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Conflict Resolution Month 2020

Parents, families, and support networks, Please see these opportunities for your student to engage with Conflict Resolution Month 2020 through the Student Resolution Center. If you are not familiar, CSU’s Student Resolution Center offers both conflict resolution services for students including conflict coaching, consultation, mediation, facilitation and training on restorative justice. SRC also provides student conduct services regarding the student …

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Voting and Civics @ Colorado State University

Hello RamFam! With an election cycle now approaching us and underway in various states, CSU is preparing to provide as many resources as possible for students who can vote, outlined below. For more information on how your student can engage locally, please click here. “Public Service Leadership. What does that mean to you? Democratic systems require participation. Results are more representative …

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(Stay Home) Homecoming and Family Weekend – Save the Date!

Save the Date for (Stay) Homecoming and Family Weekend There is no doubt Homecoming and Family Weekend will look different than it ever has before, but the purpose will remain the same. Join us virtually Oct. 1-3 to celebrate what unites us as Rams as we bring Colorado State to you! Together, we will Light the A, re-create time-honored traditions …

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Rams Against Hunger Program – Fall 2020

Rams Against Hunger (RAH) Program Overview Operating from The Office of Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement (SLiCE), Rams Against Hunger offers a menu of services that support students, faculty and staff experiencing food insecurity. Services include a food pantry, a meal-swipe program, pocket pantries, and in-person assistance with navigating federal aid eligibility.  This multi-pronged approach acknowledges the broad scope …

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National Latinx Heritage Month 2020

Hello RamFam! Each year, the CSU community is honored to be a part of National Latinx Heritage Month from September through October. National Latinx Heritage Month Parent and Family Programs is excited to share El Centro’s virtual events for the National Latinx Heritage Month Celebration. Below you will find information about their speakers and events, information on how to participate …

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Rams Read Program – Dialoguing Through Citizen – An American Lyric

Hello RamFam! We are excited to share an opportunity from a new campus initiative – Rams Read, the inaugural common read program at Colorado State University. During these challenging times, we hope that engaging in dialogue around a single shared text can help us all deepen our understanding of what it means to be living and learning in a community …

Statement on the Federal Administration Rule Regarding Protections for the Trans and Non-Binary Community

Dear Rams, We at the CSU Health Network, the Pride Resource Center and the Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC) are aware of the recent rule enacted by the Federal Administration that removes language from the Affordable Care Act specifically protecting healthcare access for the Trans and Non-Binary community. This updated ruling removes discrimination protections for Queer and Trans people …

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Rams Against Hunger: An Initiative to battle food insecurity at CSU!

In recent years, the conversation around food and housing insecurity experienced on college campuses has grown sharply. The reality of the issue goes well beyond the old image of college students relying on peanut butter and ramen though.  The rising costs of college today means true food and housing insecurity for far too many students. According to a recent survey …

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Lavender Graduation

Please save the date for the Pride Resource Center’s 2020 Lavender Graduation! Lavender Graduation celebrates the accomplishments and achievements of LGBTQ+ undergraduate and graduate students. Please encourage your student to participate in celebration of their accomplishments, scholarship recipients, and annual award winner! If this is something your student would be interested in participating in, see the information in the photo …

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Flu Season is Here: Still Time to Get a Flu Shot

By Kate Hagdorn, CSU Health Network   Flu season is upon us. The flu can spread quickly on a college campus, and students who get sick can miss several days of classes, taking a hit academically. The best way for your student to prevent, shorten or reduce the severity of the flu is to get a flu shot. Flu shots …