- Current Students
- Graduate Students
- Prospective Students
Permanent Disability Shuttle
The disability shuttle runs from 7:30am – 4:00pm Monday thru Friday & provides transportation for permanently disabled students to & from on-campus residence halls, parking areas & main campus buildings. There is a registration process on the Parking & Transportation Services website where students must apply for eligibility, but the service is free of charge.
On and Off-Campus resources for housing security open to CSU students, staff, and faculty
Student Support Services
Below are a selection of programs and services designed to support students in a variety of ways and provide opportunities to successfully participate in, and contribute to, the campus environment.
CSU Health Network
The CSU Health Network – Medical Services, Counseling Services and Health Education and Prevention – provides a wide range of health and well-being services.
If you are concerned about safety or mental health – your own or someone else’s, please call (970) 491-1350 or report at tellsomeone.colostate.edu.
Incidents of Bias
If you or someone you know experienced an incident of bias or prejudice towards an individual or group.
Student Complaint Form
Form for students who have been unable to satisfactorily resolve a complaint with the faculty, staff, students or others involved.
Accommodations for classes, campus housing, service animals, temporary disabilities, etc.
Campus and community resources for Basic Needs support, including food, housing, utilities, transportation, healthcare, childcare, etc.
Faith, Belief and/or Religious Accommodations
Request form for absences related to faith, belief and/or religious observances.
Dean’s Certificate & Disciplinary Clearances
Do you need to know your discipline history for an employment or an education application?
Rams Against Hunger
Rams Against Hunger offers a menu of services that support students, faculty and staff experiencing food insecurity including a campus food pantry, pocket pantries, meal swipe program, food recovery, rides to local resources, and assistance with SNAP.
Student Employment Opportunities
Visit The Career Center to learn more about paid student positions on campus, internships off campus, and search resources to help you create a resume, prepare for interviews and schedule career advising.
Through the Division of Student Affairs, invited students can apply for the Fields-Wolfe Memorial Scholarship.
For information on scholarships offered to students visit Student Financial Services.
Visit Fort Collins
Are you thinking about visiting Fort Collins? Fort Collins is a vibrant town full of local eateries, pubs, boutiques and many events and activities. With 300 days of sunshine, snow-capped mountains, idyllic lakes and clear-running rivers, it is hard to deny that people like to get outdoors here all year round. So, bring your sense of adventure, bring your thirst and appetite, bring your energy, bring your curiosity and, most of all, bring your smile. Welcome to Fort Collins.
Admissions Future Student Resources
Learn more about the admission requirements, what Fort Collins is like and much more from our Admissions website.