Student Support Services
ASCSU is your student government and it functions as a liaison between the administration, the city of Fort Collins, and the State of Colorado to advocate for student needs. Get Involved Today!
ALVS supports increased academic achievement and holistic development for all adult learners, including but not limited to veterans and student parents, resulting in graduation from Colorado State University (CSU) and sustainable personal and professional success.
Learn about Party Safe Strategies, Ram Ride, Party Registration, Campus Support, Alcohol and Drug Policies, and Emergency Contacts.
The Career Center takes a holistic approach to career and job search counseling and education, offering opportunities such as Major and Career Exploration, Job and Internship Search, Fairs/Events and more.
CASA’s purpose is to support student success through a continuum of services including Key Communities, Outreach, and support programs, Advising for undeclared students, and more.
The CSU Health Network offers a variety of medical services ranging from care for physical and mental needs to physical therapy, optometry and dental services.
Whether you are experiencing a situational problem, immediate crisis or have longstanding mental health concern, counseling services is here to help. Call 970-491-8051.
CSU Police Department(CSU PD)
CSU PD is available and focuses policing efforts on CSU’s Principles of Community. Contact CSU PD directly if you have safety concerns. (970) 491-6425 or for Emergency dial: 911.
Community Organization for those eager to learn about and share culture with Fort Collins community. Offers free conversational English classes, Women’s Club, International Friends Program, Global Ambassadors, Outdoor Program, and more!
Resources to help find off-campus housing and information on getting around Fort Collins, Lease Signing and Tips on Renting as an International Student.
For questions and concerns about bias, prejudice, discrimination, or harassment, contact OEO.
A directory of all Student Organizations/Clubs on CSU Campus. Search for your area of interest and join a club!
Provides information on: Academic Resources, Course Registration, Class Schedule, Earning your degree, Transfer Credit, Graduation, Enrollment Verification, and Transcripts.
RDS provides support and help for students with both permanent and temporary limitations and health conditions (physical and mental health).
Safe Walk program is available from dusk to dawn and provides a campus officer as a safe escort to another campus location or anywhere within a three-block radius. (970) 491-1155.
For help navigating difficult medical, mental health, behavioral, personal or family crisis, illness or injury situations, contact Case Management at 970-491-8051.
With a variety of leadership and community engagement programs SLICE provides an important link between students and their surrounding communities.
Free legal assistance to CSU students. Confidential, one-on-one consultations with experienced, licensed attorneys.
Conflict Resolution Services: help you find solutions through a neutral, voluntary, confidential and respectful process. Workshops: help students develop various skills and civic responsibility to support their success at CSU.
The Writing Center is a free service for all CSU students that offers both Face-to-face and online consultations.
Use “Tell Someone” to report concerns about someone else’s well-being or mental health, or if you feel you have experienced discrimination, racism or bias. Call 970-491-1350.
WGAC provides programs and resources focusing on all genders, social justice, and interpersonal violence prevention. They also provide advocacy and support for victims of sexual violence, stalking, sexual harassment and relationship violence.
Writing @ CSU provides resources for writers and teachers.
Offers Tutoring Programs, Study Groups, Academic Skills Workshops, Learning Resources, Study Spaces, and Faculty/Student connections.
Free tutoring for CSU students.
Learn study skills to help you succeed in your classes.
Provided for students who want to improve their understanding of material taught in certain courses.
Work one-on-one with a Learning Programs staff member who can help you make a plan for your successful semester, or just give you some tips on getting organized and studying effectively
Sign in with your CSU ID to see tutorials, search for private tutors, and find tutoring programs for your classes.
CSU offers online and face-to-face resources to help students prepare to take the GRE exam.