Dismissed students may attend summer session. If a student enrolls in summer session during the spring semester and is subsequently dismissed after spring semester, neither summer nor fall classes are cancelled; the student will be reinstated for fall semester if they earn a cumulative 2.0 GPA after summer classes.

  • If a student’s cumulative GPA is not 2.0 after summer session, the student will be dismissed and all previously scheduled fall semester classes will be cancelled.
  • Dismissed students are not eligible for financial aid.
  • Dismissed students do have the opportunity to register for GUEST or CSU Online classes for the fall semester.

Call the Collaborative for Student Achievement (formerly CASA) at (970) 491-7095 to schedule an appointment with an academic adviser to discuss your options after academic dismissal. Learn more

Advising is not required for Summer Session. However, it is recommended for those who can take advantage of it.

No course withdrawals may be made after the course withdrawal period. The Summer Session withdrawal period equals the same percentage of time as the Spring and Fall Semester withdrawal periods. If extenuating circumstances beyond your control have occurred and you are able to provide documentation of extenuating circumstances, you may request an appeal.

The following information is required for the appeal request:

  1. Registration Appeal Cover Sheet from the Registrar’s website (see  Forms, Appeals section. Download the Registration Appeal.)
  2. Student letter to the Registration Appeal’s Committee explaining the reason for the appeal.
  3. Instructor  document (“Documentation from” on page 3 of downloaded form) or letter on departmental letterhead providing information on the student’s academic performance or attendance that is relevant to the appeal.
  4. Documentation of extenuating circumstances beyond the student’s control (e.g., medical documentation, accident report, advisor’s statement, etc.)

Submit your appeal to the Registrar’s Office, Centennial Hall. An e-mail notification of the appeal decision will be sent to your RAMS e-mail account within approximately two to four weeks of receipt of the appeal. All appeal decisions are final.

In order to communicate quickly and effectively with students, the University requires each enrolled student to provide an e-mail address and a current postal mailing address.

  • Undergraduate students are given a Google Apps account (ename@rams.colostate.edu). Details are available on RAMweb (Menu/Records).
  • Graduate students may use the e-mail service of their choice or the free e-mail service the University provides. Learn more

Access to your academic records requires the use of an eID. If you have not yet created an eID, go to eid.colostate.edu and choose “Register for Your eID”. Record your eID (eName and ePassword) where you can find it whenever you need to register or change your schedule. To protect the security of your records, do not disclose your eID to others.

Descriptions of enrollment status thresholds for undergraduate and graduate students are available in the CSU General Catalog. Learn more

Additional details can be found on the Official of Financial Aid “FAQ” webpage.

Holds (financial, scholastic, etc.) may be placed on your registration by academic or administrative offices which prevent your use of the registration system. These holds will be displayed on your RAMweb homepage.

  • Contact the offices listed on the holds to clear them before any registration deadlines.
  • If you need to drop or withdraw from a course, but have a hold which prevents you from using the system, please contact the Registrar’s Office at (970) 491-4860 or email registrarsoffice@colostate.edu from your CSU e-mail address by 11:59 pm the day of the deadline.

The registration system does not accept registrations for a credit overload.  Credit overload requests are made by the student’s major advisor.

  • Undergraduate students: Maximum credit load (all summer terms combined) is 18 credits. Requests for an overload of 21 credits or more must also have the student’s department head’s approval.
  • Graduate students: Maximum credit load (all summer terms combined) is 15 credits. Requests for an overload of 19 credits or more must also have the Graduate School’s approval.

Your address is essential for registration and other University activities. You are responsible for maintaining a mailing address, even during the summer. To change your mailing address, access the RAMweb Menu and select “Records/Manage Student Record”. Next, use the “Address” link to access and update your information.

All summer registration will be accomplished by using the RAMweb student system which can be accessed by logging in at ramweb.colostate.edu.

Registration System Operating Hours

The registration system operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Registration Confirmation

No written confirmation of your registration selection will be mailed to you. However, you may log-on to RAMweb at any time to view or print your selection of courses.

Undergraduate students at CSU have the opportunity to repeat three courses or 12 credits of classes and have the first grade deleted from their GPA. For more information about Repeat/Delete, please visit the Registrar’s website, Academic Resources, Repeat/Delete page.

The deadline for submitting the Repeat/Delete request for all summer courses is Monday, July 23, 2018.

If you wish to select satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading for a student option satisfactory/unsatisfactory graded course or audit grading, you must submit  the “Audit Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Grading Form”. Obtain the necessary approval signatures, and submit the form to the Registrar’s Office, Centennial Hall, on or before the authorized last day to add the course.

Please note:

  • This must be completed after you register for the course in question.
  • Tuition and fees are assessed for audited credits.
  • Audits do not count for full-time status for loan deferments, financial aid, etc.
  • Courses with a grade of Audit are not eligible to receive the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend.

The Registration Waitlist is an electronic list of students who are waiting to register for a class that is full. Students may sign up for this when they attempt to register for a section that has reached capacity. If a student receives an e-mail notification that they may register for the course, they will have 24 hours to do so.

To learn more, log in to RAMweb. From the Menu, choose “FAQs,” then “Registration Wait List”.