Current Student Information

The College of Science supports all students by providing high quality curricula and services for a diverse student population. Our graduates are well prepared for work and/or graduate school.

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College of Science Advising Center

Advisors are currently working remotely. You can contact an advisor or schedule an appointment by using the email below or by visiting the ADVISING WEBSITE.  

Location:  Building 3, Room 1645
Phone Number:  909-979-5654
Fax Number:  909-979-5655


The Advising Center provides:

  • Personal one-on-one advisement sessions
  • Group Advising
  • Change of Major Advising
  • Assistance with completion of General Academic Petitions, Petition to Exceed Unit Cap, Grade Forgiveness, Request for Course Substitution, Class Withdrawal Request, and other forms
  • CPP Pledge/ Promise Advising
  • At-Risk, Probation and Probation w/ Contract (formerly known as Disqualification) Advising
  • First-time Freshmen & Transfer Student Advising
  • Graduation Advising
  • Semester Transition Advising  


Science Council / Science Clubs

The Science Council allocates ASI funding to science clubs with the intent of promoting student involvement in campus activities. The objective of the Science Council is to establish a community which fosters student success through encouraging collaborative leadership, providing resources, and demonstrating the enjoyable aspects of university life.


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Transition to Canvas Learning Management System

Click the link above for information on Canvas. Here are some things you should know:

  • Canvas will be available for use in classes with the Summer 2021 term
  • Canvas will be the default LMS used in all classes beginning Fall 2021 term
  • Blackboard will remain available for content retrieval through Spring 2022


Using Blackboard

Blackboard will be a crucial tool for you during spring 2021.

  1. Access Blackboard in your  MyCPP portalWe recommend using it on a laptop or tablet. If you need to borrow a laptop for fall 2020, visit  Student Success Central for info about our loaner program. You can also download the phone app. 
  2. Your instructors have to turn their courses on. Don't panic if you don't see anything yet. You might not see your courses until closer to the first day or even after your first Zoom meeting. Check your Blackboard and CPP email often for messages. 
  3. Once you get access, look through the courses to get familiar. There may be small assignments or discussion boards to take care of at first. Each instructor will do things differently. If you don't plan on staying in the course, make sure you drop it on  BroncoDirect

Let your instructor know if you have any questions. Don't wait until the last minute to submit work or take a test just in case something happens. If you run into technical issues with Blackboard, contact the  IT Help Desk.


Virtual Software & Downloads

The new Virtual Software Lab gives you access to many software applications installed in campus computer labs. Visit the  Virtual Software Lab for a list of available programs. 

As a CPP student, you can also get free software downloads for programs like Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud and more. View the list and download programs on the  Student Software webpage.


For your courses where you'll use Zoom,   set up your CPP Zoom account  ahead of time and download the app on your computer or laptop. It's also important to follow some Zoom etiquette -- watch this   1-minute video  for a few tips. Find more Zoom resources on the   Fall 2020 Virtual Advising & Academics Toolkit

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