Get important parking and transportation updates for September 2020.
CSU has a long history of investigating infectious disease outbreaks and is known for research exploring the complex interplay of pathogens, disease vectors, and the ecosystems in which transmissions occur.
Creativity, expertise and professional connections deployed almost 900 stations around the CSU campuses.
When the fall semester got underway at Colorado State University on Aug. 24, about 64% of classes were taught either entirely face-to-face or in a hybrid model with some in-person instruction.
The Facilities Management team has worked with faculty members and members of the University’s COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness Team to heighten the indoor air quality in buildings on all campuses.
Fewer residents moving in at the same time since the schedule has been expanded, and there will be no closed streets, no detours, and plenty of accessible parking for unloading.
Vehicular access to the Library Parking Lot 425 and Hartshorn Parking Lot 412 will be detoured May 11-15.