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⚠️ Information and Updates Regarding COVID-19's Impact on the College of Agricultural Sciences

Advising

Welcome to the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics!  We are excited to help you make the most out of your experience here.  Aubriel, Jesse or Karin will be your academic advisor and help you develop firm footing as you begin your university career. During your time at CSU, they will help you register, make sure you are on track to graduate and answer any questions you have about how to be successful as a major or minor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.  To learn more about our advisors, please click here.

Our goal is to help you successfully reach your goals, but we need your help/collaboration in doing so.  When meeting with us bring your questions, list of classes you plan to take and any other relevant materials. On our website you can find important dates, upcoming events, and resources available for you. We are happy to help you navigate your educational experience and look forward to working with you!

ADVISORS

Aubriel (Jones) Zachman 
Coordinator of Undergraduate Success
Clark B338
(970) 491-7307
Aubriel.Jones@colostate.edu

Advising Focus:
On-campus students,
last names A-J

Schedule Appointment: 

Visit my scheduling link: https://calendly.com/aubrieljonescsu

Jesse Kuklakis
Academic Success Coordinator
Clark B339
(970) 491-6132
Jesse.Kuklakis@colostate.edu

Advising Focus:
On-campus students,
last names K-Z

Schedule Appointment:

Current Advisee log into https://csurams.campus.eab.com/ and click schedule an appointment

All others please contact via email 

Karin Bright
Academic Advisor

(970) 491-4108 or 970-591-5090
Karin.Bright@colostate.edu

Advising Focus:
Online students

Schedule Appointment:

Current Advisees: https://calendly.com/karinbright/advising

New Advisees: https://calendly.com/karinbright/advising-appointment-60

IMPORTANT DATES & UPCOMING EVENTS

August

August 22nd- Last fay to cancel registration (no assessed tuition & fees)

August 23rd– Classes begin

August 24th & 25th-Welcome Tent in the Monfort Quad – visit the tent in the Monfort Quad to say hello, connect with classmates and grab a College of Ag Sciences sticker, 8:30-1:00

August 27th– Restricted drop deadline

August 29th– Add without override deadline

September

September 6th– University Holiday, Office(s) Closed

September 8th– Registration Closes

September 11th– Nutrien Ag Day BBQ, event opens at 4pm on the west lawn of the LSC

September 12th– Last day for 25% assessment of tuition and general fees 

September 16th, 17th, 20th– Resume Rush, Visit Career Center Website for details

September 19th– Last day for 50% assessment of tuition and general fees

September 20th through the last day of classes (before final exam week)- No tuition/fees reduction; 100% assessment of tuition and general fees

September 22nd-23rd– Virtual Fall Career Fair Note: September 23rd will focus on Agricultural Sciences/Natural Resources/Technology/Computing/Biotech/Life Sciences/Health/Wellness. September 22nd will focus on Business/Social Services/Liberal Arts/Hospitality. Register via Handshake

September 30th– Ag Industry Talk: Sustainability in Agriculture, Ag Industry Table Talk: Sustainability in Agriculture, Connect with Ag Industry partners and discover how Sustainability is shaping the Ag Industry, 1:00-2:00, Hybrid Event – Zoom Registration & In-Person at the Career Center Classroom (LSC 120)

October

October 1st– CSU Universal Scholarship Application (CSUSA) opens on Ramweb

October 5th & October 6th- Food & Resource Economics Study Abroad in Italy Information Session, Clark C358 at 5pm. FREE PIZZA, visit study abroad for more info.

October 5th– Completing a Successful Scholarship Application – Join the CSU Office of Financial aid to learn about the scholarship process, ask specific questions about completing the FAFSA and scholarship application and get tips for success. 12:00-3:00, Morgan Library Room #173,  CAS FAFSA Workshop with OFA

October 8th– Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialog (SEED) professional development – Allyship – Participants will develop their understanding of allyship by considering what an ally is and isn’t, 12:00 – 1:30, Location Animal Science Rm # 033, RSVP-“Allyship” Hosted by SST

October 11th– Registration Ready and Plan Ahead available for Spring registration

October 18th– CAS Student Equity Team Campus Movie Night – “Picture a Scientist”, Join the College of Ag Sciences community to watch a 2020 film that chronicles the groundswell of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists. 4:30 6:30,Location Behavioral Science, Rm #A101,  RSVP – Movie Night – “Picture a Scientist”

October 20th– Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialog (SEED) professional development –Dialoguing Difference, In this workshop, participants will learn about dialogue, which is distinct from other common modes of communication like discussion or debate. A dialogic approach can help groups with multiple perspectives to discuss complex issues and work through conflict.5-6:30pm, Animal Science Rm 135, RSVP-“Dialoguing Differences”  Hosted by Ag Council

October 21st– Ag Industry Table Talk: Technology in Agricultural – Engage with and learn from Ag industry partners whose profession involves tech innovation, 1:00-2:00, Hybrid Event – Zoom Registration  & In-Person at the Career Center Classroom (LSC 120)

October 25th– Suicide Prevention Workshop – Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Virtual Training -Three steps can help prevent suicide.  Learn the steps during this workshop so you may support friends and family in need, 5:00-6:30, RSVP – QPR 10/25 (5:00 – 6:30)

October 25th– Registration opens for Graduate Students

October 26th– Registration opens for Seniors

October 29th– Registration opens for Juniors

November

November 1st– Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialog (SEED) professional development – Bias Awareness, Participants will engage in an interactive group activity to recognize their conscious and unconscious biases. Participants will consider where stereotypes and assumptions come from and discuss how to mitigate and unlearn biases to create more inclusive communities. 4:00- 5:30, Location Animal Science Rm # 131, RSVP-SEED -“Bias Awareness”  Hosted by SST

November 2nd– Registration opens for Sophomores

November 8th– CAS Student Equity Team Campus Movie Night – “Gather”, ” Join the College of Ag Sciences community to watch a 2020 film that documents the growing movement among Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political and cultural identities through food sovereignty, 4:30-6:30 PM, Location Behavioral Science, Rm #A101, RSVP – Movie Night – “Grounded”

November 10th- Food & Resource Economics Study Abroad in Italy Information Session, Clark C358 at 5pm. FREE PIZZA, visit study abroad for more info.

November 10th– Ag Industry Table Talk: Global Agriculture, Connect with industry professionals explore the agriculture industry from a global perspective 3:30-4:30 Hybrid Event – Zoom Registration & In-Person at the Career Center Classroom (LSC 120)

November 12th- Registration opens for Continuing Freshman

November 16th– Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialog (SEED) professional development – Empathetic/Effective Listening, In this workshop, participants will be introduced to a particular technique or strategy for listening, practice their listening skills together, and then discuss application and action particular to their roles or context. 5-6:30pm, Animal Science Rm 131  – RSVP-“Empathetic/Effective Listening” Hosted by Ag Council

November 17th- Suicide Prevention Workshop – Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Virtual Training -Three steps can help prevent suicide.  Learn the steps during this workshop so you may support friends and family in need, 8-9:30am, RSVP – QPR 11/17 (8:00 – 9:30)

November 18th– Completing a Successful Scholarship Application – Join the CSU Office of Financial aid to learn about the scholarship process, ask specific questions about completing the FAFSA and scholarship application and get tips for success. 12:00-1:00, Animal Science RM 033 , Completing a Successful Scholarship Application

November 20th-28th– Fall Recess

November 22nd– Registration opens for New Students (Orientation required)

December

December 2nd– Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialog (SEED) professional development –Privilege and Oppression – Participants will consider both their privileged/dominant and marginalized identities and reflect on how they have been impacted by, perpetuated, and/or disrupted oppression. Participants will discuss how privilege and oppression are connected building inclusive communities, 5-6:30pm, Virtual, RSVP-“Privilege and Oppression” Hosted by SST

December 3rd– Suicide Prevention Workshop – Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Virtual Training -Three steps can help prevent suicide.  Learn the steps during this workshop so you may support friends and family in need, 4-5:30, RSVP – QPR 12/3 (4:00 – 5:30)

December 10th– Last Day to process a University Withdrawal (no tuition assessment)

December 10th– Classes End

December 13th-17th– Finals Week

December 17th-18th– Commencement Ceremonies

December 22nd– Fall grades available on Ramweb

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