Many things can interfere with a student’s plans to graduate: financial crisis, medical issues, personal issues, a career, a misunderstanding of requirements and so on. Once a student decides to leave the university, the complexity of life and responsibilities often create further obstacles for students to return and finish their degree. The challenges that often force them to leave are then compounded when a student doesn’t know where to turn for support and resources.
CSU: Connect, Continue, Complete is a new program designed to provide outreach to students who have not completed their degree. An event will be held from 4 – 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 25 in the Lory Student Center’s Grey Rock Room on the CSU campus.
Representatives from the Center for Advising and Student Achievement, Student Financial Services, the Registrar’s office and Adult Learner and Veteran Services will be available to answer questions and to explore solutions to barriers and present options to returning to the university. This is a one- time event to attract former students in the surrounding area back to campus for personalized services.
For more information, contact Siri Newman, collegiate success coordinator, at (970) 491-7095 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.