Employees of CSU receive an exclusive 20 percent discount on memberships by using corporate passcode CM16-CSU at checkout on www.dmns.org/join/memberships. Members enjoy free, unlimited admission year-round, special discounts, exclusive members-only after-hours events and exhibition previews, and more. Memberships are also reciprocal with the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery--one membership gets you admission to both. And Denver Museum of Nature & Science members receive free admission to more than 330 science centers and museums worldwide through the ASTC Passport Program. This is a great opportunity to visit other science and technology museums when traveling.
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Employee Study Privilege CSU faculty and staff are eligible to take nine free credits per year using their employee study privilege. These credits can be used for taking classes
- here on campus;
- at CSU-Pueblo;
- at University of Northern Colorado;
- through CSU Online, or
- through CSU-Global Campus.
Janet and Allan Eddy Scholarship
The Janet and Allan Eddy Scholarship was established to annually provide a $1,000 scholarship to eligible Colorado State University employees who have made sustained progress toward attaining an undergraduate degree from CSU.
Janet and Allan Eddy worked at Colorado State University over 30 years, in a number of offices including Enrollment Services, Human Resources, the Music Department, Hartshorn Health Center and the Alumni Office.
They have encouraged family and fellow workers to continue their education as a way to prepare themselves for both work and home. Both Janet and Allan hope this scholarship will provide both the incentive to continue pursuing a degree as well as some meaningful monetary assistance to the person chosen.
Recipient must be enrolled at that time to receive the funds.
- Colorado State University employee (30-40 hours per week) 9-month or 12-month;
- Eligible employees include state classified personnel or future equivalent;
- Demonstrate sustained progress toward a degree by registering for 3 to 9 credits per academic year (which may include the Colorado State study privilege) with the stated goal of attaining a degree from Colorado State University;
- Employees must be formally admitted to an undergraduate degree program in the College of Business or College of Engineering or in majors related to gerontology or the care of the elderly; and
- Individuals who have contributed to their particular departments and/or the University as a whole by serving in additional capacities.
- Copy of transcripts (unofficial copy is acceptable)
- Two letters of recommendation
- Short answers to questions relating to your academic goals, service to your employer and community.
Application form is available at http://www.studentaffairs.colostate.edu/eddy-scholarship
These opportunities include GED preparation and training, Chinese language classes, and training and development.
FamilySource (Employee Assistance Program) Need assistance planning a vacation, finding child care or purchasing a car? What about obtaining information on writing a will or caring for an elderly parent? The Employee Assistance Program at CSU is offering an exciting new benefit called FamilySource to help employees work out some of the more complex and time-consuming issues in their lives. FamilySource is a no-cost addition to ComPsych's GuidanceResources, an employee benefit program that also provides counseling, financial planning services, and legal advice, as well as a comprehensive website to provide guidance and resources on topics ranging from parenting a teenager to planning for emergencies. When you call ComPsych's GuidanceResources, a consultant will talk to you about your specific situation and connect you to a resource specialist who will begin to research alternative solutions to your questions. Within a few business days, you'll have a full report of practical information and affordable alternatives that can be delivered to you via e-mail, fax or second-day air. Employees and their family members can access this and other EAP resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (800) 497-9133 or logging in to GuidanceResources.com (first-time users create a login ID and password. When prompted, use agency ID "CSUEAP").
Employees are eligible for a variety of discounts including software, computers, moving services, fitness programs and more.
Emergency grants, hardship loans and discounted parking permits may be available for employees facing difficult situations.
Through its partnership with the university, Hewlett Packard is offering a discount on business class personal computing systems to faculty and staff. Business class systems are designed with rugged keyboards, 3D data protection, and to meet the demands of more rigorous use than an average consumer-class computer. Because the discount is an affinity program, 1 percent of each purchase is remitted to the university. Visit theAffinity Program discount webpage to take advantage of the discount.
Resources and Programs for employees including SafeWalk, campus tours, heart disease prevention program, nutrition services, ombuds / employee assistance program, nursing moms accommodations, parking permits for 30-year employees, RamCard, Ram Gear, the Ripple Effect, University Club, University Libraries, USA Today and veterinary care.
The CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital is participating in the Commitment to Campus by offering a 20 percent discount on veterinary services to CSU employees (also available to all state of Colorado employees). The discount applies to all veterinary services but does not apply to items from the pharmacy, central supply, or services provided by the CSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.