As always, Rams take care of themselves and others. These resources will help you stay connected, take care of your own well-being, and find assistance to help manage a variety of concerns.

Announcements

Election and Civic Engagement Resources

2020 Election in Review – Debrief Panel on November 9 from 7:00-8:00p.m.

Post-Election, COVID, and Fall Break Strategies to Stay Connected – Zoom Session on November 10 from 5:30-6:30p.m.

Daily Symptom Checker

COVID Resources for students (academics, testing, resources)

DoSomething.colostate.edu – opportunities to get involved

YOU@CSU

YOU@CSU, your online 24/7 student success tool, has added 50+ COVID-19 related resources to help students adapt to an ever-changing world while physical-distancing and learning online. New content is added regularly to explore other timely topics like finding your voice amidst social injustices, preparing for election stress and how to support your mental health during these difficult times.

CSU Student Specific Resources and Services

Health and Well-Being

Campus Recreation is open and you can check the website for at home and YouTube workouts, meditation, mindfulness and yoga videos, and more.

CSU Health Network continues to provide a wide range of health and well-being services, both in-person and by phone and secure videoconference. Available services include primary care, pharmacy, counseling, psychiatry, physical therapy, women’s care, transgender care, spiritual care, tobacco cessation and others.

Many of us are facing challenges and uncertainty related to the pandemic, racial injustice, economic instability and political unrest. Now more than ever, we must recognize that seeking help is a sign of strength.  CSU Health Network provides numerous resources, including SilverCloud Health online modules and coaching support, Multicultural Counseling Services, groups and workshops and more, to help students learn how to improve their mental health, manage stress and minimize anxiety.

As the situation around COVID-19 unfolds, there can be a wide range of thoughts, feelings and reactions. The CSU Health Network’s Managing Fears and Anxiety around COVID-19 provides helpful information and resources.

CSU Health Network Counseling Services are available to support students experiencing grief, loss and other impacts of COVID-19. All appointments are provided by phone or secure videoconference.

Always call (970) 491-7121 before coming to the CSU Health and Medical Center. Walk-in services are not currently available, but same-day appointments are offered.

If you are concerned about safety or mental health – your own or someone else’s, please call (970) 491-1350 or complete the online referral form at tellsomeone.colostate.edu

Student Diversity Programs and Services

APACC office hours for Fall 2020 (subject to change):

  • Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. by appointment
  • Monday – Thursday open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Friday virtual services from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Visit apacc.colostate.edu for details on services, programs, and resources.

B/AACC fall 2020 hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Friday: open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Visit baacc.colostate.edu for more information on programs, events, and resources. 

Grounded in radical self and community care, El Centro and the Pride Resource Center are combining efforts for the Fall 2020 semester to provide collective support to our communities.

In-person drop in hours:

  • Mondays at El Centro: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Tuesday at Pride: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Wednesday at Pride: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Services will be available virtually Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. via elcentro_staff@mail.colostate.edu, web chat at elcentro.colostate.edu or by phone at (970) 491-5722.

Grounded in radical self and community care, El Centro and the Pride Resource Center are combining efforts for the Fall 2020 semester to provide collective support to our communities.

In-person drop in hours:

  • Mondays at El Centro: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Tuesday at Pride: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Wednesday at Pride: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Services will be available virtually Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. via email at glbt_studentservices@colostate.edu or web chat at pride resourcecenter.colostate.edu

NACC hours for fall 2020:

  • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: in-person services from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Friday: virtual services from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Visit nacc.colostate.edu for information about programs, scholarships, and events.

SDC fall hours:

  • Monday – Friday: in-person services 7:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Alternative Testing Center:

  • Monday – Thursday: in-person services 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Friday: in-person services 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Visit disabilitycenter.colostate.edu for more information on accommodations and resources.

WGAC will be offering virtual services this fall with in-person appointments related to victim advocacy in our main office (112 Student Services Building).

Please call ahead to (970) 491-6384 to make an appointment or email wgac@colostate.edu.

The Victim Assistance Team hotline will operate 24/7 as usual at (970) 491-4242.

The LSC satellite office will be closed this fall.

Student Resources

Advising appointments, seminars, workshops, tutoring, and supplemental academic instruction services can be accessed Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. via webchat at aac.colostate.edu, email at Timothy.Kefalas@colostate.edu, and phone at (970) 491-6129. Students can also schedule an appointment with advisors via Navigate.  

The Access Center

The Access Center’s Fall Semester 2020 plan is to continue remotely and continue to provide exceptional service.  The Access Center can be reached in the following ways:

General Contact Information

  • Email: AccessCenter@colostate.edu
  • Phone: 970-491-6473
  • Hours for all programs: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Virtual Meeting Management: Zoom or Teams

Contact Information by Unit

Office of Admissions

The Office of Admissions will not host visitors (prospective students/families) or events on campus for the Fall 2020 Semester.  This pause in visitors applies to Daily Information Sessions (both freshmen and transfer), campus tours, and all on-campus events (like Explore CSU and Choose CSU.) 

In place of campus visits the Admissions team will continue to support prospective students and their families Services will include: 

  • Webinars – combined Freshmen and Transfer Info Sessions, Virtual Campus Tours, special presentations (like the Weekly Webinar Series.) 
  • Virtual Visit Programs (large visit programs) 
  • Online High School Visits and College Fairs 
  • Phone Appointments 
  • Video Appointments 
  • Online chat 
  • Text 
  • Email 

For detailed information please visit the Office of Admissions’ Homepage. https://admissions.colostate.edu/

ALVS will offer virtual services Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Our phone (970) 491-3977 and live chat feature on our website at https://alvs.colostate.edu/ will be staffed during these hours.
  • Reach out to Acting Director, Lisa Chandler at lisa.chandler@colosate.edu
  • Students can schedule to meet with a staff member in-person, virtually, or by phone by completing the Meeting Request Form on the website.

The ALVS Office will be open for in-person services on Mondays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for limited services such as:

  • Distribution of calculators
  • Distribution of iClickers
  • Questions for ALVS staff
  • Questions for Veterans Education Benefits Office (VEBO) staff
  • Crisis Support
  • Limited printing capacity

Visit our website at alvs.colostate.edu for more information about services. 

Our Peer Advising team is still here to help, answer questions, and build community.  On our website will be a form will you request to be connected with a Peer Advisor.  Our Tutoring Program will be available in the fall as usual.  Tutoring request can be made through our website by filling out the Tutoring Request Form on the main page.  We generally have tutors available for most of the basic science and math classes.  If we don’t currently have a tutor for you particular class, we will work on finding one for you.  Another form added to our main page will allow you to sign up for our ALVS Newsletter to stay informed and find out about opportunities for our ALVS community. 

Career Center services are more convenient than ever! All of our services and events are available virtually, including career education and connection to employers, as well as jobs and internship postings. Visit career.colostate.edu to learn more or to chat with a team member. 

This link provides the most up to date information about the Collaborative for Student Achievement Services.

The CSU Bookstore is working hard to ensure students have the course materials they need to succeed. 

Office of Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid’s Fall Semester 2020 plan is to continue remotely and continue to provide exceptional customer service.  The Office of Financial Aid can be reached in the following ways:

  • Phone Queue:  The OFA phone queue is currently open and will continue to be open for callers between the hours of 10:00AM and 4:00PM.  Callers who enter the queue prior to 4:00PM will continue to be worked until the queue is empty. 
  • Email:  Through September 11th, expanded staff time dedicated to email response is provided with the goal to maintain a <5 business day response time.  Automatic replies detail current response times to customers and provide directory information for self-service.  Staff will monitor inbox to address urgent needs or concerns. 
  • Face-to-Face (Virtual) Counseling:  The OFA homepage will be updated regularly directing customers for how to access services.  Zoom-based meetings will take place, on a “walk-in” basis for customers to meet with Financial Aid Counselors. 
  • Visitors may enter the Zoom Lobby between 9:00AM – 11:00AM and from 2:00PM-4:00PM. 
  • Individuals without access to smartphone/computer will be able to call for one on one support.   
  • Form Submission: Students can securely upload their documentation, electronically, from the OFA homepage.  Mail and fax are also options for financial aid forms. 
  • Scholarship Check Submission:  Information on how to submit scholarship checks is located directly on the OFA homepage. 

For detailed information please visit the Office of Financial Aid’s Homepage www.financialaid.colostate.edu

Financial Aid’s COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions provides information regarding tuition and fees, payments, parking permits, course withdraw and other concerns that are related to and may impact your financial aid.

International Student & Scholar Services Advising

  • Remote advising will be available 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.; 1 to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
  • During the week of August 17-21 for international student orientation, in-person advising will be available by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
  • Starting August 24 for the Fall 2020 semester, in-person advising will be available by appointment only on Mondays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and on Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m.

You will be able to find more information on our website: international.colostate.edu/isss.

Education Abroad Advising

  • Remote advising will be available 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.; 1 to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
  • Starting August 24 for the Fall 2020 semester, in-person advising will be available by appointment only on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m.

Until further notice, there will be remote-only appointments for Peace Corps and Education Abroad financial aid advising. You will be able to find more information on our website: international.colostate.edu/educationabroad.

COVID-19 frequently asked questions for international students

COVID-19 resources for international students

The Off-Campus Life staff will start the fall 2020 semester working remotely. Off-Campus Life staff are available Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. via phone, chat, email, and for drop-in virtual meetings. You can also request a virtual, phone, or in-person meeting. Please access these contact options on our homepage.

For help finding off-campus housing 24/7 check out RentalSearch, our Apartment Complex List, our Property Management List, information about affordable housing, information about Roommate Round Ups, options for short-term/temporary housing, and properties that have been zoned for extra occupancy. You can also read through our Student Handbook for more information about living off campus.

Apply here for food delivery from the Mobile Food Pantry through RamRide Food Ops.

The OFSL will be open starting August 17 on Mondays from 8am-5pm. Students will be able to access their mail, drop in to inquire about fraternity and sorority involvement, and connect with a staff person regarding questions and needs in person on these days. Staff will be available every day during business hours by phone, email, and chat to address questions form all constituents and serve students. Generally, all student group and advising meetings will take place virtually, regardless of the day they occur.

Office of the Registrar

The Office the Registrar’s Fall Semester 2020 plan is to continue remotely and continue to provide exceptional customer service.  The Office of the Registrar can be reached in the following ways:

  • Phone Queue: The phone queue is currently open between the hours of 9:00AM and 5:00PM Monday-Friday.
  • Live Chat: Available on all individual RO website pages as well as RAMweb.
  • Email: Contacting us via phone/live chat will provide the customer with faster service. However, you may also reach out to us via email. We are generally able to respond within 1 to 2 business days.
  • Form drop off: Most common forms can be uploaded via the website. In addition, forms may be dropped off in person at the secure drop box located near the front doors of Centennial Hall.
  • One-on-One consultation will be available by drop-in requests via a zoom meeting.
    • Individuals without access to smartphone/computer will be able to call for one on one support.
  • The Veterans Education Benefits team will have remote physical presence within the ALVS office (LSC) on Mondays from 10:00AM-2:00PM. The VEBO team will also participate in open Zoom meetings that ALVS will host on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00AM-12:00PM. Click here for more information https://alvs.colostate.edu/.
  • Returned diploma pick-up: Degree staff will schedule time blocks throughout the week for curbside pickup. Students will need to call to notify degree team when they arrive. ID will be verified through glass, social distance hand off will be coordinated. Time blocks will be published on RO website.

For detailed information please visit the Office of the Registrar’s Homepage. https://registrar.colostate.edu/

Student Case Management can help if you are having health concerns that are affecting your coursework and need extensions on assignments or other short-term accommodations. 

Student Legal Services attorneys will be working remotely through fall semester Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., providing confidential advising appointments by phone at (970) 491-1482 and video conferencing. 

If there are special circumstances warranting an in-person appointment, that can be provided. Please request a video or in-person appointment using the request form at the SLS website: https://sls.colostate.edu/.

The website also has information on common legal issues faced by students (e.g. landlord-tenant, police contacts, immigration, business, and many others).

Fall Virtual Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: (970-491-1682)
Email: slice_reception@mail.colostate.edu

Fall In-Person Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday 
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Visit LSC COVID website for details on specific programs and events

Keep Learning has updated tutoring information for CSU students to help with online courses.

Conflict Resolution Services helps students resolve disputes, manage interpersonal/organizational challenges and navigate University policies and procedures.  All the following services are available virtually:

  • Conflict Coaching – Having difficulties with a roommate, professor, advisor, or peer? Receive one-on-one coaching to get clarity, explore options, and develop solutions.
  • Social Justice Mediation – Looking for assistance in having a difficult conversation?  Mediators can help facilitate a constructive conversation between individuals in conflict.  
  • Conflict Dynamics Profile – An assessment that reveals your constructive behaviors, destructive behaviors, and hot buttons in conflict. 
  • Appeal Assistance – Staff can explain various appeal process (grades, registration, conduct) and help you craft effective written appeal. 
  • Restorative Justice Practices – A means of addressing harmful behaviors that promotes understanding, repair, and closure. 
  • Webinar Trainings – Staff offer interactive skill-building trainings customized to fit group or team needs.

Staff will be available Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. via phone, email, video conference, and web chat. For more information or to request an appointment, please contact us:

Student Conduct Services is responsible for the administration of the Student Conduct Code. The Student Conduct Code defines University intervention, resolution options and possible disciplinary action related to the behavior of both individual students and student organizations. The Student Conduct Code applies to behavior that occurs on University premises and at University-sponsored programs and activities. It also applies to off-campus behavior that adversely affects the University community’s health, safety or welfare, poses a threat to persons or property.

Staff will be available Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. via phone, email, video conference, and web chat. For more information or to request an appointment, please contact us:

Basic Needs and Public Assistance

Community Resources

CSU Student Resources

Rams Against Hunger – Resources for CSU Students and Community

Rams Against Hunger (RAH) Program Overview

Operating from The Office of Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement (SLiCE), Rams Against Hunger offers a menu of services that support students, faculty and staff experiencing food insecurity. Services include a food pantry, a meal-swipe program, pocket pantries, and in-person assistance with navigating federal aid eligibility.  This multi-pronged approach acknowledges the broad scope of the issue and seeks to normalize this difficult conversation for the individuals affected, as well as for the institution as a whole.  Our hope in providing these services is to ensure that basic needs need not be overlooked at the expense of a degree.  By reducing the stigma around food insecurity and meeting student, staff and faculty needs in a way that affirms dignity, we hope to live out the creed that Rams really do take care of Rams.

Rams Against Hunger Food Pantry
 
Fall hours of operation:

  • Monday: CLOSED
  • Tuesday: CLOSED
  • Wednesdays: 4:00 – 7:00 pm
  • Thursdays: 4:00 7:00 pm
  • Fridays: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

All members of our community (students, staff and faculty) may access the RAH Food Pantry through the lobby of the Lory Student Centre Theatre.  Please bring your CSU ID card. We ask that all visitors work with us to maintain social distancing guidelines and health protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

RAH Pocket Pantries

SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Outreach representatives are available to assist with on-site SNAP applications!

Rams Against Hunger also will continue to offer a limited selection of food items to all members of the Ram community at the following Pocket Pantry locations:

    • Lory Student Center- level 200 – ASCSU Plaza-side entrance
      Please “swipe” your CSU ID to enter the Pocket Pantry doors
    • University Housing – Aggie Village Family Apartments
      Aggie Village Family Center – 501 West Prospect St, Building 24
    • University Housing – University Village Center Apartments
      1600 West Plum, Building 24.

Rams Against Hunger Meal Swipe Program
This program allows eligible students to apply for 60 meal swipes, which can be utilized at any CSU dining hall.  

 How it works

  • Students apply for dining hall meals via the application on this website.
  • Applications are evaluated by Student Financial Services (eligibility for the program is outlined below in the “eligibility” section).
  • Applicants will be notified of their selection by the Rams Against Hunger Coordinator. Applications are accepted year-round and are accommodated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Selected applicants will receive up to 60 meals per semester on their RamCard. If an applicant applies mid semester, the number of meals they receive will be pro-rated. These meals are loaded electronically onto the recipient’s card. Recipients will be notified via email when their card has been loaded with meals and is ready to use in the residence hall dining centers.
  • Recipients can swipe their RamCard at any CSU dining hall. Hours and locations of CSU dining centers can be found here.
  • Recipients may reapply each semester.

Who is eligible

  • Undergraduate students enrolled at Colorado State University and registered for 6 or more credits

Criteria

  • Must have a valid RamCard (can be obtained at RamCard Office).
  • Have an Expected Family Contribution of 10,000 or less based on Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or CSU ASSET Bill Institutional Aid Application.
  • Must not currently have a meal plan at CSU Residential Dining Centers.
  • Priority will be given to students who have not received support from Rams Against Hunger previously.

For more information, email the Rams Against Hunger Coordinator or call 970-219-7165

Need Money for Groceries? SNAP might be able to Help!

What is SNAP?

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, can help eligible low-income families and individuals stretch their food budget!  SNAP provides monthly supplemental income for food purchases for about 1 in 10 Coloradoans, including hard-working families, children, students, seniors, veterans and those who are disabled.

SNAP is a federal entitlement program, which means that granting one individual benefits will not take away from others who are eligible.  If you and your family are in need, consider applying!

We are here to answer your question and help you navigate the benefit process.  This service is available to CSU students, faculty and staff!

We are here to answer your question and help you navigate the benefit process. This service is available to CSU students, faculty and staff!

For more information, check out our SNAP page! Or contact SNAP4Rams@colostate.edu or call us at (970) 491-8051. You can also choose provide us with a bit of basic information and we will reach out to you directly regarding your case!

Student Eligibility Guidelines

You might qualify for SNAP if you meet any of the following criteria:

    • Work 80 hours/month or participate in work-study (or experienced loss of income due to COVID-19)
    • Are a Parent or Caregiver
    • Receive TANF Benefits
    • Have a Disability that Makes Working Challenging
    • Participate in a Workforce Development Program

Colorado State University is available to help you apply for SNAP remotely!  For more information and to complete an eligibility screening and application, contact Help4Rams@colostate.edu.  Or you can call us at (970) 491-8051.  We are here to answer your question and help you navigate the benefit process.”

  • Apartments
    1500, 1600, 1700 West Plum

Larimer & Weld Counties

State of Colorado Resources

Hunger Free Colorado’s COVID-19 resources:

  • Food resource line
  • School meals
  • Food pantry locations
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Food Bank of the Rockies offers COVID-19 Plans and Procedures.

Colorado Department of Human Services Food Assistance Programs

Food Distribution Household Programs offers the Emergency Food Assistance Program and Commodity and Supplemental Food Program. Also, see the COVID-19 FAQ resource managed by the Department of Human Services.

SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) – Colorado State University is offering students an opportunity to navigate the SNAP benefits process thru the PEAK Application. For more information, check out our SNAP page! Or contact Help4Rams@colostate.edu or call us at (970) 491-8051.  You can also choose provide us with a bit of basic information and we will reach out to you directly regarding your case!

 

Colorado

Coloradoans who have recently experienced a job loss or loss of income, might qualify for a 60-day Special Enrollment period with Connect for Health Colorado, which will allow you to sign up for a new health insurance plan or to change your current plan. Visit the When Can I Sign Up to learn more.

Community Health Resources

CSU Students 

For CSU students who have lost coverage in the past 30 days and are interested in enrolling in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP), please email csuhn_insurance@colostate.edu.

Out of State

If you are currently living outside of Colorado, please check your state healthcare website or visit healthcare.gov to enroll in new insurance.

State of Colorado

Larimer County

CARES Act

This bill (H.R.748) became law on March 26. National Public Radio presents a look at the details of the bill: “What’s Inside The Senate’s $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package

The IRS Economic Impact Payment Information Center offers information regarding stimulus check eligibility and Get My Payment FAQs.

  • College students claimed by on their parent’s tax return or those under the age of 24 with parents that pay for at least half their expenses
  • Those without legal permanent residency; including those ineligible for a Social Security number, but paying taxes using an individual taxpayer identification number.
  • Support and Resources for Undocumented Students
  • Individuals who have not filed a 2018 or 2019 tax return

CARES Act Emergency Grant Application – Access via RAMweb

U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid –Coronavirus and Forbearance Info for Students, Borrowers, and Parents

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

This bill (H.R.6201) became law on March 18 and provides sick leave and the expansion of benefit programs. Temple University’s Hope Center presents a look at “The #RealCollege Student Implications of The Families First Coronavirus Response Act.”

U.S. Department of Labor: Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employee Paid Leave Rights

Forgivable Small Business Administration Loans

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources (SBA)

City of Fort Collins Social Sustainability – Discounts Programs, Rebates and Services.  Take an Income-Qualifying Eligibility Quiz here. 

If you need assistance with your utilities, see Colorado PEAK’s LEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program) and, if you live in Fort Collins, City of Fort Collins Utility Assistance Programs. 

The City of Fort Collins offers the opportunity to apply for a variety of, including:

State of Colorado resources for non-payment of utility bills

Salvation Army – utility assistance programs

CSU Academic Computing & Networking Services

  • Internet and wireless service provider responses
  • Computer and laptop access with CSU Libraries

Comcast Announces Comprehensive COVID-19 Response to Help Keep Americans Connected to the Internet – If you do not have internet in your home, you may qualify for Comcast’s Internet Essentials Program.

Spectrum Internet Assist – offers free internet for low-income qualifying households.

State of Colorado

Larimer and Weld Counties Shelters, Meals, and Warming Centers

Further Housing Resources

Contact University Housing anytime at housing@colostate.edu. Or call (970) 491-4719 Monday, Wednesday or Friday. 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. & 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline resources

  • Call Hotline Number: 1-800-799-7233
  • Text Hotline Number: 1-800-787-3224
  • Chat Online

Crossroads Safehouse offers services to survivors of abuse

CSU Student Resources

Pride Resource Center – Available remotely for Colorado State students.  Please visit their Colorado Community Resource Page.

Women and Gender Advocacy Center continues to offer confidential victim advocacy and educational programming. They are hosting virtual office hours and online events, as well as answering phones.

Staff are producing COVID related interpersonal violence podcast episodes.

Colorado Office of Early Childhood

CSU CARE program Childcare Resource List

CSU’s Adult Learner and Veterans Services student parent resources

La Familia/The Family Center – Offering programs in Early Care and Education, Healthy Living, Family Strengthening, Adult Education and Resource and Referral.  Emphasis on serving the Latinx/Spanish speaking population. 

Poudre School District’s Community Resources for Parents

House of Neighborly Service details related to COVID-19 response can be found on their facebook page

Loveland Rotary Kid’s Pack details related to COVID-19 response can be found on their facebook page 

National Association of School Psychologists COVID-19 Resources Center

Colorado PEAK Assistance Programs – An online platform that will allow you to apply for a variety of benefits with one application. Click here to complete a brief eligibility screening for the following programs:

Colorado Center on Law & Policy – Immigrant eligibility for various safety net programs and what alternatives there are for groups facing eligibility restrictions: COVID-19 Resources for Immigrant Families

Center for Health Progress 

CSU Support Services for Undocumented, DACA and ASSET – Check out their comprehensive list of resources, FAQs and student specific info.

United We Dream healthcare access

These sites provide a summary of financial, food, housing, childcare, utilities, unemployment, safety, health insurance, undocumented/immigrant family assistance, if you find yourself in need.

Aunt Bertha is a social care network resource hub provides information on how to access assistance with food, housing, goods, transit, health, money, care, education, work and legal services.

City of Fort Collins Social Sustainability – Discounts Programs, Rebates and Services. Take an Income-Qualifying Eligibility Quiz here.

Colorado Crisis Services State Hotline confidential, 24/7, support

COLT (City of Loveland Transit) 

TRANSFORT – All Transfort Transit Centers are closed to the public and fares are temporarily suspended. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Transfort has implemented temporary service levels(7/13 – TBA).

United Way in Colorado – provides information about food and medical assistance, mental health resources, unemployment resources, utilities/rent assistance and other resources. Contact them via their website or by calling 2-1-1.

  • Locations in Denver, Craig, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Steamboat Springs, Rifle, Edwards, Grand Junction, and Fort Morgan
  • United Way of Larimer County – Living resources lists (available in Spanish and English), created by residents of Larimer County and maintained by United Way of Larimer County.

WiFi and Connectivity

CSU’s Academic Computing & Networking Services – See the CSU Keep Learning page for technology specific resources and internet access suggestions

Libraries at Colorado State University

Murphy Center Technology and Digital Rooms