The Chabad of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University are hosting the annual Community Passover Seder at the Lory Student Center on Friday, April 15, at 7 p.m.
The event, open to the CSU and Northern Colorado communities, features a five-course Passover dinner, complete with a variety of wines and grape juice. It also includes jokes, skits and songs. Registration and more information is available at col.st/iwm0o.
Led in English, guests will enjoy an in-depth Hebrew/English Passover experience, with traditional songs, stories and mystical insights. No background or affiliation is necessary.
Affirming Religious Identity at CSU
CSU has a Religious Holiday & Observances policy for accommodating students without penalty when religious holidays and observances may conflict with scheduled academic events. The policy ensures that CSU maintains an environment inclusive and supportive of religious practice. Consideration of personal observance of religious holidays and expression is expected throughout the year, and applies to faculty and staff as well as students.
CSU also has a Faith, Belief and Religious Observances Calendar which depicts a wide diversity of holidays. The calendar serves as a resource to improve faith and belief-based literacy for our community about potential holidays celebrated by our students, faculty and staff.
Some students may not feel comfortable contacting faculty directly to request accommodations for faith or religious observances. The Vice President for Student Affairs Office has an online Religious Accommodation Request Form for students.