We don’t yet know everything about the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, although CSU researchers are working hard to understand it. What we do know is that it spreads easily from person to person. Some say that college students cannot be expected to follow public health requirements designed to slow its spread. We believe our students can do it – and will. Rams take care, and do indeed have the power to make a positive impact.

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Support Services

Free COVID-19 Testing

CSU Health Network is every student for health and well-being. Students can access a wide range of medical, counseling, and other services that are provided in-person, by phone, or by secure videoconference. Remember that seeking help is a sign of strength and many resources are available to help you manage stress, minimize anxiety, and improve mental health.

SilverCloud offers confidential online programs for stress, anxiety and depression. 

The Student Disability Center accommodation specialists can help students with disabilities set up accommodations for courses.

YOU@CSU  connects students with campus resources and other online educational tools to increase CSU student success.

Keep Engaging resources help you stay connected, take care of your own well-being, and find assistance to help manage a variety of concerns.

Learning Resources

The Institute for Learning and Teaching helps students, faculty, and staff use research-based learning and teaching methods to support academic achievement, equity, and post-graduation success for all CSU students.

Keep Learning has curated study tips, resources, and information to help you keep learning as we all adapt to new circumstances.

Success Guide to Online Classes helps students discover online success strategies, improve academic performance, develop effective academic skills, and find resources.

Morgan Library is the heart of learning, teaching and research on campus. They have been carefully planning how to adapt our spaces and services so that we can continue to support learning, physically and virtually.

Upcoming Academic Dates

Student Resources related to COVID-19

RAMWeb – Check the ‘My Weekly Schedule’ for updates, room assignment (hybrid, in-person, or online) especially after fall break. 

Registrar’s Office – manages registration and transfer credit processes, schedules classes and maintains class lists, keeps permanent records of grades.

Financial Aid – works with students regarding the financial aspects of paying for tuition and student fees, applying for aid through grants, scholarships and loans.

Housing and Dining Services – follows public health guidance from Colorado and Larimer County and evolves as those recommendations change.

The Career Center supports and equips CSU students and alum to discover and pursue their goals.

International students and scholars COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

Parking and Transportation Services COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

CSU Rec Center can help you meet your health, wellness, and recreation goals.