The Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT)
- The Institute for Learning and Teaching advances research, promotes effective practices, and provides direct support to faculty and students to enhance learning, teaching, and student success
- The Office of the Provost coordinates the academic mission of the university, manages the academic experience for students, and implements policies and procedures related to faculty and administration.
Tutoring Resources need more description here.
Public Speaking Resources– There are public speaking classes at CSU and Front Range Community College as well as public speaking groups like Toast Masters.
- Provides face-to-faceand online consultations for writers in all disciplines working on all types of writing from traditional research papers to electronic texts such as websites and blogs.
- Provides medical, counseling (mental health) and health education and prevention services for CSU students to support student success and overall well-being.
- A student-run inclusive community that provides support for students on all paths and in all phases of recovery including substance use disorders, eating disorders, as well as process and other mental health disorders.
- CREWS is a diverse, trained peer education team who help fellow Rams make safer, healthier decisions about alcohol, sexual health and tobacco. CREWS provides highly interactive and fun events for campus groups, classes, and even football games.
Student Diversity Programs and Services
- SDPS serves to enhance, appreciate and support diversity and multi-culturalism as part of CSU’s mission as a land-grant institution of higher education through programs and services designed to support students in a variety of ways and provide opportunities to successfully participate in, and contribute to, the diverse campus environment.
Office of the Vice President for Diversity
- The Office of the Vice President for Diversity (VPD) fosters an inclusive environment that promotes and nurtures diversity, broadly defined, at Colorado State University.
- Colorado State University complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. CSU does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the areas of education, employment, and public accommodation.
- EAP strives to offer inclusive support to all employees at Colorado State University. The on-site EAP Coordinator offers assessment and referrals, management consultation, outreach to employees who may be struggling, and departmental support after impactful events or loss within a community.
- Tell Someone is a Colorado State University service where anyone can report concerns about a student or employee who may be struggling with issues such as mental health, stress management, and safety, as well as share concerns about threats of violence (against themselves or others).
- Assists, educates and supports CSU students and the Campus community through two processes: Conflict Resolution Services or Student Conduct Services.
- Student Case Management & Referral Coordination provides crisis prevention and intervention services. In difficult situations such as medical, mental health, behavioral, personal or family crisis, illness or injury, a student may find it difficult to navigate the resources and services available. Student Case Managers consult with students, faculty, staff, families, and providers to offer guidance on the next best steps.