When we say CSU is a place where all are welcomed, valued, and affirmed, that comes with a responsibility to not ignore the painful parts of our reality.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus is novel, but pandemic threats to indigenous peoples are anything but new.
Fall 2020 semester will begin as already scheduled on Aug. 24, but the university will shift to remote, online classes following Fall Break. The last two weeks of classes and finals will be delivered virtually.
Students from Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation received several prestigious national and regional awards from professional media organizations during the 2019-20 school year.
We asked philosopher Holmes Rolston III, CSU’s longest-serving University Distinguished Professor, about his thoughts on the coronovirus pandemic.
Over the past eight years, CSU Cares has awarded $115,940 to approximately 80 recipients in emergency situations created by disasters like wildfires, floods and hurricanes.
Take an inside look at Colorado State University student Katelyn Bieker’s new normal working as a nurse trying to navigate this difficult time through the camera lens of CSU student Brooke Kjar.