The CSU One Health Club supports the global One Health Initiative through organized involvement and collaboration with the environmental, public, and animal health communities.
350 CSU is dedicated to building a global climate movement through participation in climate-focused campaigns, projects and actions led from the bottom-up. Whether acting locally or joining allies in a bigger fight our mission is to effect REAL change.
Ability Club is an affinity group for students both with and without a disability. We are a social group, a support group, a discussion group, and a community. We welcome everyone.
AV Events Crew is the hall council and events planning board for Academic Village at Colorado State University. AV Events Crew is designed to plan fun and educational events for residents living in Academic Village, and is a resource for residents of AV.
We are the Academic Village - Aspen, Honors, and Engineering! The Acadmic Village is a set of buildings, students, and staff that exist to help students discover their place and purpose at CSU.
Our mission is to raise awareness among our peers about suicide and mental health, as well as promote help-seeking behavior. We want to create a community that is not only supportive but conscious of depressive, self-destructive, or suicidal behavior.
We believe a vibrant, multi-generational student body enhances the experience of all individuals throughout the University and surrounding community. The Adult Learner and Veteran Services office is located in room 288 the Lory Student Center.
To provide a vibrant and relevant faith community for our members and other interested individuals in the CSU community. We want to promote mental, physical, social, and spiritual growth among CSU students, faculty, and staff by providing opportunities
Afghan Student Association belongs to the Afghan students at Colorado State University. AFA holds cultural events about Afghanistan at CSU and Fort Collins community. AFA is also a helpful resource for incoming new Afghan students at CSU.
Our mission is to unite students through diversity on campus as well as in the community. We educate about the diverse cultures of Africa through dances, food, programming and cultural events. You don't have to be African to be part of Africans United.