The 2020-21 academic year is about to begin at Colorado State University, and it’s going to be like no other in the University’s 150-year history.
Daily Archives: August 20, 2020
Many students will be juggling hybrid, online and in-person classes, so it’s more important than ever for the CSU Libraries to provide a central location for students with plenty of space to spread out.
If we thought about every social media post as a tiny piece of building a society, then we might ask: Is what I am about to post going to make this a place where people want to live?
“Thoughtful planning, collaborations, and a tireless commitment from our community have taken place over the past several months to prepare for the fall semester.”
“Through the Libraries, every Ram in every major can discover something that causes a spark.”
Things might look and feel a little different, but the Lory Student Center is ready and waiting for students to return this fall.
As she stepped into the role of chief academic officer, Pedersen was already looking ahead at the possibilities and strengths that will carry CSU through the pandemic.
Like all other colleges and universities across the country, Colorado State has been working hard to prepare for these changes before the start of the Fall 2020 semester.
The division includes a standalone Office of Title IX Programs and Gender Equity, to emphasize the importance of the critical work that supports our students.
It’s more important than ever to work together to keep our Ram family and community healthy.