Health and well-being
The health and well being of our students, faculty and staff is of critical importance to the university.
Students may seek preventative and medical appointments at the CSU Health Network, our comprehensive, on-campus student health clinic, including medical doctors. Our medical personnel are in frequent contact with the Larimer County and Colorado health departments regarding COVID-19.
In addition, the Health Network’s counselors and therapists are available to students in person or via telehealth appointments.
Student fees pay for a portion of a student’s medical and mental health support at the center, depending upon the student’s enrollment status and the health service.
You@CSU also provides students with 24/7 success tools, including coping tools for managing stress and anxiety about COVID.
More information is available at the CSU Health Network website.
Faculty and Staff
Faculty and staff may access the Employee Assistance Program for free, confidential referrals to a number of resources including COVID specific support. Options include educational webinars, advice for working remotely or transitioning back to workplace functions, navigating stress and anxiety, and financial uncertainty. In addition, employees may access free or reduced cost services such as mental health counseling, consultations with legal assistance and other support.
The CARE program is a CSU resource that connects employees with a directory and hands on guidance to social services and health services resources including resources for those with financial insecurity.