On a campus known for its lovely green canopy of trees, limbs strewn across campus are obvious impacts of this week’s late spring storm.
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The Board of Governors has approved changes to the permit fee structure for parking on campus, increasing some permit rates for students and employees, while supporting lower cost options in several select lots on campus.
With weather delays causing projects to be rescheduled, coupled with new projects, the week of May 22 will see several street projects along the east side of campus, limiting access to campus from College Avenue.
“A” Street and parking on the north side of the General Services Building will be closed for a crane to lift and place air handling units.
Parking and Transportation Services is again hosting lunch-time bike rides for women throughout the summer.
Road work and construction on campus have been minimized for commencement weekend, to allow parents, families and friends of graduates ease in commuting to and through campus. East Drive will temporarily open from Friday, May 12-Sunday, May 14, before closing …
The vast majority of Colorado State University students report that they feel safe on campus, and that the Colorado State University Police Department does an excellent job of maintaining safety.