Education to Employment (E2E) is a program to help adult learners transition into their desired career after graduation from CSU. ALVS partners with the Career Center and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment to provide pathways for adult learners (including student parents and veterans) to explore their future, workshops to prepare for the job search, networking events to connect with mentors, and a Dress for Success program.
Make sure to fill out your Federal Student Aid to see if you qualify for any loans or grants. The earlier you apply, the more likely you are to receive grants. This is also important when looking at scholarships due to the fact that many require financial information from FAFSA to be given.
To fill out the application, visit http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/.
* 2012-2013 applications must be submitted by midnight Central Time, June 30, 2013.
CSU Financial Aid Resources
Begin planning for financial aid applications by estimating the cost of attending Colorado State University. Click here for Student Financial Services Cost of Attendance calculator.
Other scholarships may be available to you as well. Check out the Admissions scholarships page here
The ALVS office has two success programs, a Veteran Success Program and a Student Parent Success Program. These programs are designed to aid students in succeeding both academically and personally. These programs support Student Parents and Veterans in the transition, education, and involvement at CSU with a goal of graduating CSU in good academic standing. We are here to support you and can connect you with the resources you need to succeed.
CSU has a large array of groups and organizations that are available to students to help them find their niche, meet other people with shared interests, and get involved on and off campus. ALVS is here to help you find the right group based on your needs and preferences. Whether it is the Pinnacle Honor Society or the ALVS advisory board, we are here to help you get involved.