There are many resources available to students on campus. Ask for help, get involved, and make friends.
- Academic Advancement Center – assists first generation students, students from low-income backgrounds, students with disabilities, and former foster youth/homeless students
- Adult Learner/Veteran Services – offers support and programs for student parents, Veterans, and adult students
- Arts and Sciences Tutoring – FREE tutoring in Biology, Chemistry, Math, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, and more – available Sunday-Thursday
- Assistive Technology Resource Center – Offering students academic and employment assistance through technology resources
- Computing Help Desk– Go to the library’s computing help desk to take advantage of all the technological resources and services our library has to offer
- Learning Programs – FREE tutoring, study rooms, advising, academic, and involvement support is available in the TILT building
- Mathematics PACe program– Pre-calculus mathematics courses and support services offered at CSU
- Registrar’s Office (Records and Registration)
- Resources for Disabled Students– offers academic accommodations for those that have physical, mental, or learning disabilities
- Writing Center – offers FREE tutoring, peer review, and support for all of your writing needs
- Student Financial Services
Organizations on campus that center around cultural, historical, spiritual, and gender diversity. All allies, affiliates, and supporters are welcome.
- CSU Health Network– Is complete with medical, dental, counseling offices, as well as, a pharmacy and lab.
- Counseling Services – Within the Health Network – 5 free sessions!
- Learning Assistance Programs – make an appointment with a Learning Assistant for a consultation to receive academic accommodation for learning difficulties
- Rams Against Hunger– Emergency food relief for students experiencing food insecurity
- Campus Activities– The Lory Student Center is filled with activities and ways to get involved. Follow this link to become familiar with these opportunities
- Campus Recreation
- Housing and Dining Services
- International Programs (Study Abroad)
- Off Campus Life – Offers a range of services from searching for housing off campus, student events, to legal support with your lease
- Student Employment Services
- Student Leadership Involvement and Community Engagement (SLiCE)– SLICE offers a wide range of leadership workshops, alternative spring break trips, community service opportunities, and involvement activities throughout the year
- Student Organizations
- Food Bank for Larimer County
- Food Pantries around Fort Collins
- Fort Collins Rescue Mission – Fort Collins Rescue Mission is a Christian based ministry that serves homeless men and women by providing shelter, meals, spiritual guidance, and life changing programs. Fort Collins Rescue Mission operates under the umbrella of Denver Rescue Mission, which has been serving the homeless and poor in Colorado since 1892.
- Homeward Alliance – Homeward Alliance’s mission is to provide homeless men, women and children with the supplies that they need to survive on the streets and the support and companionship that they need to navigate the path from homelessness to self-sufficiency. To be clear, this program serves every stage of homelessness whether it be a person living on the street, couch surfing, and a person close to losing their home.
- FOCO Café – FOCO Café is a non-profit restaurant that offers healthy and delicious meals to all people on a donation basis. If you can give more, please pay it forward. If you have a little less, pay what you can. Pay what you would normally pay or If your pockets are empty, pay with your time and talent in exchange for a mouth-watering meal
Emergency Housing Assistance:
FSP Galena Emergency Housing Fund: created by a generous donor to support emergency housing needs for FSP students. Please contact us using the contact page if you need emergency housing assistance.
Homeward Alliance – Homeward Alliance’s mission is to provide homeless men, women and children with the supplies that they need to survive on the streets and the support and companionship that they need to navigate the path from homelessness to self-sufficiency. To be clear, this program serves every stage of homelessness whether it be a person living on the street, couch surfing, and a person close to losing their home.
Medical and Dental Assistance:
- Salud Family Health Clinic – A local clinic that offers premium care at affordable prices. Some of the services offered include an in house Pharmacy, Immunizations, Nutrition and Health Education, Physicians and Pediatricians, Physical Examinations, Laboratory, X-ray, & Cancer Screening, etc. Charges are on a sliding scale based on income.
- Family Dental Clinic – Another local Fort Collins agency that offices dental treatment. Fees are also charged on a sliding scale. Services provided include Full dentures, Root canals, Silver fillings, Wisdom tooth extraction, Teeth Cleaning, etc
- Prescription Assistance – The Prescription Assistance program helps people with limited incomes fill their prescriptions through vouchers and applications to drug company programs.
- Mental Health Connections – Many people don’t get help for mental health or substance abuse problems because they don’t know where to turn or they can’t afford treatment. That’s where Mental Health Connections steps in. Their services are strictly confidential. All services are free except for counseling, which is low-cost and based on your ability to pay.
- Mental Health and Drug Abuse – Mental illness is common among drug addicts. The relationship between mental health and drug abuse is so strong that many people believe the drugs cause the illness. In most cases, this is not true. People who have mental illness usually seek out the drugs to self-medicate. These people do not realize that their attempts only lead to a larger problem-addiction. Fortunately, proper treatment and diagnosis can help the addict recover from what the medical establishment calls a dual diagnosis.
- Disabled Resource Services – Disabled Resource Services empowers individuals with disabilities to achieve their maximum level of independence through services supporting advocacy, awareness and access to their community.
- Northern Colorado AIDS Project – Colorado Health Network (CHN) is a statewide organization in Colorado, serving nearly 4,000 individuals living with HIV/AIDS, and those at risk, as well as other program specific populations. CHN provides innovative, individualized services to those most in need, educates high risk populations, and advocates for social and health care equity. The case managers at CHN work with clients to assist them in living healthy and empowered lives. Case Managers make sure that clients are aware of their healthcare options and support them in accessing and maintaining involvement in healthcare and treatment.