Bridges to Baccalaureate for CSU students
From Wolf to Ram: Welcome FRCC→CSU transfer students!
This website regularly updates to list various events and programs available to you as part of the B2B program.
Unless you intentionally opt-out, you are automatically enrolled in this free program.
The B2B Team! (from left to right: Andrew, Gaby, Heather, Marisol and Luke)
-CSU Student Panel at FRCC: Thursday, March 30 from 1:30-2:30pm at the Laramie FRCC. Join us for a fantastic opportunity to get the inside scoop on all things CSU!
We enjoyed meeting you all at Orientation!!!
Benefits to you as a CSU B2B student:
- You’re part of a special co-hort of students who have FRCC and science interests in common
- Additional advising on navigating the new system and transitioning to being a University scholar
- Help with connecting to your department advisor, professors, research labs, and other campus resources
- Advice and help from peer mentors who have done exactly what you’re doing
- Events to help you connect to CSU socially and academically
Keep scrolling to find links that will help you succeed here at CSU and meet the staff of B2B!!
Essential Student Resources (just a click away)
TiLT (The Institute for Learning and Teaching)– A place that provides direct support to enhance student success, go-to place for tutoring in many subjects.
- Heath Professions Advising– A place to get information on everything pre-heath, including potential career paths, MCAT prep, on-campus clubs, undergraduate planning/resources and scheduling appointments with your heath adviser. Their office is located in the TiLT building.
CLeRC (Chemistry Learning Resource Center)– Open study space, Textbook/reference resources, Educational technology, Additional classroom/presentation space, Computer lab
Transfer Programs @CSU (Orientation and Transition Programs)– Am additional resource with programs catered to the unique experience of Transfer Students
Transfer Communities/Transfer Transition Leaders– Information about joining Transfer Communities and getting in touch with your designated Transfer Transition Leader, Phone: (970) 491-6011
Ram Kids– A safe and free service that offers up to two hours of supervision so student parents can study in the Morgan Library
Adult Learner and Veteran Services Office– A place for Adult learners/Veterans alike to come to receive support, study space and camaraderie
Computer Rental/Computer Labs– Forget your laptop? You can rent one for free or work in a computer lab in various locations
- Library: http://lib.colostate.edu/laptops
- Health and Human Sciences: https://www.chhs.colostate.edu/technology/labs/laptop/
- Engineering Network Services (ENS): https://www.engr.colostate.edu/ens/tools/borrowequipment/
- Computer Rental/Lab Location list: http://www.acns.colostate.edu/Labs
Printing Labs (Free)– Need to print a paper or material for class?
- Psychology: http://www.colostate.edu/depts/psychology/students/c80sch.shtml
- Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: http://www.bmb.colostate.edu/undergraduates/computer-lab/
- Engineering: http://www.engr.colostate.edu/ens/info/classrooms/facilities/
Parking/Permits– If you need to drive to campus, here’s where to park your car, how and other transportation options!
When in doubt, come to Clark C67 to find out!
Meet your B2B Peer Mentors!
B2B peer mentors are current CSU students who have “been there.” They know what it feels like to transfer from community college to CSU and can answer any questions you may have!
Marisol Chacon: I can be helpful to new transfer students because I can relate to how intimidating the transfer process can be. I have found a true home here at Colorado State University and I would love share my passion to students who would like to have a positive growing experience here and for their future.
Luke Whitcomb: I’m currently a pre-med student here at Colorado State seeking a degree in Health and Exercise Science. After attending FRCC in Westminster, CO for 3 years before transferring, I know well the unique challenges that come with adapting to the university experience. If you ever have any questions on class scheduling, prepping from grad school, major/minor advising, where to find the best coffee shops, or just need someone to talk to about all things CSU, do not hesitate to give me a shout.
Gaby Munoz: I attended FRCC for two years in Westminster, CO. I have experienced the transition to Colorado State University and the challenges that often arise from adapting to this new environment. If you have any questions on how to navigate academic resources, CSU or anything related to science please feel free to email me!
Bridges to Baccalaureate is here to help make CSU feel just like home and we’re so excited to be apart of your RAMily!!