July 9, 2018

Campus Resources

There are a variety of resources offered on campus to support students.

Disability Support Resources

Academic Advancement Center (AAC)

Phone: 970-491-6129
Location: 117 Gibbons Hall

he Academic Advancement Center (AAC) is an established community that centers first-generation, limited income, and students with a disability through the following: 

  • Our commitment to creating engaging experiences that fosters an approach towards self-reflection, community building, and increasing opportunities for peer-to-peer networking. 
  • Our responsibility in establishing a supportive community that affirms students’ strengths, actively ensuring students receive a balance of challenge and support, and consistently examines our own bias and stereotypes. 
  • Our commitment to acknowledging and actively removing barriers that create negative impact for students and their experiences. 

The AAC will be there for you during your entire CSU experience. We provide a range of programs and services beginning with our new student welcome through graduation. Visit the AAC website to submit your application.

Academic Coaching through the Student Disability Center

Students working with the Student Disability Center may request academic coaching services when available. Academic coaching is a learning partnership between a student and their coach that serves to deepen their learning, improve their self-awareness, and advance effectiveness of their personal and academic outcomes. Coaches remain curious, non-judgmental guides through the student’s academic career, holding a mirror to a student’s actions and dreams at critical junctures of their journey.

To sign up for Academic Coaching, or request a coach for a new semester, submit an Academic Coaching Questionnaire. Students will be matched with a coach based on their questionnaire answers and the available coaching staff.

Assistive Technology Resource Center (ATRC)

Phone: 970-491-6258
Email: atrc@colostate.edu
Location: 320 Occupational Therapy Building

The Assistive Technology Resource Center ensures equitable access to technology and electronic information at CSU. ATRC staff work with students with disabilities one-on-one to identify and implement the best assistive technology options to support students in their academics. The ATRC provides thorough training on how to use assistive technology and can loan out equipment and software to students. .

Campus Recreation: Adaptive Recreation

Phone: 970-491-6359
Location: Campus Recreation Center

Campus Recreation works to provide equal access to all members of the CSU community. The Rec Center is completely accessible to those using wheelchairs. The facility features adaptive recreation equipment, cardio machines with Braille labels, an aquatic lift into the lane pool, a zero-depth entry into the mixed-use poo, and an aquatic wheelchair that can be used by patrons.

Counseling Services

Phone: 970-491-6053
24/7 on-call counselor: 970-491-7111
Location: CSU Health and Medical Center, 3rd floor

Counseling Services at the CSU Health Network provides a wide range of services to support student mental health and wellbeing. Student have access to these resources through their student fees. Most services are available at low or no-cost. Services include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Counseling Groups
  • Skill Building Workshops
  • Multicultural Counseling
  • 24/7 crisis counseling line
  • Online Mental Health Resources

New Start for Student Veterans

Phone: 970-491-5809
Location: Alder Hall, Room 203
Email: Erica.Billingsley@colostate.edu

The New Start for Student Veterans program supports current and incoming CSU student Veterans who are experiencing an academic or life challenge, including individuals with service-connected injury or disability. Our mission is to help you set and achieve your life goals, improve your academic performance, promote your health and well-being, assist with navigating the transition from military to student life, and help you find your purpose.

Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO)

Phone: 970-491-5836
Location: 101 Student Services

The Office of Equal Opportunity is an administrative office on campus that, in addition to other programs and activities, conducts investigations and resolves complaints of discrimination and harassment in accordance with University procedures, coordinates University compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, serves as a resource and provides assistance to units, departments and University constituencies regarding matters related to equal opportunity, affirmative action, access and non-discrimination, and provides education and training to faculty, staff and students on matters related to equal opportunity, discrimination and harassment.

Opportunities for Postsecondary Success (OPS)

Phone: 970-491-5930
Location: 201 Alder Hall

The Opportunities for Postsecondary Success Program focuses on supporting successful postsecondary transitions and outcomes for students with disabilities and learning differences. The program offers individualized, comprehensive, customized support for students. OPS staff help students develop a variety of skills including self-advocacy, time management, effective communication, problem-solving, decision making, stress management, study, test taking, and goal setting. Students work with professional staff and if desired, a student mentor. OPS is a fee-based program and costs $2,500 per semester. Students may financially qualify for assistance with the program fee through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. OPS staff can assist students with navigating financial options.

Psychological Services Center

Phone: 970-491-5212
Location: Sage Hall

The Psychological Services Center (PSC) provides psychological evaluation services, as well as individual, couples, and family therapy services to address a wide range of presenting concerns. 

  • Appointment can be made by calling (970) 491-5212. Messages left at this number are confidential and will be returned by a member of the Psychological Services Center (PSC) administrative staff. During your initial call, you will speak with an administrative staff member who will provide you additional information about services specifically related to your individual needs.
  • The PSC offers services on a sliding fee scale depending on each person’s financial circumstances. 
  • Full-time Colorado State University (CSU) students seeking therapy services at PSC are charged a standard $15 rate per hour a fee.

Student Case Management

Phone: 970-491-8051
Location: Aggie Village: Walnut Building, Suite B

Student Case Management provides prevention and intervention services that help students navigate difficult medical, mental health, behavioral, personal, or family crisis, illness, or injury. They can also work with instructors to request considerations in working with you after missing class for personal issues. 

Academic Support Resources

Academic Advancement Center (AAC)

Phone: 970-491-6129
Location: 117 Gibbons Hall

The Academic Advancement Center (AAC) is an established community that centers first-generation, limited income, and students with a disability through the following: 

  • Our commitment to creating engaging experiences that fosters an approach towards self-reflection, community building, and increasing opportunities for peer-to-peer networking. 
  • Our responsibility in establishing a supportive community that affirms students’ strengths, actively ensuring students receive a balance of challenge and support, and consistently examines our own bias and stereotypes. 
  • Our commitment to acknowledging and actively removing barriers that create negative impact for students and their experiences. 

The AAC will be there for you during your entire CSU experience. We provide a range of programs and services beginning with our new student welcome through graduation. Visit the AAC website to submit your application.

Academic Coaching Through the Student Disability Center

Students working with the Student Disability Center may request academic coaching services when available. Academic coaching is a learning partnership between a student and their coach that serves to deepen their learning, improve their self-awareness, and advance effectiveness of their personal and academic outcomes. Coaches remain curious, non-judgmental guides through the student’s academic career, holding a mirror to a student’s actions and dreams at critical junctures of their journey.

  • To sign up for Academic Coaching, or request a coach for a new semester, submit an Academic Coaching Questionnaire. Students will be matched with a coach based on their questionnaire answers and the available coaching staff.

Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS)

Phone: 970-491-3977
Location: 288 Lory Student Center

ALVS assists with the transition of adult learners, student veterans and student parents to campus life; facilitates academic success through building community and engagement on campus and in the greater community.  ALVS offers additional help with academic success through 1:1 tutoring, a peer advising program helping students find appropriate referrals & mentoring, and a variety of scholarships.  ALVS also runs the Rams Kidz Village program for student parents to access drop-in educational activities for their children ages 12 months to 11 years old while they study or work on group projects in the library.  Please check out the ALVS website for a variety of other resources and programs for adult learners, student veterans, and student parents.

The Calculus Center

Phone: 970-491-8343
Location: TILT Building, Great Hall

The Calculus Center provides support to students enrolled in calculus classes. They provide tutoring, small group mentoring, and drop in help desk hours.

Career Center

Phone: 970-491-5707
Location: 120 Lory Student Center

The Career Center provides internship and career planning resources, job/internship search tools, and information to help choose a major or graduate school. They host career fairs and conduct on-campus interviews with employers.

Chemistry Learning Resource Center (CLeRC)

Phone: 970-491-6381
Location: Yates Building, room 414

The CLeRC promotes learning and understanding in chemistry courses. Services offered include tutoring, open office hours with professors and TA’s, skill development workshops.

Collaborative for Student Achievement

Phone: 970-491-7095
Location: Canvas Stadium, east side

The Collaborative for Student Achievement provides academic advising for undeclared students, those seeking a controlled major and those planning a career in a health-related profession. They also assist non-admitted students wanting to take courses as well as students needing to withdraw.

Eagle Feather Tutoring

Phone: 970-491-1332
Location: 327 Lory Student Center

Eagle Feather Tutoring offered through the Native American Cultural Center offers free tutoring services to all students on a walk-in or appointment basis. Tutoring focuses strongly in math and science courses.

Morgan Library

Phone: 970-491-1841

The Morgan Library offers a variety of services and resources to support students. Services include research guides, research databases, technology loans, tech support, study rooms, and a 24/7 study cube. The Morgan Library also has five assistive technology rooms available to students. Access to these rooms is given to students working with the Assistive Technology Resource Center.

The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT)

Phone: 970-491-3132
Location: TILT Building

TILT’s learning programs are designed to enhance students’ educational experiences by teaching academic skills, supporting work in courses, providing preparation for life after graduation, and offering enrichment opportunities that go beyond the classroom. Programs include tutoring, academic and study skills workshops, online resources, enrichment programs, and private study rooms.

Writing Center

Phone: 970-491-0222
Location: Eddy Hall, room 23

The Writing Center assists students with the writing process, including brainstorming, drafting, revising, researching, and proofreading skills for written assignments. Online consultations are also available.

Basic Needs Resources

Rams Against Hunger

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 assistance with navigating federal aid eligibility.  

Rams Against Hunger Food Pantr

To help address financial stress and food insecurity brought about by COVID-19, Rams Against Hunger is now offering a permanent food pantry on campus.

 Spring 2021 hours of operation are as follows:

  • Monday: CLOSED
  • Tuesday: CLOSED
  • Wednesdays: 4:00 – 7:00 pm
  • Thursdays: 4:00 7:00 pm
  • Fridays: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

All members of the CSU community (students, staff, and faculty) may access the Rams Against Hunger Food Pantry through the lobby of the Lory Student Centre Theatre.  Please bring your CSU ID card. Rams Against Hunger asks that all visitors work with us to maintain social distancing guidelines and health protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

RamRide Food Ops

RamRide will continue to support Rams Against Hunger initiatives through Food Operations (RamRide Food Ops). RamRide Food Ops will deliver boxes of free food from the CSU Mobile Food Pantry to on and off-campus students, faculty, and staff.

  • Deliveries will take place on Fridays. Students, faculty, and staff can choose up to 2 Fridays each month for delivery. Deliveries will arrive in the afternoon, between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  • RamRide Food Ops is designed for students, faculty, and staff who cannot come to, or transport food home from, the Mobile Food Pantry.
  • To request food delivery through RamRide Food Ops, please complete the short application.

Pocket Pantries

Rams Against Hunger will continue to offer a limited selection of food items to all members of the Ram community at the following Pocket Pantry locations:

  • Lory Student Center- level 200 – ASCSU Plaza-side entrance
    Please “swipe” your CSU ID to enter the Pocket Pantry doors
  • University Housing – Aggie Village Family Apartments
    Aggie Village Family Center – 501 West Prospect St, Building 24
  • University Housing – University Village Center Apartments
    1600 West Plum, Building 24.

Rams Against Hunger Meal Swipe Program

This program allows eligible students to apply for 60 meal swipes, which can be utilized at any CSU dining hall.  

  • Details about the program, as well as an application may be found on this website.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

SNAP can help eligible low-income families and individuals stretch their food budget!  SNAP provides monthly supplemental income for food purchases for about 1 in 10 Coloradoans, including hard-working families, children, students, seniors, veterans and those who are disabled.

Student Case Management can answer your question and help you navigate the benefit process.  This service is available to CSU students, faculty and staff!

For more information contact SNAP4Rams@colostate.edu or call us at 970-491-8051.  

Identity and Cultural Resources

Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS)

Phone: 970-491-3977
Location: 288 Lory Student Center

ALVS assists with the transition of adult learners, student veterans and student parents to campus life; facilitates academic success through building community and engagement on campus and in the greater community.  ALVS offers additional help with academic success through 1:1 tutoring, a peer advising program helping students find appropriate referrals & mentoring, and a variety of scholarships.  ALVS also runs the Rams Kidz Village program for student parents to access drop-in educational activities for their children ages 12 months to 11 years old while they study or work on group projects in the library.  Please check out the ALVS website for a variety of other resources and programs for adult learners, student veterans, and student parents.

Asian Pacific American Cultural Center (APACC)

Phone: 970-491-6154
Location: 333 Lory Student Center

The Asian Pacific American Cultural Center works to make CSU a safe and supportive space for Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, Asian American (including Southeast Asian, Desi, adopted, mixed race) students and other historically marginalized communities. The Center is focused on building community, working to remove barriers and providing access to resources to support students in finding fulfillment and success while at CSU and beyond.

Black/African American Cultural Center (BAACC)

Phone: 970-491-5781
Location: 335 Lory Student Center

The Black/African American Cultural Center promotes a diverse, inclusive campus environment and serves as a resource to the campus community as well as surrounding communities, through academic, professional, cultural and personal development programs that embrace Black and African American experiences.  The primary goal is to enhance the overall college experience so that students achieve academically and are able to compete in a global society. The office has as one of its foremost goals to enhance students’ knowledge of the culture, history, heritage, and traditions that are unique to the African American experience.

El Centro

Phone: 970-491-5722
Location: 225 Lory Student Center

The mission of El Centro is to provide support for the Latinx community at CSU and Fort Collins. We do this by encouraging student engagement, academic success, cultural pride, empowerment, and volunteer/leadership opportunities. We strive to promote an inclusive environment that focuses on awareness and understanding of the Latinx experience. 

Incidents of Bias Reporting System

The incidents of bias reportin gsystem allows members of the CSU community to report when they see or experience an incident of bias. When information is provided that identifies an individual or individuals in connection with reported behavior or a pattern of behavior identifies an actionable approach for the university, the appropriate office at the university will address the incident or incidents reported. If the reporting or affected party provides contact information someone from the appropriate office or resource will reach out to those impacted by the reported behavior.

Native American Cultural Center (NACC)

Phone: 970-491-1332
Location: 327 Lory Student Center

The Native American Cultural Center’s mission is to ensure a successful educational experience for students by providing support and services related to recruitment, retention, graduation, and community outreach. The office embraces and encourages a supportive environment based on the traditions and cultures of Native American peoples. Our programs are available free to all students, and we offer a variety of social and educational services and programs to support students in their academic journey at CSU.

NACC is here to…

  • Assist in your personal, social and academic growth by empowering you with the skill and strategies that will ensure a successful transition from your traditional home culture to university life.
  • Help you make a positive transition to college life while maintaining the best of your native culture by emphasizing harmony and balance in your daily life.
  • Educate the University and Fort Collins communities about Native American history, culture and philosophies, and about the unique needs of Native American students.
  • Recruit Native American students through professional and personal contacts with Native American reservation schools and other communities with large Native American populations.
  • Serve as an advocate on your behalf during your time at Colorado State University.

Office of International Programs (OIP)

Phone: 970-491-5917
Location: Laurel Hall

The OIP provides comprehensive support to international students including the admissions process, financial aid, support programs. They also help coordinate the education abroad program.

Office of the Vice President for Diversity

Phone: 970-491-6849
Location: Diversity House

The Office of the Vice President for Diversity helps lead strategic diversity initiatives on the CSU campus. They offer symposiums, trainings, and other educational programs focused around increasing awarenesss of diversity-related topics.

Pride Resource Center

Phone: 970-491-4342
Location: 232 Lory Student Center

The Pride Resource Center provides programs and services to support the retention and thriving of LGBTQ+ students at CSU. We offer regular opportunities for students to build community on campus through events (such as LGBTQ History Month, Queer Prom, and Trans Awareness Week), mentoring opportunities, and groups (such as Queer Connections). Pride also creates pathways for student advocacy and leadership, and serves as a connection point for students seeking resources and support for navigating campus and the local community as LGBTQ+ individuals. Pride also provides education and resources (like our Safe Zone program) for all community members to embrace and expand their understanding of sexual orientation, romantic orientation, gender identity, and gender expression through engaging the campus in critical learning and action towards the liberation of our wider LGBTQ+ community.

Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialogue (SEED)

Contact: seedcsu@colostate.edu

SEED provides peer-led workshops to students by students. The goal of all the workshops is to engage and increase student’s knowledge, awareness, understanding, and skills on topics of identity, inclusion, bias, and social justice. The program is student-led and aims to facilitate students in dialogues across difference with the hope that a more inclusive campus and community is fostered. Workshops are on a by-request basis and range in a variety of topics and we are open to creating a unique workshop based on your learning and skill goals.

Office of Title IX Programs and Gender Equity

Phone: 970-491-1715
Location: 123 Student Services Building

The Office of Title IX Programs and Gender Equity works with students who may have been involved in incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and /or retaliation.  This office can assist in providing information regarding reporting options available for students and information regarding the University’s investigative process; connect students with helpful campus resources to assist them through these processes; and acts as neutral fact finders in University investigations.

Undocumented/DACA/ASSET Resources

CSU is committed to supporting undocumented students. The university has created a website designed to provide information and resources to students who are undocumented.

Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC)

Phone: 970-491-6384
Main Office Location: 112 Student Services
Satellite Office Location: 234 Lory Student Center

TThe Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC) provides both educational programs and outreach through an intersectional and feminist framework, topics frequently sought out from the WGAC include interpersonal violence prevention, body image awareness, anti-violence and social constructs of gender just to name a few. Additionally, WGAC provides confidential advocacy by offering information about academic, legal, medical, emotional, and student conduct resources to survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, sexual harassment, and stalking. We also offer support to secondary survivors, such as intimate partners, friends, family, and you. This service is offer 24 hours a day, 365 days a year through their confidential hotline at 970-492-4242. Their purpose is to provide a safe and affirming space for the students we serve at CSU, while supporting systemic change to end all forms of oppression within our community. 

Other Campus Resources

Campus Recreation

Phone: 970-491-6359
Location: Campus Recreation Center

Campus Recreation promotes the pursuit of a balanced, healthy lifestyle through diverse programs and activities including intramural sports, aquatics, fitness classes, sports clubs, and outdoor experiential opportunities.  Membership is dependent upon fee-paying student status.

Career Center

Phone: 970-491-5707
Location: 120 Lory Student Center

The Career Center provides internship and career planning resources, job/internship search tools, and information to help choose a major or graduate school. They host career fairs and conduct on-campus interviews with employers.

Collaborative for Student Achievement

Phone: 970-491-7095
Location: Canvas Stadium, east side

The Collaborative for Student Achievement provides academic advising for undeclared students, those seeking a controlled major and those planning a career in a health-related profession. They assist non-admitted students wanting to take courses as well as students needing to withdraw.

CSU Health Network

Phone: 970-491-1721
Location: CSU Health and Medical Center

The CSU Health Network is an integrative and innovative approach to providing seamless and comprehensive quality mental health and medical services. Counseling Services, which is part of the CSU Health Network, provides a wide range of services to meet the needs of fee-paying students on the Fort Collins campus. Students can discuss these services with a counselor by calling 970-491-6053. For students who are deaf or hard of hearing, please begin by calling 711 and Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS) can help you communicate with our on-call counselors.

  • Multicultural Counseling Drop-in Hours Call 970-491-6053 or email aparicio@colostate.edu
  • For urgent mental health concerns, please call (970) 491-7111 to speak with a counselor now (available 24/7).

Morgan Library

Phone: 970-491-1841

The Morgan Library offers a variety of services and resources to support students. Services include research guides, research databases, technology loans, tech support, study rooms, and a 24/7 study cube. The Morgan Library also has five assistive technology rooms available to students. Access to these rooms is given to students working with the Assistive Technology Resource Center.

Off-Campus Life

Phone: 970-491-2248
Location: 274 Lory Student Center

Off-Campus Life provides resources for students who are wanting to live off-campus. Services include apartment complex lists, party registration, and RamRide safe ride home program.

Office of Financial Aid

Phone: 970-491-3621
Location: Centennial Hall

The Office of Financial Aid assists students in understanding their financial aid and how to pay their bill. They assist students in navigating the process of filling out their FAFSA and applying for scholarships.

Rams Against Hunger

Phone: 970-491-1682
Location: 210 Lory Student Center

Rams Against Hunger is a program run through the SLiCE office that aims to aid students who are experiencing food insecurity. Resources offered through the program include meal swipe program, mobile food pantry, and assistance with navigating the food stamps process.

Registrar’s Office

Phone: 970-491-4860
Location: 100 Centennial Hall

The Registrar’s Office oversees all degree requirements, course registration, and transcripts. They also asses transfer credits. and handel academic and registration appeals.

SafeWalk

Phone: 970-491-1155

SafeWalk, part of the CSU Police Department, offers assistance in getting home safely. Campus Service Officers will walk with a student to any destination on campus, or within a two-block radius of campus.  SafeWalk operates from dusk until dawn year-round.

Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement (SLiCE)

Phone: 970-491-1682
Location: 210 Lory Student Center

SLiCE provides a variety of opportunities for students to get involved on campus through clubs and student organizations. SLiCE helps develop leadership skills through workshops, seminars, and retreats. Finally, they engage with the community through service activities.

Student Legal Services (SLS)

Phone: 970-491-1482
Location: 284 Lory Student Center

SLS provides free legal advice for students in a variety of areas. SLS attorneys are knowledgeable about a wide variety of topics including lease reviews, tax questions, and intellectual property.  SLS attorneys do not represent students in court, and due to conflict of interest cannot provide legal advice about concerns specifically regarding the university.

Student Resolution Center ISRC)

Phone: 970-491-7165
Location: Aggie Village: Walnut Building Suite A

The Student Resolution Center offers conflict resolution services as well as handles student conduct and academic integrity cases. Services include conflict mediation, conflict coaching, workshops, and conduct hearings.

Tell Someone

Phone: 970-491-1350

If you are concerned about a student or an employee, tell someone. Tell Someone provides referrals to campus resources that can develop strategies and use resources to discreetly help students and employees who may be in distress.

Office of Title IX Programs and Gender Equity

Phone: 970-491-1715

Location: 123 Student Services Building

The Office of Title IX Programs and Gender Equity works with students who may have been involved in incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and /or retaliation.  This office can assist in providing information regarding reporting options available for students and information regarding the University’s investigative process; connect students with helpful campus resources to assist them through these processes; and acts as neutral fact finders in University investigations.

YOU@CSU

The YOU@CSU portal connects students with campus resources and other online educational tools to increase student success. This digital tool promotes self- reflection, allowing students to be more proactive with their health and well-being in order to make the most of their college experience.Students can complete brief assessments and create their profile in order to customize content. Users can set goals and check them off once completed, peruse useful and relatable content, or search for something specific.