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ALVS Rams Kidz Village

Hello to our Student Families! We would love to share this great resource for you to utilize at any point throughout the semester, brought to you by the Adult Learners and Veteran Services (ALVS) office. Adult Learner & Veteran Services (ALVS) supports increased academic achievement and holistic development for all adult learners, including but not limited to veterans and student …

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Parent and Family National Survey: Request for Participation

Parent and Family Programs at Colorado State University is proud to be part of a national research study (https://z.umn.edu/CollegeParentsSpeakOutW2) to understand the needs and experiences of families during the COVID-19 pandemic. This survey will help us and other programs like ours understand your experience and consider how we can better serve parents and families as they support their college students.  …

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Now More Than Ever: Encourage Your Student to Get a Flu Shot

By Kate Hagdorn, CSU Health Network This year, more than ever, it’s important to get a flu shot to protect our own health and that of our community. Flu shots have been shown to reduce the risk of flu illnesses, hospitalizations, and missed work and school due to sickness, as well as reduce the risk of flu-related death in children, the elderly, …

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September Newsletter End of Month Updates

Dear Parents and Families, Parent and Family Programs would like to thank you and extend our appreciation for your continued engagement with us as we all move forward together during this Fall 2020 semester. During this semester there are so many opportunities for families, student support networks, and students themselves to grow their community, their knowledge, and continue expanding their …

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Connecting and Engaging Students Through University Housing

With many programs and activities on campus now becoming virtual, it is increasingly challenging for students and staff to meet each other and to get connected on campus. As CSU students, faculty and staff adjust to the new normal as it relates to life on campus, University Housing is continually creating opportunities for students to engage and connect within their …

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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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Conflict Resolution Services Can Support Your Student at CSU!

At this point in the semester, your student may be feeling overwhelmed by learning remotely and could be unsure about how to reach out for help from professors. It might be intimidating for your student to ask questions or initiate a conversation with a professor when a problem arises. Conflict Resolution can help students who are struggling with how to …

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Welcome: September Newsletter

Dear Parents and Families, Welcome to a new and unique fall semester at Colorado State University. As a global pandemic continues to impact our world, we want to recognize how COVID-19 is also impacting you, your families, your community and in particular, your CSU student. This is a challenging time. However, we know our CSU community is resilient. We also …

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Parent and Family Ram Welcome Webinar Series: Recordings Available

Ram Welcome is a campus-wide effort to welcome all new students, parents and families to Colorado State. This year, Ram Welcome looked very different as the student experience included primarily virtual components and Ram Welcome programs for parents and families were all virtual through a holistic series of webinars and town halls. The wonderful benefit of hosting our parent and …

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Student Mental Health Support Resources from CSU Health Network

As CSU begins the semester, many of us are facing challenges and uncertainty related to the pandemic, racial injustice, economic instability and political unrest.  In times of emotional distress, students can experience difficulties that may show up during your interactions with them. CSU Health Network provides numerous resources to help students learn how to improve their mental health, manage stress and minimize anxiety. …