Involvement Advising at CSU

Maximize your time at CSU by exploring your interests – both inside and outside the classroom.  Join a student organization, learn about leadership, volunteer in the community, work on campus or attend athletic events.  These are a few ways to make meaningful, long-lasting connections on and off campus.

Simply follow the three step process below and you’ll be on your way to getting the guidance you need to make your college years memorable and productive.

Set up an Involvement Advising session today!

Instructions

Follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your way to improving your involvement here at CSU.

  1. Meet the Involvement Advisors.
  2. Select your advisor.
  3. Select a date and time for your involvement appointment.
  4. Take the Involvement Survey.
  5. Book your appointment.
Meet Your Involvement Advisors
Claudia

Involvement Advisor

Pronouns

she/her/hers

Major
Communications Studies

Minor
Legal Studies and Ethnic Studies

Hometown
Aurora, CO

Involvement

La Cocina Respiro Childcare Program Coordinator, El Centro, Alt Break participant, Leadershape Conference Graduate, LEAD Conference participant, SOMOS Rams Retreat Participant, La Conexion Legacy, Ram Ride Volunteer, First year participant of President’s Leadership Program, Former College of Liberal Arts Ambassador, Intern of Restorative Justice Education, and volunteer for Restorative Justice Criminal Justice, and Student Mentor

Personal Fact
I love to create art, grow plants, lift weights, and socialize with my friends. For me, getting involved at CSU helped opened the door to new friendships, countless opportunities, and valuable leadership development experiences. Feeling connected to my CSU community was instrumental to my overall success on this campus. Everyone’s experience is different, let’s make yours amazing.

Brooke

Involvement Advisor

Pronouns

she/her/hers

Major
Journalism & Media Communcation

Minor
Sociology

Hometown
Parker, CO

Involvement
Her Campus member, Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Student Organizations team member, Alternative Spring Break

Personal Fact
I am a transfer student and proud to be a CSU Ram!  I love to read and write.  I am constantly looking for new things to read.

Herman

Involvement Advisor

Pronouns

he/him/his

Major
Cello Performance, String Pedagogy, and Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts

Minor

English and Spanish

Hometown
Fort Collins, CO

Involvement
Cicada Creative Magazine Poetry Editor, American String Teachers Association Treasurer, Spiritus Mundi Co-Managing Editor, Research Assistant, CSU Life Reporter, Alternative Spring Breaks Site Leader, Associated Students of CSU Associate Senator for College of Liberal Arts, Liberal Arts Dean’s Leadership Council Member, Journalism and Publicity Intern for School of Music, Theatre, Dance, Rams Engaging in Active Leadership (REAL) program certification

Personal Fact
I love creativity in all forms and finding unique ways to express identities. From writing poetry in Spanish to performing in string quartets, I love advocating for the arts and for self-expression! My biggest values are awareness and love, with yourself and with the world.

Braden

Involvement Advisor

Pronouns

he/him/his

Major
Business

Minor
Human Resources & Finance

Hometown
Fort Collins, CO

Involvement
Key Communities, President’s Leadership Program, Business Diversity Leadership Alliance, SHADES Co-President

Personal Fact
I love social justice theory and while I may be biased…I am the coolest Involvement Advisor.

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