CREWS is welcoming applicants for the 2014-2015 academic year.
The Inventory is a comprehensive catalog of projects, programs, events, seminars, grants, research projects, etc. – both new and historic -- related to the University’s broad concept of diversity and inclusion.
Colorado State University will host a distinguished foreign guest this week: An official from a young university in the African nation of Burundi will be on campus as part of an effort to encourage CSU faculty and students to join this emerging partnership between the two universities.
CSUPD is continuing to receive several reports about a phone scam that is using the university’s online directory information. For more information about the scam and how to report suspicious phone calls, visit http://safety.colostate.edu/.
The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) at CSU is offering a time management workshop for students at 4 p.m. Sept. 8 in TILT 221.
The clock is ticking to file a grade appeal. If you believe the grade you earned is different than the grade you received, stop by Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services to learn about the grade appeal process.
This semester, you can make your RamCard work even harder by turning it into a free public library card.
Through a collaboration between CSU Libraries and Poudre River Public Library District, Colorado State University students, faculty and staff can now add all the perks of a PRPLD library card to their existing RamCard. This gives the campus community access to free ebook, movie and music downloads and so much more.
Once activated through RamWeb, your super-charged RamCard can be used to take advantage of the public library’s notable collection of resources, including popular fiction and nonfiction ebooks, electronic magazines, videos and audio books.
“The PRPLD popular and recreational library resources complement the CSU Libraries' extensive research resources, including more than 150,000 academic ebooks, databases and scholarly journals,” said Pat Burns, vice president for IT and dean of Libraries. “We are happy to be able to provide access to titles frequently requested by the campus community while maintaining our focus on academic publications.”
This program is open to everyone with a RamCard, even if you already have a PRPLD card.
For more information about giving your RamCard a new superpower and instructions on how to opt-in to the public library card program, go to the CSU Libraries website.
Around the Horn, a new, free cross-campus shuttle, will start service on Monday, Aug. 18, with a limited schedule.
All students to receive Microsoft Office, other benefits
August 4, 2014
Thanks to support from The Associated Students of CSU and the University Technology Fee Advisory Board, all CSU students may download, install and use Microsoft Office, free of charge, throughout their time at Colorado State.Students: Don't buy Office! Colleges and departments at CSU have partnered with Microsoft to leverage their Office 365 Education web-based services for students, faculty, and staff. Additional student benefits of this software subscription service include a one terabyte (1TB) cloud drive, and the ability to install and use up to five copies of Microsoft Office on the computers and devices of their choosing: PCs, Macs, desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and more. Starting this fall, all undergraduate and graduate students at CSU are eligible. Here's what's included on up to five desktop/laptop computers (PC and/or Mac) per student: