Resources for Graduate Students
Student Affairs: Graduate Student Resources
A collection of resources put together by the Office of Student Affairs for all graduate students, including those with families; both CSU-specific and Fort Collins-based resources are included.
Graduate School: Resources for Current Students
Graduate School’s page with helpful links for current students. Topics include Graduate School and university program requirements, mentoring resources, professional development opportunities and more.
Graduate School Competency Road Map
This road map is intended to help students prepare for their future career. It provides a framework for developing six core competencies in three areas identified to enhance personal and professional success.
WSCOE Current Students Page
The college’s resource page for current students, including but not limited to information on events, mentoring and student organizations.
Student Diversity Programs and Services
Support services specific to students with underrepresented identities.
Office of the Vice President for Diversity
A wealth of resources related to the university’s efforts toward diversity, equity and inclusion.
WSCOE Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
This page provides resources from the college on events, diversity initiatives and more.
CSU Health Network
The CSU Health Network has a variety of services available for students, as well as information on the Student Health Insurance Plan.
Domestic Student Health Insurance Information
International Student Health Insurance Information
Counseling services are available to all fee-paying students, and there are many options. Visit the counseling website for more information.
An online tool intended to connect students with campus resources and other online educational tools that help them be more proactive with their health and well-being, so they can make the most of their college experience. Login with your eID.
Through Tell Someone, you can report anything that threatens your safety or the safety of others in the university community. Tell Someone is available to seek help for or report a concern about any CSU community member, including employees who work off campus.
Provides support and referral services for students experiencing difficult medical, mental health, personal/family crisis, illness or injury situations.
Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services
Assistance provided to students for any issue.
Campus Recreation Center
The rec center offers fitness, intramural sports, outdoor adventure, and overall health and wellness programs. The fee for the rec center is included in full-time student fees. Please note that this does not start until the fall. Separate summer memberships are required in the summer if you are not enrolled in any classes and therefore not paying student fees.
CSU Health Network Spiritual Care
Spiritual care services are available to all students, faculty and staff, and open to all beliefs, faiths, cultures and identities (including those who do not identify as spiritual or religious).
ACNS Keep Learning
Academic Computing & Networking Service’s page offers curated study tips, resources and information to help students succeed in various learning environments.
Student Disability Center’s Information Page
The Student Disability Center facilitates the educational pursuits of students who have disabilities and/or other chronic conditions by coordinating a variety of accommodations and services.
Advice and resources at every stage of the writing process. Writing consultants will provide feedback on your drafts and help you with your writing and research strategies.