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Getting to Year 2 @ CSU Feb. 11

February 9, 2010

Join hundreds of other students who'll be attending the 3rd annual Getting to Year 2 @ CSU event. Take this opportunity to explore resources and information that will help "smooth the sails" on your journey through academic and university-life!

Thursday, Feb. 11
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Lory Student Center

Orientation and Transition Programs in the Center for Advising and Student Achievement, or CASA, will be hosting the 3rd annual Getting to Year 2 @ CSU Conference on Thursday, Feb. 11 in the Lory Student Center.

Please register on site

Although pre-registration has closed for this event, you may register for the conference when you show up on Thursday. Just go to the registration booth on the 2nd floor of the Lory Student Center.

See the Getting to Year 2 @ CSU schedule online.

What is Getting to Year 2?

This one-day conference is held for first-year students (in their second semester). Students select sessions to attend throughout the day. Sessions are applicable to assisting students’ transition to a second year at CSU and include:

  • Different ways to get straight As
  • Study abroad: Explore, engage, and discover
  • Paying for college
  • Off-campus jeopardy- Parties, leases, neighbors, oh my!
  • Undergraduate research: Getting involved in your discipline
  • Manage your stress

What will I gain by attending this conference?

This conference provides an amazing opportunity for students to gain resources, information, and have the opportunity to connect with CSU faculty and staff as well as other students to help you be successful here at CSU.

If I have class can I still attend?

Yes, the conference will take place all day with a free breakfast and a lunch (with a keynote speaker). Sessions will be offered multiple times throughout the day, so students can feel free to pick and choose what they’d like to attend.

Does it cost anything for students to attend this conference?

Students do not have to pay an additional cost to attend the conference.

Questions or concerns?

If you have questions or concerns, feel free to contact Keith Lopez, Orientation & Transition Programs at (970) 491-4304 or

Contact: Keith Lopez
Phone: (970) 491-4304