Colorado State University has been working closely with President Frank, Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner, Congressman Jared Polis, and numerous offices across campus to support students impacted by the presidential executive order on immigration and the travel ban.
The Office of International Programs is posting updates on their website as they become available and informing international students.
The following links may also be helpful:
- CSU President Tony Frank’s statement of support for students
- Student Legal Services offers free consultations with an immigration attorney on limited days every month.
- The CSU Health Network has counseling assistance available for students at all times: (970) 491-6053, after hours: (970) 491-7111.
- The CSU Police Department is available and will be focusing policing efforts on CSU’s Principles of Community. Contact CSUPD directly with safety concerns: (970) 491-6425, Emergency: 911.
- The SafeWalk program is available from dusk to dawn and provides a campus officer as a safe escort to another campus location or anywhere within a three-block radius: (970) 491-1155.
- If students are unsure of where to go for help, they can use the CSU Tell Someone system to report concerns about someone else’s well-being or mental health, or incidents of discrimination, racism, or bias.
- Specific concerns about discrimination and harassment should be addressed to the Office of Equal Opportunity for assistance: (970) 491-5836.
- The Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities has published a letter outlining the broad-reaching implications of the ban on educational institutions, including statements from 120 universities.