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Next Steps

Step One

Set up your CampusNet account at campusnet.csuohio.edu. You’ll use CampusNet to view your financial aid status and award letter, add and drop classes, view grades and more. Your Login ID is your 7-digit CSU ID.

Step Two

Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. CSU’s federal code number is 003032.

Step Three

Register for classes via the “Student Tab” on CampusNet. Choose the semester in which you want to register and search for classes by department, catalog number or call number.

Step Four

Obtain your Viking ID card at the Viking Card Office in Berkman Hall, Room 112. Bring your class schedule and a current photo ID (state ID, driver’s license, passport or military ID.)

Step Five

Purchase or rent textbooks. Log on the vikingoutfitters.com or visit Viking Outfitters in the Student Center (SC) after you enroll.

Step Six

Obtain your parking pass by visiting csuohio.edu/parking. You must be enrolled in classes prior to purchasing your parking pass.

Step Seven

Register for Orientation, where you’ll learn about the resources, services and opportunities available to new CSU graduate students.

Did You Know?

Graduate degree holders average $1.4 million more in lifetime earnings than those with a bachelor’s degree.

Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce

Upcoming Events

Aug
21
Graduate Student Orientation
The College of Graduate Studies is hosting Graduate Student Orientation on Wednesday afternoon, August 21, 2019. All…
Aug
21
EECS Department Orientation Fall 2019
The Washkewicz College of Engineering cordially invites you to: EECS Graduate Student Orientation. This orientation is…
Aug
21
Mechanical Engineering Orientation
On Wednesday, August 21st from 11 am to 2 pm there will be an orientation session for all new Mechanical Engineering…
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I not only had a great experience in the classroom at CSU, but I also was able to make many professional connections that will be valuable for the rest of my career as a city planner.

Tom Horsman
Master of Urban Planning, Design and Development, ’17