Additional Campus Resources

Accessibility By Design

Accessibility By Design is a CSU resource with tutorials on creating inclusive electronic content, including formats such as Word, PDF, PowerPoint, web content, Canvas courses, and videos. The site also provides tips for purchasing new technology with inclusion in mind. 

Assistive Technology Resource Center
The Assistive Technology Resource Center ensures equal access to technology and electronic information for Colorado State University students and employees with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. Services include assistive technology assessments and training, as well as consultation and education regarding accessibility and universal design of mainstream and instructional technologies.

CSU Policy Library
The CSU Policy Library contains full text of university policies along with links to related procedures, documents and resources. You can browse by subject matter or search for policies using keywords.

CSU’s Interactive Map
Use the map to find popular destinations, departments & programs, parking, and other features. You can apply map filters to locate ADA accessible parking & walkways, inclusive resources, and much more.

CSU’s Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals Policy

CSU’s Tobacco Policy
For the health of our university community, Colorado State University is now smoke-free, vape-free and tobacco-free.

CSU’s Accessibility of Electronic Information and Technologies Policy

Facilities Management
The Facilities Management Department is committed to quality competitive service. Our mission is to anticipate and provide the physical environment, which enables Colorado State University to achieve its objectives in instruction, research, and public service.

Health Resources 
CSU Health Network provides a landing page for health related resources, including information on substance use, mental health, sexual health, stress management, and sleep. For a complete list of topics visit their webpage.

Housing and Dining Services
Housing and Dining Services offers a variety of housing options for everyone on campus, promotes respectful and supportive learning communities and offers inclusive dining options.

  • Themed Communities & Housing Options include: gender-inclusive “Open Housing”, “Substance Free Housing”, and an “Animal Free Floor’
  • Eat Well @ CSU provides information about dietary needs including food allergies/intolerances and Halal/Kosher options

Office of Equal Opportunity
Ensures the University’s obligations of equal access and equal opportunity in education and employment for all faculty, staff and students. Employees with a disability and others requiring accommodations should contact the Office of Equal Opportunity.

Student Diversity Programs and Services
CSU is home to several student diversity programs and services. These offices emphasize, appreciate, and support specific segments of the student body, furthermore their services and programs are available to benefit all students at CSU. The offices include the Asian Pacific American Cultural Center, Black/African American Cultural Center, El Centro, Pride Resource Center, Native American Cultural Center, Student Disability Center, and the Women and Gender Advocacy Center.

Tell Someone
Tell Someone is a confidential reporting line for anyone with concerns about safety or mental health issues – either your own or someone else’s. This includes concerns about discrimination and harassment. You can reach the Tell Someone phone line during working hours (or leave a message after hours).

Office for Inclusive Excellence
The Office for Inclusive Excellence (OIE) fosters an inclusive environment that promotes and nurtures diversity, broadly defined, at Colorado State University. Our goal is to further develop an environment where all members of the University community are welcomed, valued, and affirmed.

CSU Design Standards

The CSU Planning, Design and Construction standards include standards for inclusive facilities for architects, designers and contractors. These inclusive space standards can be found in Chapter 6-Requirements by Space Type and Use, listed by the specific type of facility (i.e., all gender restroom, lactation room, etc.).

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