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Two new benefits added to C2C

Two new benefits added to C2C

Commitment to Campus logoCSU faculty and staff now have two new health and wellness benefits available through Commitment to Campus: Advance Care Planning with the Larimer Health District, and discount passes to City of Fort Collins recreation facilities.

You can see all the C2C benefits at the website.

Advance care planning

Who would make your medical decisions if you were unable to speak for yourself? The Larimer Advance Care Planning Team can help any person, 18 years or older, to create advance directives that represent their own values and choices, at no cost. Guides offer one-on-one support in completing advance care plans by explaining treatment options, putting their choices in writing, and sharing them with family members and physicians.  Help is available to update and distribute existing plans.

Contact the ACP team at 970-492-1909 to schedule an appointment or visit the website for information and downloadable forms.

Discount recreation pass

CSU employees are now welcome to purchase 25-Admission Multiple Facility Passes or a Multiple Facility Admission Pass at the Corporate Pass Program rate at the following City of Fort Collins Recreation facilities:

  • Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC): 1801 Riverside Ave.
  • Mulberry Pool: 424 W. Mulberry St.
  • Northside Aztlan Community Center: 112 E. Willow St.
  • Senior Center: 1200 Raintree Drive
  • Foothills Activity Center: 241 E. Foothills Pkwy.

Employees may purchase passes at the discounted rates shown on the City’s websiteThere is no need to complete the application form, as C2C has already done this for all employees. Employees purchasing passes under this program must show their CSU Employee ID (RamCard) to verify their employment.

 

CSU External Relations Staff

CSU External Relations Staff


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