Starting May 18, two departments will be offering classes about our current pandemic.
Without access to the tools of the trade during COVID-19, CSU Dance students and faculty are coming up with new ways to dance, deliver curriculum, interact with students, and accomplish semester-end assignments.
CSU experts in economics, supply chains, agriculture, food systems, food safety, and health and nutrition are contributing fact-based insights at a fast pace to address issues that affect millions of people.
This is an unprecedented time for all of us and it will take collective action to ensure that our new virtual university environment is equitable for all staff, faculty, and students.
Colorado State University Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections is launching the COVID-19 Archive to capture and preserve personal stories from CSU students, faculty and staff.
Since we anticipate completing the semester of instruction for all our students, tuition and fee refunds are currently not being offered.
Many faculty across the country have been scrambling to move their courses online in recent weeks, in light of the coronavirus pandemic. And it’s been uncharted territory for instructors who have never taught an online class.
There’s a pandemic, and everyone but a few select family members now want you at home to work.
The university will be open – virtually. We will do our work by phone, email, Microsoft Teams or other online platforms unless the work must be performed in person.