Your registration is listed as "pending" until it is reviewed and processed by Continuing Ed's Enrollment Services staff. This involves verifying your academic record, updating your information, and checking for holds. Registrations are processed the next business day; two business days may be required during busy times. Within 24 hours after your registration is processed, a confirmation email is automatically sent to all your email addresses on record. That email sometimes get filtered as spam, though, so check your spam and quarantine folders.
Textbooks and Computer Software:
Websites You Will Need:
RamWeb - This is a resource website for all students at CSU. Here you will find access to your student records, such as personal records, application status and registration information. You can drop a class from RamWeb, as long as it isn't your only class. You will need to register for distance courses through CSU Online Registration, not RamWeb. Note: Students registered for non-credit courses will not need access to RamWeb.
Canvas - Canvas is the new learning platform for CSU, starting Fall 2015. This is where you will go to find your course materials, such as announcements, assignments and handouts. Log in is with your CSU eID for credit courses, or a separate CSU Online ID for non-credit courses.
Your Course Information: You can expect to receive a Welcome Letter with your course information on the Friday before classes begin. This message will be sent to the e-mail address that is connected to your eID (see below). If you wish to receive CSU e-mail at a different address, you will need to log onto RamWeb and change your contact information. Please be sure to read all information contained in the Welcome Letter.
Course Materials: Access to Canvas is needed for all of our courses except STAT 699.
Proctors for Exams/Quizzes: Proctor agreements are required for many of our classes. Your Welcome Letter will contain information on whether or not you will need a proctor for your course. If you wish, you may begin locating a proctor for your course using these guidelines:
Feel free to e-mail our office at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns or call 970-491-5268.