Next Steps for Admitted Graduate Students

New Student Orientation

Review Notice of Graduate Admission Letter

Your Notice of Graduate Admission letter was sent to you in the mail. Review this letter and submit any documentation that you are asked to provide. You may be restricted from course registration without this documentation.

If you wish to defer your admission to a later term, contact your department using the information provided in your Notice of Graduate Admission letter.

Create an eID & CSU Email Account

Your electronic identity (eID) is the username and password required to access RAMweb (student records) and Canvas (learning management system).

You will need your nine-digit CSUID to create your eID. Contact the CSU Online Student Success Team if you don't remember your CSUID.

Create your eID

When you create your eID, you will also create your CSU email account. All communications from CSU will be sent to this address. To access your account, sign in to Office 365 using your ename@colostate.edu and eID password.

Forgot your eID?

Go to RAMweb and click "I forgot my Username and/or Password."

Confirm Your Decision to Attend CSU

  • Log in to RAMweb by using your eID
  • Click on "Tell Us Your Plans"
  • Accept your offer of admission

Register for Courses

To identify the courses you need to get started in your program, contact your department using the information provided on your Notice of Graduate Admission letter.

Once you have your course plan, review our step-by-step registration instructions for registering on the CSU Online website.

Purchase Textbooks

Required textbooks and other course materials are listed on the corresponding course page. You may also locate and purchase these materials online through the CSU Bookstore website.

Complete Required Training

CSU is committed to providing an informed and safe community for all students, regardless of where they live and study. To that end, all new students are required to complete Haven: Understanding Sexual Assault, an online course developed by the CSU Health Network.

Part one of the course is available to all newly admitted students and takes approximately one hour to complete. You must complete all modules by the first day of classes, or a hold will be placed on your account that will restrict your ability to register for future semesters.

To start the course, log in to RAMweb and click "AlcoholEdu/Haven: Sexual Assault Prevention" under the "Tools" heading.

Learn more about the Haven: Sexual Assault Prevention course on the CSU Health Network website.

Know Your Options, Rights, & Responsibilities

The CSU Graduate and Professional Bulletin and the CSU General Catalog contain information about student rights, responsibilities, and University policies and procedures.

You will be required to submit a variety of time-sensitive forms throughout your time at CSU. From outlining your program of study to applying for graduation, these forms will keep you on track to complete your degree.

Learn more about forms and other important procedures on the Graduate School website.

Check out additional resources for information about tuition and billing, accessing courses, and for more important CSU policies and procedures.

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