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Building Community Through Involvement

Hello Parents, Families, and Student Support Networks! As we near the end of the Fall semester and prepare for Spring 2021, we wanted to take some time with you to explore how students can continue building community and friendships, find ways to be involved in tying their passions to co-curricular engagement, or find ways to engage in leadership opportunities. We …

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STEM – Students Advocating for Themselves

By: Kathryn Berta and Mekdelawit Desta   As students transition to fully online learning after Fall Break, it is more important than ever to have students be able to advocate for themselves and have open communication with their professors. There are many ways a student can start that conversation and reach out. First, make sure that your student has all …

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Making Plans for Next Year – Housing

As we approach the middle of fall semester many students and family members begin to discuss housing options for next year. Many students in Fort Collins are under the impression that housing is so limited that you have to sign a lease almost a year in advance to secure a place, but that’s just not true. The fall semester is …

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Hello from COLLEGE STUDENT STORAGE!

We know that with covid going on right now everything is shaky ground. If your school closes down the residence halls because of Covid this year at any time, we can help you out. Hopefully school and the residence halls will stay open till May for summer break, in that case, again we can help you out then. We are a local …

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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 …

RamRide x Lyft Partnership Announcement

ABOUT RAMRIDE RamRide, CSU’s Safe Ride program was founded by ASCSU in 2003 and quickly grew in numbers. RamRide’s operations moved to Off-Campus Life in 2013 and serves 30,000 patrons a year through its Nightly Operations. RamRide has recently expanded to support student’s basic needs through RamRide Food Ops. RamRide continues to be a national leader amongst other Safe Ride …

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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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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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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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CSU Resources: Covid-19 Recovery

Colorado State University is committed to the health of our students, faculty and staff, as well as to the health of our university and our ability to continue to empower our community through our land-grant mission of academics, research and outreach. Below are helpful links to commonly asked questions about the CSU response to COVID-19. We encourage you to utilize …