Ram Welcome College Day We can't wait to see you!
For incoming freshmen and transfer students, the next part of your orientation experience is to engage in Ram Welcome. Begin your successful adjustment to CSU by exploring academic programs, engaging with faculty and staff, and learning about the many services and resources available in our college to support your educational journey!
Please see the information on this page to learn about the College and department/school Ram Welcome plans.
Welcome to the CSU College of Health and Human Sciences Ten things to know about your college
Your college – the College of Health and Human Sciences – is one of the most diverse colleges at CSU with six departments and two schools. You and your peers are future designers, nutritionists, health experts, therapists, educators, builders, innovators, and change-makers. Our collective passion for people is what ties us all together. Visit this infographic flyer to learn more about your college.
College Day Schedule
10:00-11:00 a.m. – Convocation at the CSU Stadium
11:00-11:30 a.m. – Transition from Convocation to Lunch and Street Fair
11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. – Lunch and Street Fair at the Clark B Wing and Monfort Quad
12:15-12:30 p.m. – Transition from Lunch to Department/School meeting location
- Apparel and Merchandising, Richardson Design Center Lawn
- Construction Management, Preconstruction Center 122
- Family and Consumer Sciences, Education 207
- Fermentation Science and Technology, Gifford 113
- Health and Exercise Science, Health and Exercise Science Teaching Facility (by Moby Arena)
- Human Development and Family Studies, Behavioral Sciences Building 101A
- Hospitality Management, Gifford 113
- Interior Architecture and Design, Richardson Design Center Lawn
- Nutrition and Food Science, Gifford 113
- Social Work, Education 7
12:30-2:00 p.m. – Department/School Orientation and Programming
2:00-2:15 p.m. – Transition from Department/School to Dean’s Open House
2:00-3:00 p.m. – Dean’s Open House at the Gibbons Building Lawn (East side of the CSU Oval)
Parents and Families Ram Welcome Parent and Family Sessions
The University’s Ram Welcome program takes place during Move-In week to welcome all new students, parents and families to Colorado State University. While all new students are expected to participate in their Ram Welcome experience, CSU also offers optional information sessions for parents and families. Ram Welcome programs for parents and families build upon the summer Ram orientation experience and provide information to aid in the transition to Colorado State University by getting to know academic colleges, meeting faculty, staff and administrators, and learning about the many services available to support your student. See the University Ram Welcome website for programming for parents and families.