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academic probation


Failure to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher. Students have two semesters to regain a 2.0 cumulative GPA or face academic dismissal.
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advising code


This is a 6 digit number that is required to register for a particular semester. Your advisor may place an advising code on your registration. You will obtain your advising code when you meet with your advisor to discuss your registration for the upcoming semester.
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all university core curriculum


The AUCC emphasizes lifelong learning and learner outcomes. It is designed to expand each student's knowledge in several broad areas and to build upon intellectual foundations and perspectives. Students must earn a 2.0 cumulative GPA in their AUCC courses to graduate. See the General Catalog.
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check sheet


A list of courses required in a specified major needed for graduation. You should check off courses as they are completed and use it in planning future course schedules.
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class level


Class level is based on the number of credits earned fewer than 30 = Freshman; 30-59 = Sophomore; 60-89 = Junior; 90+ = Senior.
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college


Colorado State University has eight colleges. Each represents a general area of study from which a major can be chosen. They are Agricultural Sciences, Applied Human Sciences, Business, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Warner College of Natural Resources, Natural Sciences, and Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
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competitive majors


Students must meet additional admission requirements before being accepted into the major. Requirements may stipulate that a student obtain a minimum number of credits, take specific course prerequisites, earn a minimum GPA, or some combination of these. Please see Majors with Entrance Requirements for More information.
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concentration


At least 12 credits of course work that give you an opportunity to extend general learning into a more specific area. Concentrations are listed under their respective major in the Admissions Packet and those pages of the General Catalog dedicated to each of the University's colleges.
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course restrictions


Students must meet certain conditions to register for some classes. These conditions may be based on class standing (e.g., sophomore, junior, etc.), major, minor, or a combination of these.
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credit


The number of credits a course is worth generally corresponds to the amount of time the class meets each week. For example, a 3-credit lecture class will meet for approximately 2½ hours each week, either in three 50-minute sessions or two 75-minute sessions per week.
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