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Academic Success Coaching

Advising and Academic Success Coaching begins in the CSU Pueblo PACK Center. From your first day on campus, you will have a Success Team on your side to make sure you get the right classes at the right time, finish them successfully, and feel supported and confident all the way to graduation.

Continuing Students

Students needing to meet with an academic success coach to lift holds on your account or answer any questions on class registration can fill out the form below. From there, an academic success coach will get in touch to schedule your appointment.

New Students

You will be contacted by a member of your Success Team within 48 hours of filling out your Registration Authorization Form.

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    First-time Freshmen and continuing Sophomores (0-59 credits earned)

    Within 48 hours of filling out your Registration Authorization Form, an Academic Success Coach will reach out to you to schedule an initial appointment.

    You will work with your Academic Success Coach to review your degree plan, schedule your classes, and get you connected with University services that will help you succeed.

    Your Academic Success Coach will introduce you to your Faculty Mentor and Peer Mentor, who will make up your Academic Success Team.

    Find your Academic Success Coach by Major:

    Major Level 1 Academic Success Coach
    Criminology
    English
    History
    Political Science
    Psychology
    Sociology
    Undeclared A-Z
    Anissa Manzanares
    Art
    Civil Engineering Technology
    Construction Management
    Early Childhood Education
    Engineering
    Liberal Studies (Elementary Education)
    Media Communication
    Music
    Social Work
    Spanish
    Aolany Navas-Griggs
    Biology
    Cannabis Biology & Chemistry
    Chemistry
    Mathematics
    Physics
    Wildlife & Natural Resources
    Shelby Bitz
    Accounting
    Automotive Industry Management
    Business
    Computer Information Systems
    Paul Valdez
    Athletic Training
    Exercise Science, Physical Education and Recreation
    Health Science
    Pre-Nursing
    Daniels Fund Scholars
    Anthony Jimenez
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    Juniors and Seniors (60-120 credits earned)

    After your first two years or 60 credits earned at CSU Pueblo, you will begin to work with a new Academic Success Coach who, along with your same Faculty Mentor and Peer Mentor, will help guide you through the upper division courses and final 60 credits of your academic path to graduation.

    Your Academic Success Team will stick with you through it all to answer questions and ensure that you reach your goal in the best way possible.

    Find your Academic Success Coach by Major:

    Major Level 2 Academic Success Coach
    Biology
    Cannabis Biology and Chemistry
    Chemistry
    Mathematics
    Physics
    Social Work
    Wildlife & Natural Resources

    To Be Determined - Academic Success Coach II

    Athletic Training
    Exercise Science, Physical Education and Recreation
    Health Sciences
    Psychology
    Undeclared A-Z
    Daniels Fund Scholars

    To Be Determined - Academic Success Coach II

    Art
    Early Childhood Education
    English
    History
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Liberal Studies (Elementary Education)
    Media Communication
    Music
    Political Science
    Spanish

    Telisa Alvarez

    Automotive Industry Management
    Accounting
    Business
    Computer Information System

    Nik Lograsso

    Criminology
    Sociology

    To Be Determined - Academic Success Coach II

    Aolany Navas-Griggs
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    Transfer Students

    Within 48 hours of filling out your Registration Authorization Form, a Transfer Advisor will reach out to you to schedule an initial appointment. You will work with your Transfer Advisor to review your degree plan, look at your transfer credits and solve any issues there, schedule your classes, and get you connected with University services that will help you succeed.

    Your Transfer Advisor will introduce you to your Academic Success Coach, Faculty Mentor, and Peer Mentor, who will make up your Academic Success Team for the remainder of your time at CSU Pueblo.

    Find your Transfer advisor by Major:

    Major Transfer Advisor
    104R - ROTC Students
    Art & Art Education
    Criminology
    Early Childhood Education
    English and Creative Writing
    History & History Education
    Liberal Studies - Elementary Education
    Media Communication
    Music
    Political Science
    Psychology
    Social Work
    Sociology
    Spanish
    Foreign Languages

    To Be Determined - Transfer Advisor

    To schedule an appointment, please call the reception desk at 719-549-2584

    Automotive Industry Management
    Biology
    Cannabis Biology & Chemistry
    Chemistry
    Civil Engineering Technology
    Construction Management
    Engineering
    Exercise Science, Physical Education and Recreation
    Health Science
    Industrial Engineering
    Mathematics
    Nursing
    Physics
    Wildlife & Natural Resources

    To Be Determined - Transfer Advisor

    To schedule an appointment, please call the reception desk at 719-549-2584

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    High School Students

    CSU Pueblo partners with secondary schools across the state to deliver select university courses in high school classrooms through our Dual Enrollment/Senior to Sophomore (STS) program. In addition, the high school program provides opportunities for Pueblo area high school students to earn college credit on the CSU Pueblo campus via Concurrent Enrollment. 

    High School Programs Advisor:

    Penny Grinstead: penny.grinstead@csupueblo.edu

     

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    Online Students

    At CSU Pueblo we believe that everyone should be able to attend school in the way that works best for them. Our online studies program offers a comprehensive and convenient way to complete your degree in a way that works for your life and goals along with the flexibility, affordability, and individualized guidance you need to succeed.

    To get in touch with your Online Programs Advisor, contact:

    719.549.2200 | online@csupueblo.edu

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    COSI Scholar Students

    Students who are a part of the Colorado Scholarship Opportunity Initiative (COSI) at CSU Pueblo have a dedicated COSI Advisor who will be an integral part of their Academic Success Team.  Your COSI Advisor will work with you to ensure compliance with scholarship requirements and help connect you with University resources to help you be successful. 

    COSI Advisor:

    Aolany Navas-Griggs, COSI Coordinator: aolany.navasgriggs@csupueblo.edu 

    Ariana Delmerico, COSI Finish What You Started Advisor: ariana.delmerico@csupueblo.edu 

    Maria Lopez, COSI Back to Work Advisor: maria.lopez@csupueblo.edu 

     

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    Pre-Nursing Students

    Students who are considering pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at CSU Pueblo have a dedicated Pre-Nursing Advisor who will be an integral part of their Academic Success Team.  Your Pre-Nursing Advisor will work with you to ensure you take the right classes at the right time to facilitate your eventual application to the Nursing program, and will connect you with University resources to help you be successful. 

    Pre-Nursing Advisor:

    Peggy Foley: peggy.foley@csupueblo.edu

     

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    Military Veteran and Active Duty Students

    Students who are using United States Military benefits, including GI Bill, Tuition Assistance (TA), and Vocational Rehab have a dedicated Military and Veterans Academic Success Coach who will assist them with ensuring compliance with all rules and regulations around using benefits, help answer questions, and connect students with resources around the University to help them be successful. 

    Military and Veterans Academic Success Coach:

    John King: john.king@csupueblo.edu

    Phone: 719-549-2803

    Office: Occhiato Student Center - OSC 114F

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    Academic Improvement Plan

    Students who are admitted on probation or who go onto academic probation while at CSU Pueblo due to their GPA falling below 2.0, their completion rate of courses falling below 67%, or who are otherwise experiencing academic or situational difficulties need to visit with the CSU Pueblo PACK Center's Retention and Persistence Coordinator to create an Academic Improvement Plan, get guidance on a variety of University resources,  and understand the parameters of their unique situation. 

    Retention and Persistence Coordinator:

    Molly Becker: molly.becker@csupueblo.edu

    Phone: 719-549-2796

    Office: LARC 179

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    Independent Study Students

    Independent Study at CSU Pueblo provides rigorous, flexible courses and degree programs so that you can achieve your educational goals on your own schedule. We offer over 100 exceptional print-based and digital correspondence courses and three degree programs, all taught by CSU Pueblo faculty and subject-matter experts.

    Independent Study Advisor:

    Jessica Gama: jessica.gama@csupueblo.edu

     

Summer 2022

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$500 Scholarship Opportunity

Advising for summer courses is open. New and current students are eligible for a $500 summer scholarship if enrolled in 9 or more summer credits. 

Summer Scholarship Interest Form

Schedule Advising

Registration is Open

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Registration for both summer and fall courses is open for continuing students. Students can register for classes in self-service Banner or reference the following instructions and resources.

Pack Center

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