CSU has a new website designed to help educate the University community on personal pronouns in an effort to create a more inclusive and welcoming campus environment.
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CSU celebrated the new law, which adds to the foundation laid by the University community a decade ago through the Native American Legacy Award.
Now as the homecoming game nears, several traditions are back — including the firing of Comatose, which had an active September at two home football games.
Colorado State University’s annual drive — C.A.N.S. Around The Oval — is ramping up with activities and events in October.
In the past few years, CSU has been working to better serve student parents and caregivers, a group whose multiple and diverse identities sometimes get overlooked at colleges and universities across the country.
CSU students have the opportunity to complete a new module on RamWeb that focuses on diversity, inclusion and belonging.
Homecoming and Family Weekend — one of CSU’s most treasured traditions — is back with in-person events in October.
CSU is continuing its popular Public Health Ambassadors Program, designed to promote public health behaviors to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The seven offices that comprise Student Diversity Programs and Services at CSU are designed to support students in a variety of ways and provide opportunities for them to successfully participate as well as contribute to a diverse campus environment.