Semester Notes 2014-2015

Graduation planning sheet due dates:

Spring 2015.............September 12, 2014
Summer 2015.........January 30, 2015
Fall 2015..................January 30, 2015

Orientation:

New first-year and new transfer students must attend orientation. Information on orientation can be found on the Orientation website

Fall 2014 Calendar

August 22 Last day to petition for residency classification
August 25 Classes begin
August 29  End of add period for full-term courses (Courses added after this date must be approved by instructor and payment of $10.00 Late Add Fee per course is required. Beginning Monday, September 29, the Department Chair’s signature also is required.)
September 8 End of drop period for full-term courses (Last day to drop full-term course without a grade recorded.)
September 9 Students who TOTALLY WITHDRAW from CSU-Pueblo on or after this date will have grades of (W) recorded.
September 12 Deadline for Spring 2015 Graduation Planning Sheets to be submitted to the Records Office by 5 p.m. on this date.
October 24 Last day for withdrawing from individual full-term courses with a grade of (W) recorded. Course withdrawals can be processed through PAWS or in the Records Office.
November 24 - 28 Thanksgiving break
December 5 Classes End
Last day to withdraw totally from the University
December 8 - 12 Final exams

Spring 2015 Calendar

October 20 Early Advisement and Registration for Spring 2015 begins for continuing students BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. See Registration Information.
January 9 Last day to petition for residency classification
January 12 Classes begin
January 16 End of add period for full-term courses (Courses added after this date must be approved by instructor and payment of $10.00 Late Add Fee per course is required. Beginning Monday, February 16, the Department Chair’s signature also is required.)
January 26 End of drop period for full-term courses (Last day to drop full-term course without a grade recorded.)
January 27 Students who TOTALLY WITHDRAW from CSU-Pueblo on or after this date will have grades of (W) recorded.
January 30 Deadline for Summer 2015 or Fall 2015 Planning Sheets to be submitted to Records by 5 p.m. on this date.
March 13 Last day for withdrawing from individual full-term courses with a grade of (W) recorded. Course withdrawals can be processed online through PAWS or in the Records Office.
March 23 - 27 Spring break
April 24 Last day to withdraw totally from the University
April 24 Classes end
April 27 – May 1 Final exams
May 2 Commencement
***Short-term courses have shorter course drop and withdrawal dates. These appear on the student schedule.

Summer 2015 Calendar

October 20: Registration begins for all summer sessions (continuing students)

FIRST 4-WEEK SESSION

FIRST 6-WEEK SESSION

12-WEEK SESSION

(May 11 – June 4)

(May 11 – June 18)

(May 11 – July 30)


May 8 Last day to petition for in-state tuition for summer 2015
May 11 FIRST 4-WEEK, FIRST 6-WEEK, and FIRST 12-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN
May 13 End of drop period for 1st 4-week session
May 15 End of drop period for 1st 6-week session
May 21 End of drop period for 12-week session
May 25* Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 1st 4-week session
May 25 Memorial Day holiday observed (University closed)
June 4 End of 1st 4-week session
June 8 Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 1st 6-week session
June 18 End of 1st 6-week session
June 29 Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 12-week session
July 3 Independence Day Holiday observed (University Closed)
July 30 End of 12-week session

SECOND 4-WEEK SESSION
(June 8 – July 2)

June 8 SECOND 4-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN
June 10 End of drop period for 2nd 4-week session
June 22 Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 2nd 4-week session
July 2 End of 2nd 4-week session

SECOND 6-WEEK SESSION
(June 22 – July 30)

June 22 SECOND 6-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN
June 26 End of drop period for 2nd 6-week session
July 20 Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 2nd 6-week session
July 30 End of 2nd 6-week session

THIRD 4-WEEK SESSION
(July 6 – July 30)

July 6 THIRD 4-WEEK CLASSES BEGIN
July 8 End of drop period for 3rd 4-week session
July 20 Last day for course withdrawal with a grade of (W) recorded for 3rd 4-week session
July 30

End of 3rd 4-week session


*Indicates course withdrawal date falls on a Holiday. Students may withdraw online thru PAWS.
The drop and withdrawal dates listed above are for courses that run the entire length of the stated session. Short-term courses have shorter course drop and withdrawal dates. All individual Summer course drop and withdrawal dates appear on the student schedule.

Records Office Information

Periods for changing schedules (adds, drops, and changes of sections or credits) are listed below and in the Academic Calendar for each semester and the summer sessions. Courses dropped during the drop period are not reflected on the student’s academic record, and tuition and fees may be adjusted as a result.

Immediately following the end of the drop period, students may withdraw from a course before 60% of the course duration has passed. A grade of “W” will be recorded on the academic record. After 60% of the course duration has passed, a student may not withdraw. Tuition and fees will not be adjusted for course withdrawals during this withdrawal period.

Course withdrawals can be processed online through PAWS or in the Records Office.

Exact dates for each course drop and individual course withdrawal are listed on your schedule.

Fall 2014

End of add period (full-term course)

Aug. 29

Students may add full-term classes during the first five class days (August 25 – August 29). After the first five class days, all additions must be approved by the instructor of the class and payment of $10.00 Late Add Fee required per course. Beginning Monday, September 29, the Department Chair’s signature also is required. Short-term courses have shorter add periods.

End of drop period (full-term course)

Sept. 8

Short-term courses have shorter drop periods.

Last date for grade of (W) to be processed online through PAWS or in the Records Office

Full-term courses

Oct. 24

Short-term courses

Before 60% of the course duration has passed

Spring 2015

End of add period (full-term course)

Jan. 16

Students may add full-term classes during the first five class days (January 12 – January 16). After the first five class days, all additions must be approved by the instructor of the class and payment of $10.00 Late Add Fee required per course. Beginning Monday, February 16, the Department Chair’s signature also is required. Short-term courses have shorter add periods.

End of drop period (full-term course)

Jan. 26

Short-term courses have shorter drop periods.

Last date for grade of (W) to be processed online through PAWS or in the Records Office

Full-term courses

Mar. 13

Short-term courses

Before 60% of the course duration has passed

Summer 2015

End of drop period (full-session courses):

First 4-week session May 13
First 6-week session May 15
12-week session May 21
Second 4-week session June 10
Second 6-week session June 26
Third 4-week session July 8
Short-term course Before 15% of the course duration has passed

End of withdrawal period (full-session courses):

First 4-week session May 25*
First 6-week session June 8
12-week session June 29
Second 4-week session June 22
Second 6-week session July 20
Third 4-week session July 20
Short-term course Before 60% of course duration has passed

*Indicates course withdrawal date falls on a Holiday. Students may withdraw online through PAWS.

Total Withdrawal from the University

To withdraw totally from the University, a student must obtain the appropriate withdrawal form from the Center for Academic Enrichment, secure the appropriate approval signatures, and return the completed form immediately to the Records Office for processing. Total withdrawals will not be processed after the last scheduled class day of the semester.

Final Examination Schedule

The following procedures apply to all courses during the final week of the semester:
  1. This final examination week is part of the regular semester and students should be in attendance even when final examinations are not given. The final examination may be eliminated by an instructor consistent with department procedure. Classes are normally held even though examinations may not be given.
  2. Courses for less than four credits shall meet for one period; courses for four or more credits may meet for two periods.
  3. Classes shall meet only at the time indicated on the examination schedule.
  4. Any approved exception of regulations 1, 2, and 3 above (e.g., special types of examinations, which need time or special type of examinations) shall be announced the second week of class and communicated in writing to the appropriate dean.
Inside the boxes on the schedule below, find the regular meeting time of the class and from that box read upward and left to determine the time and day of exam. Classes will meet for the final exam period in regularly assigned classrooms. Classes meeting at or after 5 p.m. must test on their regularly scheduled class day from 6 – 8:20 p.m.

Fall 2014

TIME OF FINAL EXAM

DEC. 8 MON

DEC. 9 TUE

DEC. 10 WED

DEC. 11 THUR

DEC. 12 FRI

8:00 - 10:20 9:00 TTH
9:30 TTH
10:00 MWF
10:30 MWF
8:00 MWF
8:30 MWF
8:00 TTH
8:30 TTH
9:00 MWF
9:30 MWF
10:30 - 12:50 12:00 MWF
12:30 MWF
12:00 TTH
12:30 TTH
10:00 TTH
10:30 TTH 
11:00 MWF
11:30 MWF
11:00 TTH
11:30 TTH
1:00 -  3:20 2:00 TTH
2:30 TTH
3:00 MWF
3:30 MWF
1:00 MWF
1:30 MWF
1:00 TTH
1:30 TTH
2:00 MWF
2:30 MWF
3:30 - 5:50 3:00 TTH
3:30 TTH
4:00 MWF
4:30 MWF
4:00 TTH
4:30 TTH
6:00 – 8:20 All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes

Spring 2015

TIME OF FINAL EXAM

APRIL 27 MON

APRIL 28 TUE 

APRIL 29 WED

APRIL 30 THUR

MAY 1 FRI

8:00 - 10:20 9:00 MWF
9:30 MWF
9:00 TTH
9:30 TTH
10:00 MWF
10:30 MWF
8:00 MWF
8:30 MWF
8:00 TTH
8:30 TTH
10:30 - 12:50 11:00 TTH
11:30 TTH
12:00 MWF
12:30 MWF
12:00 TTH
12:30 TTH
10:00 TTH
10:30 TTH
11:00 MWF
11:30 MWF
1:00 -  3:20 2:00 MWF
2:30 MWF
2:00 TTH
2:30 TTH
3:00 MWF
3:30 MWF
1:00 MWF
1:30 MWF
1:00 TTH
1:30 TTH
3:30 - 5:50 4:00 TTH
4:30 TTH
3:00 TTH
3:30 TTH
4:00 MWF
4:30 MWF
6:00 – 8:20 All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes
All Evening
Classes

Summer 2015

Finals will be held during regularly scheduled class periods at the instructor’s discretion.

Financial Information

Please refer to the Student Billing Services website for tuition, billing and payment information.

Please refer to the Financial Aid website for scholarship and financial aid information.

Building Designations

Pueblo Campus

AD/ADM Administration building
AM Art/Music building
BCC Buell Communications Center
BRHD Residence Hall
CHEM  Chemistry building
CLBR Culebra Hall
CRST Crestone Hall
DC  Child Care Center
FLDH  Thunderbowl Field House
GRHN Greenhorn Hall
HSB Hasan School of Business building
LARC Library and Academic Resources Center
LS Life Science building
MC Music classroom in Art/Music building
OUC Occhiato Center
PE  Rooms in HPER building
PM Physics/Mathematics building
PSY Psychology building
PP Physical Plant Maintenance Facility
RC  Ropes Course
SRC Student Rec Center
T Technology building
UV University Village at Walking Stick

Other Locations

HO Hospital
MPEC Mountain Park Environmental Center
PCC Pueblo Community College

Colorado Springs

FTCR  Fort Carson
PAFB Peterson Air Force Base
TOWR Colorado Springs Tower

Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Notice

Colorado State University-Pueblo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and higher education provider that complies with all Federal, Colorado State and local laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding affirmative action requirements in all programs. Colorado State University-Pueblo is committed to providing an environment free from all unlawful forms of discrimination, including sexual harassment, against any person based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (includes pregnancy status and pay), age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or marital/parental/familial status. The Office of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Title IX Coordinator is located in Administration 304, to assist CSU-Pueblo staff, faculty and students in Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Title IX matters. Inquiries or appointments can be made by phone at (719) 549-2210/2223 or by stopping by the office.