Construction Management Undergraduate Advising
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Commitment to Inclusive Excellence
CSU has a unique mission in the State of Colorado. As a land grant university, we are committed to a foundational principle of inclusive excellence recognizing that our institutional success depends on how well we welcome, value, and affirm all members of the CSU community. Only through the inclusion of the rich diversity of students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni can we truly be excellent in our pursuits.
The Department of Construction Management is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming educational and working environment for everyone. As a Department, we do not tolerate any act of hate, bias, sexual misconduct, sexual assault, gender discrimination, and gender-based violence within the our community is not tolerated. Anyone can make a report about any of these acts.
Resources regarding university policy, reporting options, and support services may also be accessed at:
CSU Health and Medical Center Counseling Services
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Student Diversity Programs and Services
A selection of programs and services designed to support students in a variety of ways and provide opportunities to successfully participate in, and contribute to, the diverse campus environment.
Resources for Disabled Students
Facilitate the educational pursuits of students who have disabilities by coordinating a variety of services that support the unique academic needs of permanently and temporarily disabled students.
Adult Learner & Veteran Services
Supports the personal and academic success of adult learners and student veterans by establishing an environment conducive to learning.
Title IX: Student Resources and Reporting Options
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any education program or activity that receives federal funding. Discrimination on the basis of sex includes: Excluding, separating, denying benefits to, or otherwise treating a person differently on the basis of gender (including discrimination based on pregnancy); Sexual harassment, and Sexual violence which includes sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. This includes behavior on and off campus.
Incidents of Bias: Information and Reporting
A bias incident is any conduct, speech, or expression, motivated in whole or in part by bias or prejudice that is meant to intimidate, demean, mock, degrade, marginalize, or threaten individuals or groups based on that individual or group’s actual or perceived identities.
Advising and Support Additional Resources
Construction Management Academic Integrity
Construction Management Academic Integrity Policy
Department of Construction Management – Academic Integrity Policy
Students in the Department of Construction Management are afforded a variety of opportunities to be involved in clubs, compete on teams, hold leadership positions, attend career fairs, and represent one of the best Construction Management programs in the country. Each time you, as a student, interact with a community or industry member, you serve as an ambassador for your peers, faculty, and staff of the CM program and Colorado State University.
You have an opportunity to mold people’s opinions, including those of industry members, recruiters, private scholarship donors, CM Cares recipients, the Dean of our college, or donors to the department as a whole. Needless to say, a positive impression of CM is preferable to a negative one.
Participation in clubs, teams, leadership, career fairs, CM Cares, and receipt of department scholarships are privileges and an honor, and we cannot accept anything less than the very best from those who represent us. Our ambassadors must be responsible, organized, motivated, and professional.
But beyond that, the most important quality our student representatives must possess is integrity. While there are many indicators of integrity, academic honesty is perhaps the most relevant to the student body.
Academic integrity is fairly straightforward: we do our own work. We don’t take work from other students or alumni, and we don’t give our work away to someone else.
As a construction management student, it is essential that you take pride in your education and hold yourself to the highest ethical standards. You are privileged to be part of one of the best construction programs in the country, and it is an honor to represent your peers and the department within and outside of CSU.
As a program, we have an opportunity to create a culture of honesty and integrity, and we have the responsibility to expect nothing but the best from each other.
Effective Dec. 1, 2014, the Department of Construction Management will adhere to the following policy and consequences regarding academic integrity. A breach in academic integrity will result in an evaluation to determine the context and severity of the breach.
Following the evaluation, the breach of academic integrity will result in a loss of privileges within the department for an appropriate period of time. These may include, but are not limited to:
- Loss of participation in the CM Career Fair and on-campus recruitment services provided by the CM Placement Office
- Loss of participation in a competition team
- Loss of leadership as a club officer
- Loss of leadership as a member of the CMBoD
- Loss of participation in the CM Cares class
- Failure of the class (potential effect on graduation)
These penalties are in addition to any and all penalties assessed by the University in accordance with the Academic Integrity Policy found in section 1.6 of the General Catalog
University Academic Integrity Policies
All CON courses will adhere to the CSU’s Academic Integrity Policy as found in the General Catalog and the Student Conduct Code. At a minimum, violations will result in a grading penalty with instructor option to report to the Student Resolution Center – Conduct Services.