In response to the needs of the University community, the Colorado State University Police Department and the Health Network are partnering with UCHealth to bring a co-responder mental health program to support CSUPD on calls.
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Off-Campus Life and Neighborhood Services in the City of Fort Collins are excited to bring back the annual Community Welcome, an event dedicated to educating students and their neighbors about university and city expectations and resources.
Nineteen essential CSU employees recently received the life-changing gift of an electric bike, providing them with reliable, affordable and consistent transportation.
Guidance is now available for faculty, staff and supervisors in strategies to return to in-person work or to create hybrid or remote work opportunities.
The second offering is being made available to help to address ongoing University budgetary and workforce challenges.
About 25 first responders from across the nation will spend a week at Canvas Stadium for emergency preparedness training.
The employees who receive the email, which includes instructions for obtaining a vaccination, have been identified through multiple sources including Human Resources, the registrar’s office and their unit’s leadership.
Colorado State University leaders have announced plans for screening students, faculty and staff for COVID-19 as the spring semester gets under way.
Since the start of the program a year ago, CSUPD has made more than 12 felony arrests directly connected to bike thefts on Main Campus.