CSU Engagement Resources
There are many resources available to students on campus. Ask for help, get involved, and make friends. Listed below is a collection of some of the most commonly referenced resources and links to their sites.
The CLeRC has many resources available to undergraduate students that aims to improve student learning and academic performances for all students in our chemistry courses.
Academic support for Mechanical Engineering Students
Learn more about study abroad opportunities during your college experience here at CSU.
Search through different resources in how to prepare and get set up for success when thinking about Grad School!
The Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium, intentionally reaches out to students of color in various disciplines and exposes them to a variety of undergraduate research opportunities.
All Community for Excellence students are encouraged to check out Eagle Feather Tutoring which has a variety of tutoring resources for you!
Project Success is a two-week workshop series designed to help students return to good academic standing if they are on Academic Probation.
A great resource for more tutoring options for several classes at CSU.
Student Diversity and Services (SDPS)
Assists the University in retaining Asian Pacific American students through direct service and support and by providing programs that foster cultural awareness on campus and in the Fort Collins community.
Assist students who identify as or with the African American culture with their transition to Colorado State University and throughout their academic career by providing support and encouragement for their academic, professional, cultural, and personal development. We strive to provide a “family-like” support system made up of faculty, staff and student organizations that help students succeed.
Assist students who identify as Hispanic, Chicana/o, Mexican American, and Latina/o students in their academics, cultural, professional and personal pursuits through programs and services.
Assists the University in retention of Native American students through services and programs that support students’ cultural, academic, professional, and personal development. Offer programs to increase awareness and appreciation of American Indian culture on campus and in the community.
Provides support services for GLBT students and allies of the CSU community. The office initiates, coordinates and provides educational materials, programs and professional development opportunities for all Colorado State University students, faculty and staff members on GLBT issues to help enhance a campus environment that welcomes all students, faculty and staff. Also remove that the office provides counseling.
Provides services and programs with women as the focus. Serves all students — undergraduate and graduate, women and men, faculty and staff, and community members. Offers programs to expand awareness and interest levels of students, while creating conditions that allow both women and men students to share fully and equally in the many University opportunities and resources
Provides services and accommodations to ensure students with disabilities are afforded equal access to all University programs and activities for which a student is qualified to benefit or participate. Enrolled students with mobility, visual, hearing, and learning disabilities are qualified for support, as well as students with chronic health conditions.
Service and Leadership
SLICE offers a wide range of leadership workshops, alternative spring break trips, community service opportunities, and involvement activities throughout the year
Offers a range of services from searching for housing off campus, student events, to legal support with your lease.
Take Alternative Spring Break service trips to different part of the country!
Campus Step Up is an opportunity for students to expand their awareness of power, dominance and privilege through identity exploration.
The Key Communities are learning communities for first year, second year, and continuing students designed to honor the identities and strengths of each student to foster students transition to and through the University. The Key Communities are one of the most diverse communities on campus, with many of the students identifying as a student of color and/or first generation to college, who are committed to creating and nurturing inclusive environments that welcome, value and affirm the diverse identities of our students.
The purpose of RHA is to improve the residential experience of each on-campus student through advocating for their voices, providing opportunities for leadership development and personal growth, and building a community in which all of the Residents can feel at home.
Receive guidance on internships, interviewing, resumes, and post-grad opportunities.
Offers services in career awareness, continuing education support, and financial aid services.
Advising services dedicated specifically to those interested in pursuing a career in health services
Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialogue (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.
Rams Engaging in Active Leadership (The REAL Experience) seeks to prepare participants for leadership and service in their communities.