Health and Wellness Benefits & Membership Discounts

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To promote employee health and wellness at CSU, Anthem is helping to cover the cost for CSU employees to participate in on-campus nutrition and fitness programs. CSU will pay up to 50 percent of an employee’s costs for several of the following programs:

  • The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center staff includes registered dietitians, certified lifestyle coaches, food allergy experts, trained mindfulness facilitators, and lactation specialists. C2C covers 40% of KRNC’s weight loss program, 40-100% of its diabetes programs and 50% of resting metabolic rate as well as individualized nutrition assessment and coaching on a variety of topics, including
    • cooking classes for groups in KRNC's professional kitchen,
    • diabetes,
    • digestive disorders,
    • sports nutrition,
    • food allergies, and more.
  • The Adult Fitness Program offers regular fitness assessments and a variety of exercise options with the goal of improving members' cardiovascular fitness, strength, and flexibility. CSU will pay for 50 percent of the price of an individual membership to this Health and Exercise Science Program.  Couples or family rates will get a $20 discount in place of the 50 percent for individual membership.
  • The Heart Disease Prevention Program  in the department of Health and Exercise Science is now covered as a part of CSU employees’ preventative care benefit (a $400 value). Contact: Tiffany Lipsey, MEd, at (970) 491-7035 or; or online.
  • The Noon Hour Faculty and Staff Fitness Program assist members in discovering healthier lifestyles through exercise by providing informed staff and a comprehensive facility. The Department of Health and Exercise Science is committed to discovering new knowledge on healthy lifestyles and disseminating that knowledge through academic and outreach programs. CSU will pay 50 percent of the price of membership to this program.
  • The Student Recreation Center offers all employees free, unrestricted access for one month — whatever month an employee chooses — to make full use of its cardio and weights facilities, climbing wall, classes, pool, and more. After that, CSU, with the support of Anthem, will pay 50 percent of the price of membership if the employee signs up to be a member.

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Hewlett Packard discount on business class personal computing systems

C2C image of Commitment to Campus Through its partnership with the university, Hewlett Packard is offering a discount on business class personal computing systems to faculty and staff. Business class systems are designed with rugged keyboards, 3D data protection, and to meet the demands of more rigorous use than an average consumer-class computer. Because the discount is an affinity program, 1 percent of each purchase is remitted to the university. Visit theAffinity Program discount webpage to take advantage of the discount.

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On-Campus Programs for Faculty and Staff

Resources and Programs for employees including SafeWalk, campus tours, heart disease prevention program, nutrition services, ombuds / employee assistance program, nursing moms accommodations, parking permits for 30-year employees, RamCard, Ram Gear, the Ripple Effect, University Club, University Libraries, USA Today and veterinary care.

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Childcare Options, After-School Programs, and Summer Camps for CSU Employees

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  • CSU Early Childhood Center: The CSU Early Childhood Center has been serving children and families in the Fort Collins community since 1929 and works in partnership with families to ensure a quality educational experience for children between the ages of 6 weeks to 6 years.CSU faculty, staff and students receive priority enrollment on a space available basis. The ECC functions as a lab school, so this program has the dual advantage of significantly improving the research, teaching and  learning opportunities for CSU students and faculty in diverse academic programs while enhancing the child-care options for campus parents.
  • Sunshine House at CSU: The independently owned and operated Sunshine House, located on Perennial Lane between CSU's main campus and the Vet Teaching hospital, offers programs to children 6 weeks to 12 years old. For more information, call (970) 491-2862. CSU employees enjoy a 10% discounted rate and priority enrollment when space is available.
  • Additional child care options: The State of Colorado offers state employees discounts from KinderCare Learning Centers/Knowledge Learning Corporation, ABC Child Development Centers, Little People's Landing, Kiddie Academy Child Care Learning Centers, Au Pair in America, Gateway Academy and Please contact each provider directly for discount information.
After School Camps The College of Health and Human Sciences' Youth Sport Camps program offers a camp that runs during the school year, at a reduced price, thanks to C2C. Youth sports camp counselor and camper Camps run from after-school through 6 p.m. on weekdays when schools are in session. Camps are held in and around the Moby facility. Curriculum is based on the FunLIFE camp model, and includes sports, campus exploration, crafts, swimming, yoga, and many additional activities. Transportation is provided for Bauder, Beattie, Bennett, Dunn, Harris and O'Dea Elementary schools only. Students from other schools are welcome to join the program, but should make their own transportation arrangements. Contact (970) 491-6318 or for more information. Youth Sports Camp
  • Our Youth Sports Camps, sponsored by the Department of Health and Exercise Science, offer more than 60 sessions during the summer. Take advantage of excellent programs, great value, and the convenience of having your children right here on campus.C2C provides a 15 percent tuition discount for the children of CSU employees. Simply email from your CSU email account and request the tuition discount form. Your 15 percent discount will be refunded to you at the end of the program. Youth Sports Camp Program Information.

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