Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Student Resources

Office hours and contacts

Please note: The CBE department office is open and staffed virtually:

  • Monday – Friday
  • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., staffed remotely by Denise Morgan
  • Denise Morgan
  • Phone (970) 491-5252
  • Email 
 

Undergraduate Advising

  • Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Claire Lavelle (Email)
  • Office/Drop in hours on zoom, Monday 4 – 5 p.m. and Thursday 4 -5 p.m., or email for an appointment.

Graduate Advising

Undergraduate resources

Claire Lavelle, Counselor, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering, Colorado State University, September 20, 2019

Ask your Advisor

Do you have a question that's not featured on this page? Undergraduate Advisor Claire Lavelle is happy to help! Email your question here.

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Senior Design Resources

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Tutoring Resources

CBE students enjoy free math, science, and engineering tutoring options. If you prefer a group setting, you can try TILT tutoring or the Calculus Center. If you do better in a one-on-one setting, you can meet with your professor or TA during office hours (times and days listed on syllabus).

Whatever your preference, you have tutoring options, so try them all and see what works for you!

University resources

CSU TILT

Tutoring schedule and information

Chemistry Learning Resource Center (CLeRC)

Aims to improve student learning and academic performances for all students in our chemistry courses

CSU Precalculus Center

Precalculus courses cover topics in College Algebra, Logarithmic & Exponential Functions, and Numerical and Analytic Trigonometry

CSU Calculus Center

Access tutoring for your Calculus courses

Get Tutoring at Academic Village: Engineering

Get help with your engineering and other courses through our tutoring programs.

Tutoring is open to all students in the college. Visit the college Tutoring page for weekly schedules.

Student Organizations

Find opportunities for collaboration and connection through diversity organizations, honor societies, and local engineering project clubs.

“The entire past four years of commitment, challenges, good times, people I’ve met, and passion just flashed in front of me and it was beautifully overwhelming.”

Michelle Hefner, SHPE Student Chapter President and 2022 graduate of the CBE program.

Find your community!

Visit the full list of the college's student organizations and website links here.

Graduate resources

Get all of the details of our graduate degree program requirements here

Ask the Graduate Advisors

Do you have a question that's not in our FAQ below? Our graduate advisors are happy to help!

Email Denise Morgan (Denise.morgan@colostate.edu) or Matt Kipper (matthew.kipper@colostate.edu).

University Resources

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