Office Contacts

DepartmentLocationWeb AddressPhone (970)Services
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs201 Administration Buildinghttp://studentaffairs.colostate.edu/ 491-5312Coordinates programs and services to support students to be active learners, successful graduates, and engaged global citizens
Parent & Family Programs201 Administration Buildinghttp://parentsandfamily.colostate.edu/ 491-6680Provides programs and services to parents and families of current CSU students
Retention Coordinator231 Lory Student Center491-2827Provides academic coaching and support to students for Denver Scholarship Foundation
Student Affairs in Higher Education Graduate Program M.S.201 Administration Buildinghttp://www.sahe.colostate.edu/ Graduate Program for those seeking careers in student development at the higher education level
Academic Advancement Center117 Gibbonshttp://www.aac.colostate.edu/ 491-6129Provides services to help low-income, first-generation college students, foster your, and students with disabilities stay in college
Adult Learner & Veteran Services288 Lory Student Centerhttp://www.adultstudents.colostate.edu/ 491-3977Provides programs and services to adult learners, student parents, and student veterans with the goal to persist to graduation
Campus RecreationStudent Recreation Centerhttps://csurec.colostate.edu/  491-6359Provides a variety of wellness and healthy lifestyle opportunities in the following programs: Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, Fitness and Mind-Body classes, Massage Therapy, Outdoor Programs, and Challenge Ropes Course
Career Center120 Lory Student Centerhttps://career.colostate.edu/ 491-5707Supports students in reaching their career goals
Center for Advising & Student Achievementhttp://www.casa.colostate.edu/ 491-7095Provides a wide range of programs and services focused on transitions, advising, retention, and student success
Health Professions Advising140 TILT Buildinghttp://hp.casa.colostate.edu/ 491-7095Provides pre-professional advising to current students and alumni who are pursuing a career in any of the human or animal health professions
Learning Communities202 Aylesworth NEhttp://www.casa.colostate.edu/learning-communities/ 491-3658Key Academic Community, Key Service Community, Key Explore Community, Key Health Professions Community, Key Culture, Communication, and Sport Community, and Key Plus Community) are highly diverse first and second year learning communities designed to assist students with their transition to and through the university
Opportunity Scholars Programs121 TILT Buildinghttp://osp.casa.colostate.edu/ 491-7095Provide support to students with the following awards: First Generation, Puksta Scholars, Reisher Scholars, and Daniel’s Fund Scholars
Orientation & Transition Programs202 Aylesworth NEhttp://www.otp.colostate.edu/ 491-6011Provides programming and services designed to assist first-year, second-year, and transfer students with a successful transition at Colorado State University
Outreach & Support121 TILT Buildinghttp://oas.casa.colostate.edu/ 491-7095Provide increased access and support for struggling students, connecting them to appropriate campus resources and offices with the intention of helping them to remain in or regain good academic standing and ultimately to graduate from CSU
Undeclared Advising121 TILT Buildinghttp://www.undeclared.casa.colostate.edu/ Provide advising to undeclared exploring students
CSU Health Networkhttp://health.colostate.edu/ 491-7121
Counseling ServicesAylesworth Hall, NW Winghttp://health.colostate.edu/ 491-6053Promotes complete physical and mental health by providing quality health care and comprehensive health education to enhance all aspects of a student’s well-being
Health Education & Prevention Services1302 S. Shields St.http://health.colostate.edu/ 491-1702
Medical ServicesHartshorn Health Centerhttp://health.colostate.edu/ 491-7121
Specialty Counseling ServicesAylesworth Hall, NE Winghttp://health.colostate.edu/ 491-6493
Fraternity & Sorority Life142 Lory Student Centerhttp://fsl.colostate.edu/ 491-0966Programs and services for students in fraternities and sororities
Housing & Dining Serviceshttp://www.housing.colostate.edu/ 491-6511
Apartment Life208 Palmer Centerhttp://www.housing.colostate.edu/university-apartments 491-4743Provides a community environment that is both socially and academically enriching with single and family apartments
Conference & Event Services900 W Plum, Alpine Hallhttp://www.conferences.colostate.edu/ 491-6222Assists more than 100 programs each year ranging in size from under 10 to more than 7,000 participants
CSU Mountain Campushttp://www.mountaincampus.colostate.edu/ 491-4747
Dining Services108 Palmer Centerhttp://www.housing.colostate.edu/dining 491-4754Beautiful CSU Mountain Campus available for conferences, workshops, retreats, and team-building activities
RamCard Office271 Lory Student Centerhttp://housing.colostate.edu/ramcard 491-2344Produces identification cards and staff badges, manages vending contracts and services, and administers the RamCash program for the University
Residence Life111 Palmer Centerhttp://housing.colostate.edu/residence-halls 491-4719Includes 13 residence halls housing more than 5,000 students in safe and inclusive learning environments
Lory Student Center
Campus Activities130 Lory Student Centerhttp://lsc.colostate.edu/campus-activities/ 491-6626A great place to learn about the many exciting outside-the-classroom possibilities and volunteer opportunities available to students
CSU Bookstorehttp://lsc.colostate.edu/csu-bookstore-lory-student-center/ 491-6692Offers textbooks, school & art supplies, backpacks, CSU logo clothing and gifts
Dining Serviceshttp://lsc.colostate.edu/dining-at-the-lory-student-center/ 491-1055Provides eating and dining services. Flexible hours and variety lets everyone enjoy something they like
Ram Eventshttp://lsc.colostate.edu/ramevents/ 491-2727Student-led group that selects and brings comedians, performers, speakers, films, and other entertainment to campus
Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement210 Lory Student Centerhttp://lsc.colostate.edu/slice/ 491-1682Provides programs and services to student organizations, student leaders and student volunteers to enrich their academic and social experience at CSU
Student Organizations141 Lory Student Centerhttp://lsc.colostate.edu/slice/student-involvement/student-organizations/ 491-1682Provides programs and services to student organizations
Off-Campus Life274 Lory Student Centerhttp://ocl.colostate.edu/491-2248Supports students living in the Fort Collins community
Student-Athlete Support ServicesAnderson Academic Centerhttp://www.sass.colostate.edu/ 491-7126Help student-athletes become independent and self-reliant learners by providing support for all student-athletes from the time they arrive on campus for a recruiting visit until they graduate. The staff provides resources, experience, and knowledge empowering each student-athlete to reach his/her academic and personal potential.
Student Case Management & Referral Coordination501 W. Lake St, Suite B, Aggie Village, Walnut Hallhttp://studentcasemanagement.colostate.edu/ 491-8051Provides crisis prevention and intervention services to CSU students
Student Diversity Programs & Serviceshttp://studentdiversity.colostate.edu/
Asian/Pacific American Cultural Center333 Lory Student Centerhttp://www.apacc.colostate.edu/ 491-6154Support students in a variety of ways and provide opportunities to successfully participate in, and contribute to, the diverse campus environment. While each office listed may emphasize a specific segment of the student body, services and programs are available to benefit all students at CSU
Black/African American Cultural Center335 Lory Student Centerhttp://www.baacc.colostate.edu/ 491-5781
El Centro225 Lory Student Centerhttp://www.elcentro.colostate.edu/ 491-5722
Native American Cultural Center327 Lory Student Centerhttp://nacc.colostate.edu/ 491-1332
Pride Resource Center232 Lory Student Centerhttp://www.glbtrc.colostate.edu/ 491-4342
Resources for Disabled Students100 General Services/223 Lory Student Centerhttp://rds.colostate.edu/ 491-6385
Women & Gender Advocacy Center112 Student Services/234 Lory Student Centerhttp://www.wgac.colostate.edu/491-6384
Student Legal Services284 Lory Student Centerhttp://sls.colostate.edu/ 491-1482Provides legal assistance to students
Student Resolution Center501 W. Lake St, Suite A, Aggie Village, Walnut Hallhttps://resolutioncenter.colostate.edu/ 491-7165Provides mediations services and hold students accountable for policy violations
Support & Safety Assessment123 Student Services Buildinghttp://www.supportandsafety.colostate.edu/ 491-7407Promotes the health and safety of the campus community and fosters the health, well-being, and successful experience of community members