As the availability of the in-person resources listed below changes due to coronavirus, the related websites will be updated. Online resources will continue to be available.

Locate essential resources to get settled in as a CSU student, find campus resources, take care of yourself, and create your community.

Getting Started

New to CSU? These resources will help you transfer credits, learn about financial aid, make a deposit, register, access your classes, download software, and get rolling with classes.

Academic Computing and Networking Services (ACNS)

Email, software downloads, eID, training, and more

Set up or modify your eID, Google Apps, “The Undergrad’s Guide to Technology at CSU”, and more.


The student portal for applicants, new, and current students.

Check your application status, register, view financial information, student records, jobs, and more.


CSU's course interface for online and campus classes.

Canvas student orientation guide, how to see all your classes, Canvas app, and more.

Office of Financial Aid

Summer financial aid, nonresident tuition reduction, timing of aid, and more

Colorado residents may apply for the College Opportunity Fund stipend.

Office of the Registrar

Information related to course transfer, registration, schedule changes, related forms and more.

Campus Resources

If you’re studying on campus, you’ll find information about how to get your RamCard, find the CSU Bookstore and RamTech store, and become familiar with campus.

Morgan Library

Meeting rooms, quiet study spaces, off-campus access, and more.

Technology resources include tech support and computer repairs, video editing bays, and device check out.

Health, Relationships, and Safety

From rock climbing and yoga classes to signing up for emergency alerts, use these resources to take care of your health, relationships, and connect with the RAM community.


Online resource helping CSU students succeed, thrive, and matter.

Housing, Parking, and Transportation

On-Campus Housing (Summer)

Students enrolled for one or more credits can live in campus housing and pay for only the time they stay. Summer 2020 housing will be in Parmelee Hall with meals at the Durrell Center.

Jobs and Career

Create Your Community

These resources may help you find your community, along with groups and opportunities within departments and areas of study.

Student Diversity Programs and Services

Selected programs and services designed to support students in a variety of ways and provide opportunities to successfully participate in, and contribute to, the diverse campus environment. While each office listed may emphasize a specific segment of the student body, services and programs are available to benefit all students at CSU.

Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement (SLiCE)

With a variety of leadership and community engagement programs, SLiCE provides an important link between students and their surrounding communities.