Academic Resources

Academic Resources

Exploring Majors

Not sure what you want to major in? Struggling to find a major that aligns with your career goals? Exploratory Studies Academic Success Coordinators assist students who want to explore and possibly change majors.

Academic Advising

CSU is committed to providing high quality advising services to all students. Each undergraduate student is assigned an advisor corresponding to their academic major(s). Undergraduate students may locate their assigned advisor in RAMweb. If the advisor assignment is unclear, the student should contact the department that offers their primary or secondary major. For minor advising please use the search function in the General Catalog. Undeclared students (students exploring majors and/or working toward entry into a competitive major) should contact the Collaborative for Student Achievement.

The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) Learning Programs

Do you read and re-read your book and still feel like you haven’t absorbed much? Do you need guidance on some assignments? Do you find yourself stressed out? Go to this site to learn more about study skills, strategies to combat procrastination, tutoring, and several academic workshops.

Tutoring @ CSU

Tutoring @ CSU is a tool students can use to browse for available tutors in a specific subject area. Please note that tutor’s availability will vary and that available tutors charge a rate per hour or for the session.

The Calculus Center

The mission of the Calculus Center is to improve student learning and academic performances for all students in our calculus courses. We support instruction that carefully considers student thinking and engages students as active participants in their learning process. One of the ways we support our mission is through extended tutoring and small group mentoring. Our help desk is open to students on a drop-in basis during our regular office hours.

Eagle Feather Tutoring

Hosted by the Native American Cultural Center, all students are welcome to receive tutoring! Please visit the website for up-to-date information regarding Eagle Feather Tutoring times and locations.

The Writing Center 

The Colorado State University Writing Center is a free service open to Colorado State University students, staff, faculty, and alumni as well as the local Fort Collins community. Our goal is to engage our community in conversations about writing; to that end, we provide face-to-face and online consultations for writers in all disciplines working on all types of writing from traditional research papers to electronic texts such as websites and blogs. Beginning with writers’ needs and concerns, we use our knowledge and expertise to enhance writers’ understanding of a variety of rhetorical issues, such as purpose, audience, style and conventions. Our consultants can assist writers at all stages of the writing process, including brainstorming, drafting, researching, revising, and polishing. We strive to help writers develop the confidence to make effective writing choices in any writing situation. In these ways, we support the shared goal of writing centers everywhere to help create better writers, not just better writing.

Morgan Library

From computer labs to assisting students with research. 


YOU@CSU is a path of self-exploration that connects you to personalized resources, whenver and wherever, to help you make the most of your college experience.

Target GPA Predictor

Want to know how many As and Bs it will take to bring your GPA up to the GPA you want? Use this tool to help you find out. Please note that these calculations are estimated projections.

GPA Predictor Tool

Input your current standing and the grades you expect in this semester’s courses to see what GPA you should have at the end of the semester.