Getting Started for New Students
Find resources for current students below and on the menu for this webpage. Our Future Student information contains additional resources.
Steps Once Admitted
New Student Orientation
More Resources for New Students
Progressing in Your Program
As a CSU graduate student, you are part of the legacy that started in Fort Collins in 1870. We are extremely proud to be a land-grant institution and Carnegie Research University, known for exceptional research and community. We look forward to the impact you will make with your graduate education! Please let us know if we can help support you and your studies.
Use the following resources to build momentum and stay on track to complete your degree.
Our financial aid resources provide assistantship, health contribution requirements, residency, and other information to help you navigate personal finances. You are also encouraged to consider your well-being and explore Medical and Counseling Resources.
Completing Your Program
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Colorado State University publishes an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report each year on or before Oct. 1. This report includes current safety and security policies and procedures, contact information for various university and community resources related to crime prevention and survivor assistance, information about university policies on drug and alcohol use, as well as crime prevention programs, fire safety information, and crime and fire statistics for the previous three years on reported crimes that occurred on university properties or non-university properties that are controlled by CSU. View a digital copy of the report, or you can request a printed copy through the Clery Compliance Office at vpuo_clery_compliance@Mail.colostate.edu