure to ask your academic advisor whether mathematics and composition will be required for graduation from CSU.

Your admission is provisional until we receive final, official college transcripts showing satisfactory completion of any work in progress and graduation, if applicable.

To avoid possible delays in the financial aid or course registration process, submit your final transcript by January 2 if you’re entering in the spring semester or July 1 if you’re entering in the fall semester. Grades for summer work should be submitted as soon as they are available.