ENcourage Engineering Summer Math Program

The ENcourage Engineering Math Program is a summer program intended to help incoming engineering students who did not test “calculus ready” through the math placement tool to improve pre-calculus math skills. Students in the college have higher success rates when calculus is completed in the fall or spring semester of their first year. The FA21 Report […]

Campus Connections

Campus Connections (CC) is a multidisciplinary service learning course at CSU where undergraduate students serve as mentors to youth. Students from all majors work one-on-one with youth ranging from 11-18 to tackle a broad range of challenges. Youth are referred from schools, the juvenile justice system, human services, or directly from family members, and work […]

Education Abroad

These studies explore the relationship with study abroad (SA) participation and graduation outcomes, namely to understand whether participating in study abroad significantly hinders graduation rates or time to graduation. The most recent study found SA students who persisted to their third year had significantly higher five-year and six-year graduation rates compared to non-SA students who […]

Learning Assistants

Learning assistants (LAs) serve as peer educators by supporting instructor implementation of active learning during class sessions in high-enrollment courses and facilitating study sessions outside class time. In these roles, LAs engage students in high-impact practices (HIPs) such as collaborative work, problem-solving, and the development of study skills that promote mastery of content and skills […]

Student Diversity Programs and Services (SDPS)

These reports produced for the Asian Pacific American Cultural Center (APACC), Black/African American Cultural Center (BAACC), El Centro, and the Native American Cultural Center (NACC) assist with their program review process by providing the demographics, persistence, graduation, and GPA of students that participate in their programs. The SDPS offices play important roles on campus by […]

First-Year Seminar Associations With Student Success

The January 2018 report explores the associations between participating in a first-year (FY) seminar and various measures of student success in the context of proposing a university-wide seminar requirement. This report also explores these associations excluding Key and Honor’s students. These two groups of students are about 50% of seminar students and are very different […]

Learning Communities

Learning Communities (LCs) at Colorado State University are a high-impact practice that bring strategically defined cohorts of students together around a common purpose to enrich learning, provide a sense of community, and empower them to become engaged campus and global citizens. The experience is highly structured, integrating within and between curricular and co-curricular elements. In […]