Current and Incoming Undergraduates:

*Students can only schedule through Navigate right now with their assigned health professions advisor. Please contact the front desk (970-491-7095) if you’d like to schedule with a health professions advisor not assigned to you*

  • Login to Navigate
  • For appointment type, choose “academic advising”
  • For service, choose “health professions advising”
  • Limited in-person appointments will be offered in addition to virtual appointments starting August 30th 2021
  • If you prefer a phone appointment, please say that in the “comments” section and include your phone number. Your advisor will call you at the time of your appointment from a blocked number.
  • Virtual appointments will take place over Microsoft Teams. Your advisor will send you a meeting invitation.

Prospective Students, Graduate Students and Alumni:

  • CSU has only two health professions graduate programs – a veterinary school and occupational therapy school. For all other health professions, we assist students who are pursuing those programs at other schools.
  • Email us or call (970) 491-7095 to schedule
  • You will have the option of an in-person or phone appointment. If you choose a phone appointment, Your advisor will call you at the time of your appointment from a blocked number.

Pre-health students have two (sometimes more) advisors:

  1. Primary academic advisor (often an ASC): helps students successfully complete their degree
  2. Health professions advisor (secondary advisor): assists students in preparing for health professions programs
  3. Minor advisor (if you have a minor)
  4. Honors advisor (if you’re in the Honors Program)
  5. Academic coordinator (if you’re an athlete)

Role of a health professions advisor:

  • Assist students in identifying professional school prerequisites and choosing appropriate CSU courses.
  • Guide students through the application process of specific professional programs.
  • Advise the CSU Pre-Health Profession Clubs.
  • Help students connect with relevant experiences outside the classroom, such as volunteering, research, clinical experience etc.
  • Refer students to on-and-off-campus support services