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Lory Student Center Gift
The Charles A. Lory Student Center at Colorado State University is more than just a building - it`s a place for building community. More than 15,000 students come here each weekday to eat, shop, hang out, or study. As part of the Division of Student Affairs, they are committed to providing students with a facility and opportunities that foster the student life experience. The Lory Student Center is the hub of campus and offers a variety of programs and services to build community at Colorado State University.
Campus Activities is a great place to learn about the many exciting outside-the-classroom possibilities and volunteer opportunities available to you through the Lory Student Center and Campus Activities. These range from student government and concert promotion to community involvement and leadership development.
RamRide is a safe ride program modeled after the CARPOOL program at Texas A&M. RamRide provides safe, nonjudgemental rides for CSU students with the goal of improving safety of the Fort Collins community.
Curfman Art Exhibition Program
The Curfman Art Exhibition program and Gallery provides a showcase for the creations of nationally and internationally recognized artists; as well as the work of local and student artists. Throughout the year, diverse exhibits of varying media offer patrons an opportunity to interact with quality, stimulating, and progressive art.
Bill Neal President's Leadership Program Scholarship Endowment
The late William L. “Bill” Neal, was a man of great vision and impact who believed in the town and community of Fort Collins. He fervently devoted his energy, intellect, and unique resourcefulness as a dynamic and highly visible businessman active throughout Colorado. His memory will serve as a catalyst for great new adventures and endeavors, as his life work and undying passion live on in all those who knew him.
Keith M. Miser ASCSU Student Leader Scholarship Endowment
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Student Leadership, Involvement & Community Engagement (SLICE)
With a variety of leadership and community engagement programs, the Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement (SLiCE) office at Colorado State University provides an important link between students and their surrounding communities. SLiCE brings together student organizations, student leaders and student volunteers under one banner; making our campus a better community and a more involved place. Being involved in SLiCE programs allows students to enrich their academic and social experience at CSU.
President's Leadership Program
Established in 1989, Colorado State University`s President`s Leadership Program (PLP) has grown to a three year, fourteen credit comprehensive leadership development experience. There is a critical need for active, informed citizen leaders who practice ethical, inclusive leadership and embody positive humanitarian characteristics and CSU takes seriously the responsibility of preparing these students to navigate the diversity and globalization of our world.
Susan A. Aukamp Memorial Scholarship Endowment
The Susan A. Aukamp Memorial Scholarship was established by her husband, Ronald, to honor her love and dedication to family and education. As a bookstore employee at the University of Montana, Sue supported Ron through two degrees. She then provided for her children as they attended Colorado State University. The purpose of this fund is to provide a scholarship for a CSU Bookstore employee as he or she pursues a degree.
Resources for Adult Learners
The Resources for Adult Learners fund provides unrestricted funding to enhance or create programs, activities and services for non-traditional students. The fund is currently used to support textbook awards for adult learners; to purchase handbooks such as “How to Get Good Grades” and “Transitions: Preparing for College Mathematics”; to purchase promotional merchandise for adult learners and staff; to purchase merchandise for special events; and to purchase miscellaneous supplies for the office.
Asian/Pacific American Cultural Center
Asian/Pacific American Student Services exists to support the matriculation, retention, and graduation of Asian/Pacific American Students at Colorado State University through direct service to students as well as through educational and cultural campus-wide programs. Committed to a philosophy of multiculturalism, Asian/Pacific American Student Services creates and supports opportunities for interaction among university and community constituencies to enhance a campus environment that welcomes all students.
Black/African American Cultural Center
Black Student Services assists African American students with their transitions to Colorado State University and throughout their academic careers by providing support and encouragement for their academic, professional, cultural, and personal development. We strive to provide a family-like support system made up of faculty, staff and student organizations that help students succeed. The Office has as one of its foremost goals to enhance students’ knowledge of the culture, history, heritage and traditions that are unique to the African American experience.
The Career Center is a friendly, knowledgeable, and comprehensive career resource dedicated to outstanding customer service by providing collaborative, quality programs and services that connect students, faculty, alumni, and employers. We strive to empower students and alumni to attain satisfying careers through the development of individualized education and career paths. All of these services are free for current students and alumni within the first year following graduation.
El Centro Student Services
Mission Statement El Centro Student Services is committed and dedicated to providing support to all students. The office is actively involved with providing and promoting academic survival skills and educational enrichment programs and services that create an awareness and understanding of the Latina/o culture. El Centro works closely with several academic colleges to develop and enhance partnerships that promote and embrace the diversity that exist at Colorado State University. The office provides a warm and welcoming environment to all students and offers opportunities for a greater understanding of the importance of having a global perspective.
GLBTQQA Resource Center
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Student Services office is committed to providing support services, programs and a safe gathering space for GLBT people, other sexual minorities, and allies of the Colorado State University community. Reflecting a commitment to diversity through positive community building, these services include advising, counseling, referrals to other University and external support programs, student group advising, educational outreach programs, co-sponsorships, alumni development and support to those individuals who have reported discrimination, harassment, or intimidation.
For over 90 years, fraternities and sororities on our campus have forged a rich heritage of tradition, history, success and pride. This heritage benefits both our Fraternity and Sorority members and the broader university community.
Native American Cultural Center
The office of Native American Student Services (NASS) was established in 1978. Their mission is to ensure a successful educational experience for Native American students by providing advocacy and support services. The four primary advocacy and service areas include recruitment, retention, graduation and community outreach. The office embraces and encourages a supportive environment based on the traditions and cultures of Native American peoples.
The Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement Office offers CSU’s 300 plus clubs and organizations a place to get advice and resources on a number of topics while providing a number of services, resources, and facilities. It is the policy of Colorado State University to enable interested persons to form and join organizations to promote their common interests. Student organizations are those formed for specific educational, professional, social, recreational, or other purposes which derive the majority of their membership and all of their leadership from the student body.
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