March 27: Important news for students about summer classes
Dear Colorado State Students:
We have made it through the first half week of remote learning here at CSU; we’re all experts now! Thank you for your strong efforts, patience, and willingness to adapt and be resilient. Your efforts and positive approaches are appreciated.
Some of you are already thinking ahead to summer and the courses that CSU is offering for the summer session. Registration began on March 24th. Summer is a great time to move ahead in your program of study, to complete a minor, or to explore courses if you have not yet settled on a major.
By mid-May, when our first summer session kicks off, you will be semi-pros in the remote learning world. I’m writing today to inform you that all previously scheduled face-to-face courses this coming summer will be delivered via remote learning. At this time we cannot say with certainty whether our field course experiences will run as in-person experiences during the second half of the summer, but some of them may. Please stay tuned for more information on that, as the next weeks develop.
Your experience this spring will help you as you continue to move forward with summer session courses. Your faculty instructors have been working hard to transition quickly to remote learning methods, and we are dedicated to making your summer academic experience a most valuable one.
Please take a look at course offerings already available and check back again in a month or so as we may be building out a more robust set of summer course offerings.
Thanks and stay healthy!
Best regards, — Rick Miranda
Provost and Executive Vice President
Colorado State University