The Division of Student Affairs fosters a campus community that supports students in the development of their unique potential, inspiring them to be active learners, successful graduates, and engaged global citizens. The Division of Student Affairs at Colorado State University offers a full complement of services available to students to support their personal and academic success.


In difficult situations, which might include medical, mental health, personal or family crisis, illness, or injury, a student may benefit from a coordinated needs assessment, appropriate referral, and follow-up through the Student Case Management and Referral Coordination Office.


Student Case Managers focus on minimizing the impact of an incident or behavior on the student, faculty and staff, other students, balancing a student's individual needs with those of CSU and the community at large.


Every student's situation is unique, so it can be difficult to determine how serious a situation might be and which referrals might be helpful. In the height of a crisis situation, a student or family may find it difficult to navigate the many resources and services that are available at CSU. Meeting with a Student Case Manager is often a good starting place. Student Case Managers are available to consult with students, faculty, staff, families and community members/providers to determine the best approach to the student's current situation.

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