CSU Health Network
If you are feeling unwell, speak to the Student Care Coordinator, who will help you make an appointment at the CSU Health Network. Basic services available include: optometry, dental, medical, gynecology, orthopedic, allergy and mental health. For more information about the CSU Health Network go to www.health.colostate.edu or call (970) 491-7121.
The CSU police Department (CSUPD) provides 24-hour services to the campus community. Officers and staff of the CSUPD provide crime prevention and safety-related programs and services, all with the goal of maintaining a safe and secure campus. Students can sign up for text and email alerts from the safety team. Non-emergency phone is (970) 491-6425. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, CALL 911
Campus Service Officers (CSOs) are students employed by the CSU Police Department. They are available to walk with you on campus or within a two-block radius of campus to ensure that you feel safe. CSOs receive training in a variety of safety and security related subjects and are in constant contact with the CSUPD’s Dispatch Center via two-way radio.
Lory Student Center
The Lory Student Center (LSC) is not just a building, it’s a place for building community. More than 15,000 people come here each weekday to eat, shop, hang out, or study. The Lory Student Center provides students with a facility and opportunities that foster the student life experience. It is the “heart” of campus and offers a variety of programs and services to build community at Colorado State University.
The Bookstore is located in the LSC, and carries all the books and materials required for classes, as well as a large selection of everyday reading books, CSU clothing, and gift items.
The LSC is also home to many other resources such as Campus Activities, SLiCE, Greek Life (Fraternities and Sororities), Diversity Services, RamCard, Campus Information and Box Office, RAMtech, First National Bank, James Salon and more!
Discover more about all that’s available at the Lory Student Center by visiting https://lsc.colostate.edu/.
Student Recreation Center
You have access to the Student Rec Center for free with your student ID (RamCard). The Rec Center offers group fitness classes, two floors of weight and cardio equipment, indoor cycling, yoga, massage therapy, personal training, pool facility with lap lanes, current channel, spa, sauna, steam room, rock climbing wall, indoor running track, volleyball, four basketball courts, exercise studios, a smoothie bar, and more.
Intercollegiate Athletic Events
Sports fans, students, and athletes enjoy being part of the Colorado State Ram community that enthusiastically supports the University’s many athletic teams. CSU is NCAA Division I and is a part of the Mountain West Conference. Access to all sporting events is free with your student ID (RamCard).
Office of International Programs
The Office of International Programs (OIP) coordinates services for international students and scholars during their stay in the United States. Cultural and educational programming, immigration services, and community outreach are provided.
Student Diversity Programs and Services
Student Diversity Programs and Services aims to enhance all students’ learning experiences by creating a sense of shared community, providing cultural education and leadership opportunities, and fostering efforts to promote social justice as members of a global society. Below is a selection of these programs and services:
- Asian/Pacific American Cultural Center
- Black/African American Cultural Center
- El Centro
- Native American Cultural Center
- GLBT Resource Center
- Resources for Disabled Students
- Women and Gender Advocacy Center
Parking & Transportation Services
Parking and Transportation Service connects students with a variety of transportation options on campus. The CSU campus is a pedestrian and bike friendly campus. Fewer than half of the students bring a car to campus, but 80% register a bike. Your CSU RamCard acts as a free bus pass to ride Transfort, the City of Fort Colling public transportation system. Limited parking is available on campus. Parking permits are required and can be purchased from Parking and Transportation Services.
CSU Morgan Library
Located in the center of the CSU campus, the Morgan Library is a great place to study and connect with your classmates. In addition to having 24-hours-a-day access to Web-based library catalogs, databases and full text resources, the library also provides study areas, presentation rooms, assistive technology facilities, and a variety of other services. Your CSU ID (RamCard) gives you access to all the CSU library facilities and services. The Cube is a new two-story glass study area at the north entrance to the library. It is open to students 24 hours a day and you can access it with your RamCard.
The many benefits of on-campus dining include: No cooking, washing dishes, or shopping for groceries! All-you-care-to-eat meals including fresh fruit and salad bard, pizza, pasta, Asian cuisine, custom made deli sandwiches and wraps, Halal foods, vegan and vegetarian options, and many other exciting, chef-created food choices! No need to carry cash – meal plans are on your RamCard (Student ID card).
INTO CSU students may charge some CSU services, such as CSU Parking Services or Morgan Library fines, or RAMtech purchases, to their student accounts. These are payable at the Cashier’s Office which is located on the first floor of the Business and Financial Services Office
Student Leadership, Involvement and Engagement (SLiCE)
With a variety of leadership and community engagement programs, the SLiCE office provides an important link between students and their surrounding communities. SLiCE brings together student organizations, student leaders and student volunteers under one banner, making our campus a better community and a more involved place. Being involved in SLiCE programs allows students to enrich their academic and social experience at CSU.
Student Legal Services
Experienced and licensed CSU attorneys offer free and confidential legal assistance to Pathway and Academic English students including help with criminal charges, accidents, and many other issues.
YourRamCard is your personal ID card on campus and is your ticket to just about everything at Colorado State University. New INTO CSU students will receive their RamCard during orientation.
The CSU Career Center is a valuable campus resource serving both undergraduate and graduate students. In addition to offering a wide variety of services and programs, each year the Career Center puts on an International Student Career Week filled with programming and events created specifically for international students.