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Commencement Week: Interactive campus map to ceremonies, parking

Find out where to go and how to get there with the special Commencement layer of the interactive campus map.

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Bicycling culture on a roll on campus

Campus offers ideal environment for commuting on two wheels.

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Zombies, lights, & cold-weather biking, oh my! Bike classes for everyone

Rams have multiple opportunities to brush up on their bicycling safety skills this month.

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Pre-tax commuter transit benefits for employees

CSU is offering benefits-eligible employees a new way to save on commuting to work with a pre-tax commuter transit account, and Human Resources is kicking off a new green initiative this month to let employees go paperless for their W-2 and other payroll information.

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MOVE-IN 2015: Imagine a greater campus

Campus construction building up, not out, to create and preserve the unique CSU experience.

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Grant to CSU helps faculty, staff bike to work

Faculty and staff 50 years and older can get Back on the Bike, thanks to a Kaiser Permanente grant. The grant, awarded to Parking and Transportation Services, supports a program to help faculty and staff become more comfortable riding a Read More

City, CSU host West Elizabeth transportation focus group

The City of Fort Collins and CSU are hosting a focus group discussion about future alternative transportation on West Elizabeth Street. The discussion will help develop the vision for the West Elizabeth Enhanced Travel Corridor Plan. The focus group meeting

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Comment on new parking models

Parking and Transportation Services will present to various groups across campus on potential models for parking on campus to accommodate infrastructure changes. “This is a vibrant time for Colorado State University, and our new efforts to improve campus buildings and

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Bike to Work breakfasts on campus

Do you ride a bike to campus and enjoy free food? You’re in luck! Bike to breakfast is back at CSU and offers the first 300 cyclists free Chick-fil-A breakfast biscuits, Mugs coffee and a check from a bicycle mechanic. Read More