Our office is committed to encouraging the lifelong learning and critical thinking of our fraternities and sororities, and here we have assembled some helpful resources from our office and from CSU regarding scholarship and academics.
Fraternities and sororities value academic excellence. View this template scholarship plan to assist in the creation of a chapter-specific plan to improve academic performance and shift a chapter culture to one that aligns with the value of academic excellence.
On Campus Resources:
The Institute for Teaching and Learning advances research, promotes effective practices, and provides direct support to faculty and students to enhance learning, teaching and success.
Learning Programs include tutoring, study groups, academic success workshops, U-Turn, and GRE prep courses.
The Office for Scholarship and Fellowship Advising includes information about applying for scholarships and the scholarship programs associated with the University.
Tell Someone is a resource available to all community members available to express concern about a student or an employee.
Online Referral Form or call 970.491.1350
Student Case Management provides support and services in times of crisis, including personal, medical, mental health, or family emergencies. Student Case Managers consult with students, faculty, staff, families, and providers to offer guidance on the next best steps.
Resources for Disabled Students offers accommodations for students with disabilities to make the classroom more accessible in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Health & Wellness Resources
Health Education & Prevention Services (includes alcohol and drug prevention, mental health initia6tives, resiliency and wellbeing, and sexual health initiatives)