Rams take care of Rams.

Parent and Family Programs values you as a partner in supporting your student’s success at CSU.   We often share with parents and family members that – you know your student best.   If there is ever a time where your student is working through a difficult or challenging situation, and you believe that additional support services and/or resources may be helpful, know that CSU has a variety of offices committed to supporting a student through a difficult time.

Difficult situations such as a medical, mental health, behavioral, personal or family crisis, or an illness or injury may impact all aspects of your student’s life at CSU – and your student could be worried about how this might impact their success at the University.

The information below is meant to provide an overview of resources available, if you are unsure of which resources would best support your student, please give Parent and Family Programs a call at (970) 491-6680.  If you have immediate concerns for the safety of your student,or others, please call 911.

Counseling Services

Part of the services provided through the CSU Health Network. Resources available for your student when experiencing a situational problem, immediate crisis, or if seeking on-going support.

CSU Police Department

Promote a safe and secure community while providing proactive police services through education, outreach and response.

Student Case Management

Crisis prevention and intervention services. Supporting students in difficult situations, such as crisis, illness or injury. Staff helps to navigating resources and services available.

Student Resolution Center

Conflict resolution and student conduct services. Help to assist, educate, and support CSU students through two processes: conflict resolution and student conduct.

Tell Someone

Health and safety referrals. If you are concerned about a CSU student or university employee - tell someone - call or use the online referral form. If you believe a member of the campus community is in imminent danger to themselves or others, call 911.

Victim Assistance Team (VAT)

Assisting CSU students and any family or friends who have experienced sexual assault, relationship violence or stalking both on or off campus. Call to reach a confidential advocate.