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Graduate Student Resources
Founded in 2010, the Office of the Vice President for Diversity (VPD) is committed to fostering an inclusive campus environment through the active engagement of Colorado State University employees. Through community collaboration, we provide leadership, accountability, and education to advance an inclusive university culture that prioritizes equity at individual, organizational, and structural levels.
The Graduate School is where you will find the policies and forms needed throughout your time at CSU.
The CSU Health Network provides medical, dental, optometry, physical therapy, counseling, and health education and prevention services. If you need any medical assistance, the CSU Health Network is there for you. It is also the school’s policy that each graduate assistant must have health insurance. Graduate students can either enroll in in the University’s health program or they may elect coverage under their own insurance or through another employer.
The Office of Financial Aid can assist you with applying for residency in Colorado, loans, and other questions you may have about tuition.
The Student Disability Center is a resource for students who need class accommodations, including those related to test-taking.
Colorado State University is a land-grant institution committed to offering access in it’s educational, scholarly and outreach activities to all individuals representative of our multi-cultural society and providing an environment of excellence in which all individuals can participate to the full level of their capabilities, realize their aspirations and contribute to the global society in which we live. The Office of Equal Opportunity is charged with implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs, activities and procedures that support this commitment.
If you are concerned about anyone connected with the CSU Community (employee or student), you are encouraged to contact the Tell Someone office at this link.
Adult Learner & Veteran Services (ALVS) supports increased academic achievement and holistic development for all adult learners, including but not limited to veterans and student parents, resulting in graduation from Colorado State University (CSU) and sustainable personal and professional success.