There has been one bright spot in the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic: A nearly empty Colorado State University campus for the past three months has allowed construction projects to continue unobstructed.
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COVID-19 might have canceled or postponed school, but for 4-H youth, they have continued to learn valuable leadership and agricultural business skills.
Colorado State University experts say they have been preparing for the arrival on its campuses for a decade and have a plan in place to tackle the issue.
The annual CSU and City of Fort Collins drinking water quality reports are now available online.
Friday, May 15, will be the last day CSU Parking and Transportation Services (PTS) refund requests will be accepted for current campus parking permits (annual and semester permits).
Learn more about Grow & Give, a modern-day Victory Garden project designed to encourage Coloradans to grow vegetable gardens and plant extra to share with local food banks and community members in need.
To celebrate the 150th birthday of CSU and in recognition of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, 150 trees will be planted on the main campus.
Many Fort Collins bus routes will temporarily be eliminated and service will be limited due to COVID-19 and low ridership.
Parking and Transportation Services begins Food for Fines program. Parking citations are reduced with contribution to Rams Against Hunger.