This is a busy week on campus, with students wrapping up classes, taking finals, and moving out of the residence halls.
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This year Housing and Dining Services will have a big presence during CSU’s Earth Month. Here’s a look at the coming events and how to get involved.
Leading up to the CSU Earth Day festival on April 20, there are many events taking place this year that give the campus community an opportunity to learn about and engage in sustainable activities and actions.
Food insecurity is a big deal on college campuses, with Colorado State University being no exception. Recent data collected in the RealCollege 2021 Institutional Report for CSU shows that 29% of our students face food insecurity.
The CSU Mountain Campus and Odell Brewing in Fort Collins have come together in partnership to celebrate the remote 1,600-acre campus through the creation of a fundraiser that supports various programs and activities hosted at the satellite campus.
As CSU begins a busy week of students arriving on campus, Housing & Dining Services is ready to welcome more than 8,000 residents who will be living in the residence halls and University apartments.
Even small gestures make a big difference, especially for the students who experienced COVID-related isolation and quarantine on campus.
Environmental Eats, a popular draw for students on campus, is one program that has remained viable in a face-to-face setting in the Corbett Hall Community Kitchen.
At all levels, from student staff through professional staff, a genuine desire to help students has kept the momentum going through the semester, and it has paid off in helping students remain on campus until Fall Break.
Just as restaurants and food retailers have had to adapt to pandemic guidelines with reduced seating, to-go menus, and extra cleaning, so have the CSU on-campus dining centers.