Please hover over the desired fee area box and read about their services to the students of Colorado State University. There will be a link on the bottom of each description that will contain each fee area’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 19. If you have any questions, please contact ASCSU_Vice_President@Mail.Colostate.edu
The Associated Students of Colorado State University is the Student Voice on Campus! The Elected Representatives of ASCSU advocate for CSU students on campus and at the local, state, and national levels of government. ASCSU Oversees the allocation of student fees for campus programming, athletics, and a wide variety of services such as Grill the Buffs, Transfort, media publication and much more.
Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS) aims to support non-traditional students in their transition to Colorado State University. ALVS provides a broad range of resources to aid in the advancement of adult and veteran students both academically and professionally.
The purpose of the Colorado State University Department of Athletics is to recruit, educate, develop and graduate student athletes within an environment that pursues excellence, values integrity and ethical conduct, promotes respect for all individuals, teaches sportsmanship, entertains our constituents and emphasizes championship performance.
To educate Colorado State University students toward excellence in exploring their path, enhancing their skills, explaining themselves, and experiencing their future plans. To develop relationships with a diverse-array of employers, educating them on best practices for hiring CSU students for internships and full-time employment. To connect CSU students and employers through a variety of relevant and robust programs, events, and services.
Campus Recreation provides wellness and healthy lifestyle oriented programs, events, and services to Colorado State University students and employees via six program areas: Student Recreation Center, Aquatics, Fitness, Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, and Outdoor Programs. Six support areas, Service Center, Business Office, Information Technology, Marketing/Publicity, Custodial Services, and Maintenance, supplement the program area functions and provide seamless customer service to CSU students, employees, and their families.
Student Resolution Center
SRC aims to assist, educate and support CSU students through two processes:
Conflict Resolution – voluntary, neutral, confidential process to assist students when conflicts, disputes or issues arise. and Student Conduct – one-on-one meetings to discuss alleged violations of the Student Conduct Code, hear student perspectives, explore personal responsibility, hold students accountable and provide educational and restorative outcomes when appropriate.
CSU Health Network
Mission: To promote the complete physical and mental health of the CSU student community by providing quality health care and comprehensive health education and prevention programming. In addition, the Health Network offers educational opportunities and training programs for all levels of health professionals.
Lory Student Center
The Lory Student Center serves as a supportive, creative gathering place for exchanging ideas, socializing, challenging social and cultural norms, engaging in campus activities, eating, playing, shopping, relaxing, gathering, and learning… Your home away from home.
Off-Campus Life helps students moving or living off campus to have a successful transition and integration into the Fort Collins community. Off-Campus Life’s vision is to unite people in locations with institutions of higher education in building informed and evolving communities.
RamEvents is a student-driven organization within Campus Activities that plans a variety of events for the Colorado State University (CSU) community. From large concerts and local live music to lectures and movies, RamEvents collaborates with on-campus and off-campus partners to consider and be inclusive of the identities and experiences of every student at CSU. RamEvents collects and utilizes CSU student feedback to reach and meet the needs of all students and plan events intentionally.
RamRide is a free, safe, non-judgmental ride home for CSU students. Since 2003, the program has been dedicated to improving the safety of Colorado State University and the Fort Collins community.
Committee for Disabled Student Accessibility
RDS provides support for students with both permanent and temporary limitations and chronic illness/health conditions (physical and mental health). Limitations include, but are not limited to, mobility, hearing, seeing, and learning. Chronic illness/health conditions include, but are not limited to, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, celiac, and concussion.
Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement
SLiCE brings together student organizations, student leaders and student volunteers under one umbrella; making the 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.
Student Legal Services
SLS helps CSU students resolve their legal issues with as little disruption as possible to their educational endeavors. SLS focuses on educating students on the law and enabling them to help themselves resolve legal issues.
School of Music, Theater, and Dance
The state-of-the art University Center for the Arts houses the School of Music, Theatre and Dance, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising, and select courses out of the Department of Art and Art History and the LEAP Institute for the Arts. With over 250 performances and exhibitions annually, the University Center for the Arts (UCA) is an exquisite venue for the performing and visual arts.
University Facility Fee Advisory Board
The mission of the University Facility Fee Advisory Board shall be to provide guidance and advice concerning the University Facility Fee to the Vice President of Administrative Services and/or their designee; to review all project proposals for allocations of the University Facility Fee; and to ensure that all allocations of the University Facility Fee will be used to provide new facilities and/or to improve current facilities that directly benefit the students of Colorado State University.
University Technology Fee Advisory Board
The students of Colorado State University created the University Technology Fee in 2003 to support campus-wide technology projects and initiatives, with the goal of benefiting as many of their fellow students as possible. The students of CSU provide fee management and project administration through the University Technology Fee Advisory Board, also known as the UTFAB. This board is comprised of student representatives from each academic college, the Graduate School, the Undeclared Leadership Council, and the Associated Students of Colorado State University.
Our purpose is to provide a safe and affirming space for the students we serve at Colorado State University, while supporting systemic change to end all forms of oppression within our community.
Student Fees: A Breakdown
Your student fees pay for many of the great amenities CSU has to offer. Currently for full time students the full year student fee is $1,168.14. Below you will see a break down of each fee. For more information on each fee please see the “Fee Areas” section of this page.
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