Campus Resources


The Principles of Community support the Colorado State University mission and vision of access, research, teaching, service and engagement. A collaborative and vibrant community is a foundation for learning, critical inquiry, and discovery. Therefore, each member of the CSU community has a responsibility to uphold these principles when engaging with one another and acting on behalf of the University.

  • Inclusion: We create and nurture inclusive environments and welcome, value and affirm all members of our community, including their various identities, skills, ideas, talents and contributions.
  • Integrity: We are accountable for our actions and will act ethically and honestly in all our interactions.
  • Respect: We honor the inherent dignity of all people within an environment where we are committed to freedom of expression, critical discourse, and the advancement of knowledge.
  • Service: We are responsible, individually and collectively, to give of our time, talents, and resources to promote the well-being of each other and the development of our local, regional, and global communities.
  • Social Justice: We have the right to be treated and the responsibility to treat others with fairness and equity, the duty to challenge prejudice, and to uphold the laws, policies and procedures that promote justice in all respects.

To learn more about how the Principles of Community were developed, click here


All gender restrooms are located throughout campus, including in residence halls, Morgan Library, academic buildings and more. Consult this map and click on ‘Inclusive Resources’ to see where each bathroom is located.

Colorado State has been increasing the number of all gender restrooms on campus. Learn more about the students who have been involved in these efforts here.


There are several designated Lactation Rooms at CSU. Use of these rooms is available for Faculty, Staff, and Students who do not have a private office or access to a private office or do not wish to use their office for expressing milk. To locate a lactation room, consult this map and select “Inclusive Resources” then “Lactation Rooms.”

Employees wishing to use a room should visit the lactation room and check the availability prior to their first express visit. Scheduling rooms varies by location. See list below.

Each room should remain open at all times unless in use. No formal key request is needed. Each Lactation Room has a table, comfortable chair, and a deadbolt that locks from the inside showing vacant or occupied on the exterior of the door. There are bulletin boards with a schedule available at each room. This board is to be used for communication between nursing mothers and the various women's support groups here on campus. Nursing Mothers are responsible for bringing their own equipment and cleaning up after each use.

Lactation directory and maps are as follows:

Please visit the Facilities Management website for more information on scheduling lactation rooms and accommodations for nursing mothers.

RAM KIDZ VILLAGE              

CSU’s Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS) office offers Ram Kidz Village in the Morgan Library, a drop-in, first-come-first-serve educational program available to all currently enrolled, Colorado State University student parents. Ram Kids Village provides for worry-free study time while children of student parents engage in supervised educational activities in a safe, positive learning environment.

Ram Kidz Village is operated by student staff and volunteers who have completed background checks. The cost is $15 per family per semester with a 2-hour limit per day. Parents are provided with a pager in case of child need and are required to stay in Morgan Library for the duration of childcare.

Ram Kidz Village is located in Morgan Library Room 201A.


Monday-Thursday, 4:00-8:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday, 1:00-4:00 PM

Closed Fridays

Children ages 1-11 years old may be a part of the Village. Registration forms must be turned in, along with the $15 fee, on the first day of use. Visit the ALVS website for more information!


Adult Learner and Veterans Services (ALVS) helps student parents acclimate to the campus climate and find success in reaching their goals. They offer one-on-one coaching to help student parents design a success plan, both academically and personally. Whether you are having difficulties or just want to be proactive, Success Coaching can help you make a plan for success at CSU and beyond.

Visit the ALVS website for more information or stop by their office in the Lory Student Center, Room 288, to make a coaching appointment!

WOMEN'S CLINIC               

The Women’s Clinic provides gynecologic exams and consultations for students and their spouses and domestic partners. The primary focus of the clinic includes well woman exams, provision of contraception, evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted illness and other related services. Counseling is provided for a multitude of health issues and concerns related to women’s health. The clinic is staffed by one family practice trained physician and three nurse practitioners, all of whom have worked for many years in women’s healthcare.

These services include:

  • Birth control: IUD implantation, Nexplanon implantation, Nuva Ring, oral contraception, diaphragm measuring
  • Plan-B (Morning-after pill) available at pharmacy
  • Pap Smears
  • Annual Well-Woman exams
  • Breast exams
  • STD/STI checks and treatment
  • Colposcopy (closely checking cervix, vagina, and vulva for signs of disease)
  • UTI walk-in exams and treatment
  • Liquid Nitrogen treatment for genital wart removal
  • Vaginal infection exams
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Preconception counseling
  • Post-abortion checks
  • Pre and post-abortion counseling

CSU Health Network offers phone or online scheduling. Visit CSU Health Network's website or call (970) 491-7121 for more information or to make an appointment.


Within the Medical Clinic, men can receive care by providers with expertise in men’s health. STI testing, as well as care for other men’s health issues, is provided in a safe and confidential setting.

These services include:

  • STD/STI testing and treatment
  • Testicular mass testing
  • Erectile Dysfunction testing and treatment
  • Annual Exams
  • Preconception counseling
  • Pre and post-abortion counseling
  • Liquid Nitrogen treatment for genital wart removal

CSU Health Network offers phone or online scheduling. Visit the CSU Health Network's website or call (970) 491-7121 for more information or to make an appointment.


CSU Health Network is committed to providing competent and comprehensive, gender affirmative care and resources for our transgender, gender non-conforming and gender-questioning students at Colorado State University. This commitment led to the creation of the Transgender Health Team, which consists of a professional and collaborative team of physicians, a nurse practitioner, psychiatrist, psychologist, other mental health care providers, the GLBTQQ2A director, and a student representative.

These services include:

  • Medical consultation
  • Initiation of hormone-therapy and ongoing care
  • Mental Health Consultations
  • Surgical Referrals
  • Individual Counseling Services
  • Support Group Counseling Services

CSU Health Network offers phone or online scheduling. Visit the CSU Health Network website or call (970) 491-5058 for more information or to make an appointment.

GROUPS & WORKSHOPS for MENTAL HEALTH                  

The CSU Health Network is proud to offer specialized groups and workshops to help you reach your mental health goals. Whether you want to learn to communicate more effectively, develop good study habits, or manage stress, there is a place for you.

If you are interested in participating in any CSU Health Network Groups and Workshops, please call Counseling Services at (970) 491-7121

For descriptions of available groups and workshops, click here.

These services include:

  • Body Positivity
  • Anxiety Groups and Workshops
  • Trauma Healing
  • Coming Out and Being Out Support
  • Gender Support for Men
  • Transgender and Gender Fluid Support
  • Family Dynamics
  • Anger Management
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Support

CSU Health Network also offers individual counseling. You may schedule an appointment online or by phone. Visit the Health Center CSU Health Network website or call (970) 491-7121 for more information or to make an appointment.


The Employee Assistance Program supports CSU employees in three ways:

On-Site Support

Assessment and referrals, management consultation, outreach to employees who may be struggling, and departmental support after impactful events or loss. Contact Lanai Greenhalgh, LSCW, at (970) 491-1527 or e-mail at

CARE Program

Connects and refers employees to community resources that provide health and social services through a comprehensive resources directory and hands-on guidance.

Personal, Legal, Financial Support

Counseling, legal advice, financial planning and work-life balance support is provided to CSU employees through ComPsych Guidance Resources® (CSU’s contracted provider for EAP services).


Need help navigating campus? This map can also be used to locate lactation facilities, all gender restrooms, free period products, reflection rooms, and ADA accessible pathways and parking.

SAFEWALK - (970) 491-1155

From dusk to dawn, CSUPD provides a safe escort from any point on campus to another campus location or anywhere within a three block radius.

Just call (970) 491-1155.

For more information, click here


Any member of the University community can make a report about a perceived bias-related incident. If you believe you have experienced bias or have witnessed bias firsthand, please click here to fill out a bias-related incident report.

If you are in an emergency situation please call 911.

If you believe you have been the victim of a crime, bias-related or otherwise, please contact CSU Police Department at 970-491-6425.

If you or someone you know is experiencing an emotional difficulty or mental health illness, please submit information through Tell Someone, or call 911 if that person is an immediate threat to themselves or others.



If you are concerned about a student or an employee’s mental health or safety, Tell Someone is a university resource that can connect that person with help, or address safety concerns. Immediate safety concerns should be reported to 911. Tell Someone.


The mobile food pantry will be returning to CSU for the 2017-2018 school year! Any CSU student/staff/faculty member with a valid CSU ID card is welcome to participate.  Just bring your ID and bags for transporting food and you can pick up to 50 pounds of food including fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, and nonperishable foods. 

Location: West University Avenue (in front of Hartshorn Building and near Intramural fields)
NOTE: this is a location change from last year due to construction

January 18, 2018 4-6pm
February 1, 2018 4-6pm
March 1, 2018 4-6pm
April 5, 2018, 4-6pm
May 3, 2018, 4-6pm

Please join us and spread the word. If you have questions, please contact Jen Johnson at or visit our website:


Support Group for Survivors of Interpersonal Violence 

A support group for survivors of sexual assault, child sexual abuse, relationship violence, and/or stalking. Space is created for students to process their experiences, discuss coping strategies, and learn more about how to manage the impact of trauma. There are no structured topics discussed each week, but themes do often arise during each group session. CSU students of any gender who identify as a survivor are welcome to attend after a brief consultation with one of our advocates.

This group meets on Friday afternoons from 3:30-4:45pm while the semester is in session. Contact for more information.

The Body & the Mind: A Group for Survivors of Interpersonal Trauma

 Trauma can be an overwhelming experience both emotionally and psychologically. When our minds cannot understand or process experiences, they often stay with us in our bodies. Yoga, breathwork, and mindfulness-based practices can provide treatment beyond talk therapy helping to alleviate the body’s experience of trauma. This is an 8-week group providing mindfulness skills, movement, and a space for survivors of interpersonal violence to explore the ways trauma manifests in the body. Participants will learn mindfulness techniques to work with anxiety, post-traumatic symptoms, and depression– observing experiences in the body, and noticing them as they change. Each week will include a short practice of yoga, meditation, and/or breathwork, as well as time for processing together as a group. Students of any gender and ability level are encouraged to join.

The group is free of charge, and will run for 8 weeks during the Spring 2018 semester, Wednesdays 12:00-1:30pm. Interested individuals can contact or for more information.

Secondary Survivors Workshop

This workshop is available for partners, family and friends of gender based violence survivors. In this workshop we’ll be covering topics from how trauma affects the brain to how you can best support your loved one to how vicarious trauma can impact support systems.

This is a 3 hour workshop that is offered on April 5th from 5-8PM. Please email if you are interested in more information or to be put on a list for our next workshop.